Sponsor a child's education! Colegio La Esperanza (Americas Foundation)
Sponsor a child's education!


James Hubbell A renowned San Diego artist, Jim has volunteered with the Americas Foundation since 1990 designing the buildings of Colegio La Esperanza Schools. Jim won the A.I.A.(American Institute of Architecture) Socially Responsive Award for design of Jardín de Niños La Esperanza. Jim animates our monthly building Volunteering events and our summer La Rosa Blanca programme. More recently Jim designed the set for our "Little Prince" Children's Ballet production

(ex-)School of Architecture
Robert C. Dynes, UCSD Chancellor: "... future plans include restarting the school of architecture
that was established in 1989 but fell victim to budget cuts in 1992..."
The UCSD school of Architecture design built the trellis structure over the stage area ten years ago. This Saturday their alumni and staff will be celebrating a 10th reunion in San Diego and Tijuana. The highlight of their weekend will of course be visiting (at 5:00 pm) the Colegio La Esperanza elementary school in Tijuana where we have our Volunteering Working Day (check details to join us)

James Brown, Architect
Public Digital
James was Teaching Assistant to the UCSD Architecture Class that designed and built the trellis structure over the stage area in 1992. His preliminary design for the Colegio La Esperanza library classroom won an A.I.A.(American Institute or Architecure) Award.

Sandro Alberti
Deborah Waldrip Architects

Serapio M Baca (UCSD)

Charities and Sponsors

United Nations Association
San Diego Chapter

Club Rotario Tijuana La Mesa

The Rotary Club of La Jolla

B.B.B.C., Inc.

Cultural Institutions and Media

VISION Magazine

KPBS TV channel

Universidad Autonoma
de Baja California
A great facilitator for our children productions,
UABC was host to "Don Quichote comes to Tijuana" and to "The Little Prince" Children's Ballets in 2000, 2001 and 2002