Working from Home Update
By the end of June we had to make the hard decision of pausing the classes in person due to the third wave of Covid-19 that was hitting...
Childhood is a treasured edge where the foundations of intelligence, personality, and social skills are created, and it's truly important to have quality programs available to help children develop their skills.
Crescent Moon is a project created to help children to express themselves peacefully through arts, culture, and language. We also are looking to finish with the lack of cultural activities available for children after school.
We rely completely on your support and donations.
Crescent Moon started on February 17th, 2021 and we haven’t stopped!!
We are so proud to see our community stepping up to take care of our children. At the beginning, we were planning to sponsor 4 painting lessons for 10 children, but thanks to all the support we got there was room for +40 children, and instead of opening just one program we opened 3!
Children want to continue with their classes!
If you have some artistic skills and you would like to lead an art class, group, or workshop, please contact me at email@example.com and let me know! This is a great opportunity to give back a little to our community. With your help we will be able to include more children in the programs.
All of crescent moon's programs are sponsored by donations and are 100% free for children who are part of it.
Hopefully, new programs will be added as soon as the new normality and your support allow it.
All the safety measures are being taken very seriously and children for children to be well protected.
Make a donation via Paypal through our Paypal donation buttons.
Drop in a donation at Cafe Maria- Restaurant or at Homes and Land of Baja, just ask for Priscilla Durán.
Make a donation when you see our donation boxes located in some businesses around the town.
I thank you in advance for your support, I'm looking forward to showing how your help can change a child's life. Thank you!
I started thinking of schools or tutors I could find in the future for Luna (my 1-year-old baby) based on the things I wished I could have done and learned when I was a child growing up in Los Barriles. Things I couldn't do because back in the ‘90s this beautiful town was a very different place. There was no school of dance, no language academies, and certainly not an internet to use to learn something on your own. Surprisingly, 30 years later, we still don't have all these kinds of programs available for children. I realized too that Luna is not the only child in Los Barriles, so why not try to bring these programs to other children too?
Active member of Los Barriles Community.
Founder of Crescent Moon project
Real Estate Agent at Homes and Land of Baja
Co-Manager at Cafe Maria - Restaurant
Club Rotario Los Barriles - Communication Leader
Cortez Rescue Translator and Interpreter
Entrepreneur at Social Flamingo MX - Marketing advisors and social media for small businesses
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org / 6121585762