What do we do

Our reason to be

Who we help and how

We serve two of the most vulnerable populations in our country: children with highly complex diseases, the vast majority abandoned by their parents, and elderly people living on the streets of the city of Bogotá. We support programs that ensure that hope is maintained in the hearts of children and grandparents with social commitment.

Casa de Ángeles

Hogar Santa Rita de Cascia

Comedor Maria es mi Madre

Casa de la Esperanza

Misions of Hope

Chain of Kindness

Casa de los Ángeles

This house was named in honor of mothers who, as angels, have the important mission of caring for their children, especially when one of their children is ill.

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Hogar Santa Rita de Cascia

We provide care and love to 62 children under ICBF protection, with difficult-to-manage pathologies. Our multidisciplinary team of professionals provides care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to improve the health condition and quality of life of children.

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Comedor María es mi Madre

The Comedor María es mi Madre was born 23 years ago at the initiative of Father Ray Shambach Garcés, founder of the Divine Providence fraternity and mentor of Dr. Fernando Quintero throughout his life project, as a volunteer and as a professional. Father Rodrigo Ospina S. J. and Dr. Quintero began as volunteers for the fraternity, bringing a sandwich and juice from Usaquén to the abandoned grandparents who inhabit the streets of the city center.

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Casa de la Esperanza

It is a home for 60 grandparents living on the streets located in the heart of the capital. It was created by Father Ray Schambach as a nursing home, which he remodeled in 2008, later without resources to maintain it, he gave the place to Dr. Fernando Quintero, who currently leads this program aimed at rescuing the dignity of the elderly street dweller.

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Misions of Hope

Aware that the needs are not only found in the center of the country, but also prevail in the most remote places of our geography, the foundation periodically accompanies the health brigades organized by different organizations such as the Military Forces, the Arturo Calle Foundations, “Abraza un sueño” and “Manos pintadas de azul” to find and transfer girls and boys who require specialized treatment in the capital. Hand in hand with our strategic allies we will be able to transform their lives.

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Chain of Kindness

Strengthening the philosophy of supporting others who also need it, Fundación Proyecto Unión delivers donations through “Cadena de Bondad” program to other institutions and foundations that work for the well-being of the most vulnerable populations in our country.

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Management Report

The foundation is a non-profit organization legally constituted since 2004. Made up of its founder, Dr. Fernando Quintero, the Board of Directors, a public accountant and its statutory auditor. With legal status of the ICBF, surveillance and control by the Mayor’s Office and the Secretary of Health of Bogotá. With the obligation to present fiscal information before the DIAN permanently and authorized to issue donation certificates. We allow ourselves to share our annual management report where the main activities corresponding to 2020 are consolidated.