NGO Lectures

The Rainbow became an important meeting place for local non-profits and NGOs over 11 years ago when the Evening Lectures /NGO Talks first began. The idea of the lectures/talks is to be a link between the NGO and people interested in getting involved with the great projects that work towards making a better Guatemala.

Every talk we host increases a NGOs public exposure as well as the probability that someone attending may decide to volunteer, donate money or fundraise for the charity.  Since hosting the first talk (Sue Patterson´s) we´ve had more than 50 local non-profits and NGO´s presenting!

A donation of Q25 is asked for to each person attending the talk, the donation given goes directly to the presenting NGO.

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Common Hope: Fighting Poverty with Diplomas 5:30 pm
Common Hope: Fighting Poverty with Diplomas
Mar 12 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Common Hope: Fighting Poverty with Diplomas @ Rainbow Café Antigua Guatemala | Antigua Guatemala | Sacatepéquez | Guatemala
Poverty ends wherever education thrives. Common Hope (Familias de Esperanza) works in 27 communities partnering with nearly 14,000 impoverished children and adults. Common Hope’s comprehensive programs in education, health care, housing, and family development empower[...]
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Mujeres Artesanas de Paz – EducArte (MAP-ED) 5:30 pm
Mujeres Artesanas de Paz – EducArte (MAP-ED)
Mar 19 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Mujeres Artesanas de Paz – EducArte (MAP-ED) @ Rainbow Cafe
MAP-ED is a local nonprofit organization that works for women´s, children´s, and teenagers’ rights through education and health services. MAP-ED manages and develops programs such as: Providing children and teenager´s education, age appropriate comprehensive sexual[...]
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Tejidos Cotzal 5:30 pm
Tejidos Cotzal
Mar 26 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Tejidos Cotzal @ Rainbow Cafe
Tejidos Cotzal is a group of 42 Mayan women from San Juan Cotzal, Quiche, who are all passionate weavers. Cotzal was hit by the civil war worse than any other place in Guatemala and left[...]
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