Volunteering and Charity Work in Cartagena

Despite the boutique hotels, the romantic city and being the largest touristic destination in the country, Cartagena and its department of Bolivar is one of the poorest region in Colombia. So maybe, you might want to leave the beach for a few hours and see how you can contribute to the local communities.

Colombia Para El Futuro

For more information on how to make your stay in Caratgena a bit more worthwile, ask Gerard and Nathalie, the owners of the Saint Roque Restaurant, they are involved in a charity helping street kids called La Vecina (http://www.fundacionlavecina.com).

Another option is to contact Alex or Ana Maria at Corporación Colombia para el Futuro, they run community projects on education or sustainable development. They recently worked on some murals and local gardens near Bocachia.

Corporación Colombia para el Futuro

Móvil: (57) 3208407785 / 3125955412
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www.colombiaparaelfuturo.org

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