Their Future, Our Passion
Across the Globe, We Are United in Our Dedication to Children’s Rights
Who We Are
Partnering to build a world where all families are safe, and valued.
Established in 2007 in Gainesville Florida, NuevaLife has since worked to create partnerships with the indigenous communities we serve because we understand that they are the experts in their communities and know its true needs. Due to this, we have defined a direct practice approach to our project delivery. Meaning that we are in the field with our communities working hand by hand to accomplish our projects together.
At NuevaLife, we pride ourselves in transparency and this is why we have an open invitation to all of our donors and volunteers who wish to see exactly where their money goes to join our project execution trips and be part of the action in the field.
Our efforts are guided by 3 pillars which have been selected in conjunction to our local community leaders due to the need they have identified in first hand. The Pillars are:
- Health & Education
- Water & Energy
- Paw Support
Within our pillars we work on delivering sustainability and empowerment to all the indigenous communities we serve.
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10 YEARS CREATING POSITIVE IMPACT IN SOUTH AMERICAN COMMUNITIES
In the past decade, NuevaLife has worked with indiginous people across South America to empower them and collaborate in delivering the most at need projects their communities have identified. Our projects are geared towards sustainability; because we believe that our time in the indiginous communities should not be extended indefinitely; rather we want to capacitate its people to be self-sufficient and be able to carry on for many years to come. We work on providing the tools necessary for them to continue their life journey in a humane and dignified way.
Our sustainability projects aim to meet basic needs every individual should have. We do water access, extraction, whales, and water purification. Solar panels for communities and schools. Medical and veterinary brigades provide access to health, nutrition, and animal welfare needs that due to the remote areas most lack access to. We also work on capacity building with our communities to teach them new stills for success and collaborate with local partners for effective interventions.
— Our Mission
To empower, collaborate, and equipet indiginous communities in South America with the skills, knowledge,and resources necessary for them to thrive in today’s world.
— Our Vision
To improve the lives of indiginous communities living in extreme poverty in remote areas of South America through sustainable projects and effective interventions in areas of Water & Energy, Education, and Animal Welfare.