Press from Sueños 2015
Telemundo “Acceso Total” (Clip/TV)
La Voz Latina Regional (Clip/Newspaper/PDF)
El Amauta (Clip/Newspaper/PDF)
Latino Post Newspaper (Clip/Newspaper/PDF)
The Sueños 2015 NYC Benefit will take place at the exclusive 40/40 Club on November 12th, 2015 in Manhattan and will be presented by our co-hosts, Grammy Award Winner Henry Santos and Grammy Nominated Singer Leslie Grace.
The DREAM Project is extremely proud to honor Robinson Cano, for his exceptional work supporting Dominican youth through his RC22 Foundation. Mr. Cano will be presented with a very special award recognizing the positive impact he has had on the lives of underserved children and communities both locally and globally. The Foundation has established and engaged in various initiatives that expand opportunities for improved outcomes in the areas of youth development and community healthcare. In particular, The RC22 DREAM School is scheduled to open in Fall 2015. This Montessori school will serve 100 youth ages 3-8 in San Pedro de Macorís, Dominican Republic, and will offer holistic community and employment training programs for residents.
The Sueños 2015 NYC Benefit will take place at the exclusive 40/40 Club in Manhattan and will be presented by our co-hosts, Grammy Award Winner Henry Santos of Aventura and Grammy Nominated Singer Leslie Grace. They will be joined by New York’s most prominent philanthropists, celebrities and invited guests, Mr. and Miss Dominican Republic US, and many more. Join our Facebook Event and invite your friends!
Karla Farach de Athanasopoulos, Carmen Collado, Darlene Cordero, Catherine DeLaura, Benjamin de Menil, Maria Luna, Marlene Parron, Donald Rabinovitch, Scott Siegel, Jonathan Wunderlich, Emily W. MacDowell, Michel Zaleski, and support from the DREAM Executive Board
Proceeds from Sueños 2015 support The DREAM Project in the Dominican Republic. The DREAM Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that provides quality education for over 5,500 children annually. We offer the hope of a better quality of life for present and future generation of Dominican children by greatly improving their educational opportunities.
DREAM has a 100% model, which means 100% of donations go towards programs and our Board covers all operational expenses. Ambassador contributions will go towards one of DREAM’s 4 categories of education:
• Early Childhood Education
• High Quality Primary Education
• Holistic Youth Development
• Arts, Culture and Community Enrichment
A portion of the ticket price is tax-deductible. All donations are tax-deductible.
If you would like to contribute, but are not able to attend the event, please make your donation by clicking the button below.