We operate in public and private schools, indigenous school shelters, specialized care centers, daycares, community centers and parks. We are also present in the mountains and the sea, in jungles and semi-deserts. We bring our solutions to the most marginalized and remote corners of the world, rain or shine.
This has been possible because of the universality and flexibility of our educational model and the adaptability of our operations, which have the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations, universal values and the power of the play as central themes; and which also highlight the power of play as a tool to form agents of change who can generate global impact from a local base.
Research, innovation and pedagogical development are fundamental parts of our strategy in order to address sustainable solutions in the communities in which we operate.
Currently, more than one million girls, boys, youth and adults have benefited from our methodology in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, the United States, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, New Zealand, Panama and the Dominican Republic.
Based on international cooperation for the better functioning of organized societies, in 2015 we began to implement our educational model within elementary schools and junior high schools in the Dominican Republic.
Our collaboration aims to develop socio-emotional skills in girls, boys and young people living in violent contexts with high rates of social insecurity and little economic growth.
The programs have allowed us to contribute to the sustainable development of communities, thus impacting the lives of 4,333 beneficiaries.
We have benefited 1,533 girls and boys, 41 teachers and 2,759 parents in three educational spaces.
Education for Sharing and other international and local actors worked collaboratively to promote the implementation of E4S programs in Panama. As a result, in 2017 E4S started materializing programs that contribute to key issues such as school dropout prevention, social exclusion, gender inequality and the teaching of the SDGs which have benefited 2,865 Panamanians.
Our programs have benefited 1,001 girls and boys, 62 teachers and 1,802 parents in four educational spaces.
Education for Sharing arrived to Bolivia in 2018, with the purpose of promoting knowledge about Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through games and experiments aimed at strengthening peaceful relations in the communities.
We also collaborated in the development of project management skills, to incentivize girls and boys to design social impact projects that contribute positively to their social context.
Bank of America
Bank address: Bank of America, NA 222 Broadway, New York, NY 10038
Swift code: BOFAUS3N
Account name: Sports for Sharing, Inc. C/O Dina Buchbinder Auron
Account number: 004667131224
ASOCIACIÓN DEPORTES PARA COMPARTIR
Number : 01-0054376-9
Banco G&T Continental