In response to urgent needs arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, The Jewish Agency launched a new volunteer center for the Project TEN service-learning program in Chimalhuacán, Mexico City.
The initiative is a collaboration between The Jewish Agency and CADENA, with support from Keren Hayesod. The new center draws volunteers from Israel and around the Jewish world for three-month-long Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) projects, empowering local children and teens in Mexico City through educational and community activities.
Andrea is from Mexico City and is serving as a local coordinator for the new center. She has long been active in CADENA, a Mexican Jewish nonprofit, and started her journey with Project TEN by volunteering in Israel through the CADENA at the TEN Center in Harduf. After coming back from Israel, she continued to work with CADENA which led to her involvement at the new TEN center in her hometown.
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