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Marc Anthony’s Maestro Cares Foundation is set to open its first orphanage

Since November 23, 2012 it has been endless hours for workers and volunteers of Marc Anthony and Henry Cardenas’ foundation Maestro Cares. And along with it comes recognition and results, in just a few days the firstorphanage will be open.

The Orfanato Niños de Cristo in La Romana, Dominican Republic is the first orphanage that will benefit from theMaestro Cares Foundation mission. A mission well planned out by the music master, philanthropist, entrepreneur Marc Anthony and his partner Henry Cardenas who is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Cardenas Marketing Network. The new residence and learning center scheduled to open April 2 will be the new home for a 100 or so orphaned children.

Many fundraiser events took place throughout the year which included a fundraiser campaign during Marc Anthony’s 2013 Vivir Mi Vida tour in the U.S. At select venues, Maestro Cares Foundation volunteers assisted in the campaign with raffles that included a meet and greet with the salsa singer, autographed merchandise, and buy a brick. The tour campaign will continue once Marc Anthony gets into touring as he is resting due to medical orders.

And as part of the successful mission Reinaldo Pared Pérez, Dominican Republic’s President of the Senate will recognize Marc Anthony’s humanitarianism and efforts with his foundation’s first mission in Dominican Republic. The same will be carried out also in Latin America and the Caribbean. The next Maestro Cares Foundation project will be in Colombia

Maestro Cares projects involve assisting in the development of orphanages in Puerto Rico, Colombia, and the Dominican Republic by providing food, school supplies, dorm rooms, classrooms and clinics so that children are surrounded by a healthy environment for learning.


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Last updated October 26, 2016 at 10:54 PM
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