Through its donation to Mosoj Yan, KeepCalling supports the access to education for young women enduring difficulties.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) June 02, 2013
This May KeepCalling donated $1000 to Mosoj Yan, a non profit organization in Bolivia committed to helping girls, teenagers, and young mothers by supporting their access to educational programs. The donation will be used by Mosoj Yan to repair the Refuge of Restoration building, one of the shelters where the NGO functions.
Mosoj Yan, which means “New Path” in Quechua language, is committed to helping maltreated girls, teenagers, and young mothers (6-18 years old) by offering a new meaning to their lives and supporting their access to educational programs. Mosoj Yan was picked by KeepCalling as a donation cause as the charity organization has struggled to improve the lives of poor children and teenagers who deserve a second chance.
The Refuge of Restoration center is actually a temporary shelter working for the social and family reinstatement of adolescents who have suffered some form of abuse, whether sexual or physical. It also works to support the formal and technical education of teenagers without families. Another purpose of the shelter is the empowerment of girls and young mothers dealing with exploitation and hardships.
This is not KeepCalling’s first donation to Mosoj Yan. In May 2009 KeepCalling began a CSR project in Bolivia supporting Mosoj Yan, which was conducting programs for prevention, intervention, rehabilitation, social and family reintegration for young girls living in the streets who had suffered abuses or consumed drugs.
In September 2010, KeepCalling donated $2000 to Mosoj Yan in order to support the restoration of the Center of Girls and Teenage Workers of the Refuge of Restoration. The maintenance of the Refuge Restoration’s property gave the beneficiaries an adequate environment to support the development of the last stage of social and family reintegration for the girls and it also provided a decent place of residence and the basic amenities they needed.
Through its donation to Mosoj Yan, KeepCalling supports the access to education for young women enduring difficulties. Helping out a local organization proves that successful entrepreneurship goes hand in hand with social responsibility.
KeepCalling decided to support the Bolivian community as well as the global one by giving back a part of the success achieved as a multinational company. The initiative taken by KeepCalling is part of a complex program aiming to support NGOs that bring real value and generous benefits, regarding formal or informal education, environmental protection, health care or sports. The involvement of the company and its members in social and educational actions is closely bound to KeepCalling's motto: "Give something back to the community."
KeepCalling is a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in the USA. Its services are available worldwide from PC, landlines and mobiles. KeepCalling offers telecom solutions such as prepaid credit, Monthly Plans, Virtual Numbers, WebFax, Web Call and Web SMS through various ethnic websites. Presently, KeepCalling provides its services to over 150,000 active consumers and businesses, with a focus on customer satisfaction. In 2012, Inc Magazine listed KeepCalling as the 21st fastest growing company in the telecommunications industry.