American Nicaraguan Foundation

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
American Nicaraguan Foundation
Founded 1992
Type Non-governmental organization
Focus Health and Education
Area served
Key people
F. Alfredo Pellas, Jr., President and Co-founder
$195,759,013 (2008)

American Nicaraguan Foundation is a highly rated not-for-profit organization founded in 1992 to aid impoverished areas of Nicaragua.[1][2] Projects include strengthening medical assistance, increasing educational attainment, building safe shelters, providing clean water solutions, promoting economic opportunity, and delivering humanitarian aid to impoverished communities all over Nicaragua. The organization utilizes a network of other organizations to deliver aid.[3]


External links[edit]