During the month of May Plan 2040 celebrated mothers in a different way: 1. For the pregnant moms they celebrated them through the monthly activity of Entre Mamás, a program where every month they meet and discuss formative topics preparing them for the birth of their babies. This month they received 19 of them for…
In Plan 2040, the guides are fundamental to accomplishing their mission of “Transforming themselves into a community of fully realized people”. The 2040 guide is the person who goes out to meet the families of the new generations every day. Their mission is to let the families know they are loved, that they have a…
Plan 2040 Cuatro Cienegas is promoting the musical talent of their little ones; they started the “2040 Choir” of the first and second-generation children of Plan 2040. They started singing and guitar classes; We hope very soon they will be able to surprise us with their extraordinary talent!
The latest episode of our podcast, 5 Minutos Para Educar En Familia, shares six ideas for good education of our children. Listen here.
COVID-19 Emergency Fund, in partnership with Qualfon, continues to help Qualfon employees and families facing urgent hardship in this challenging time. Donate here.
Rochat University, a top-quality Swiss school, enrols first Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree class in Cuatro Cienegas.
Be the Adult donation funds jobs for women in Cuatro Ciénegas to make 1000 face masks for kids.
We are so happy that Carla joined our team this month. This wonderful talented person will work as part of our Guides Staff, she will be visiting in a monthly basis the families of the new generations of town to assure they have the best opportunities in Family, Health, Education & Employment. A great plus…
Today there is a clear call to understand and work with the people that are suffering losses. A group of guides from our local communities received a Thanatology Course to provide help to people that may need support in spiritual, psychological social and physical aspects of their suffering experience.
A group of students from “Tecnológico de Monterrey University” started a volunteer semester work with The New Generations Foundation throughout the Foundation’s programs.