Rejoignez Tandana dans une aventure d'une vie! Nous proposons des activités de bénévolat à inscription ouverte pour les adultes et les familles ainsi que des programmes de bénévolat de groupe personnalisés pour tous les âges. Ces voyages rassemblent des individus diversifiés unis par le désir d'apprendre, de grandir, de partager et de contribuer dans les communautés qu'ils visitent. Ils offrent la possibilité de découvrir la vie dans les communautés équatoriennes ou maliennes; échanger des idées avec des habitants de différents points de vue, âges et vocations; et pour donner et recevoir de la joie.



Les résultats sont là! Après avoir répondu à une brève enquête post-programme:


92% des personnes interrogées déclarent qu'elles participeraient à nouveau à un programme Tandana.
 
97% des répondants disent qu'ils recommanderaient un programme Tandana à d'autres.
 

99% des personnes interrogées déclarent avoir le sentiment que cette expérience les a aidées à grandir de manière positive.


"Vous rentrerez chez vous complètement submergé par ce que vous avez vu, qui vous avez rencontré, ce que vous avez appris et comment votre cœur s'est élargi. Vous serez inspiré pour dépasser vos propres attentes de vous-même."
- Jim, bénévole du Montana

Apr
24

Celebrating 15 Years of Intercultural Friendship: Friendship is a Journey Together

In recognition of The Tandana Foundation’s 15th anniversary, we are creating 15 videos featuring cherished members of the organization’s global family. Published in a series of 15 posts on this blog, these videos will highlight key aspects of Tandana’s philosophy, community partnerships, and impactful work that has been done, along with projects still in progress. … Continue reading "Celebrating 15 Years of Intercultural Friendship: Friendship is a Journey Together"
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Dec
26

Two perspectives: The student and teacher experience of Tandana’s ESL program

The remote English as a Second Language (ESL) internship offered by The Tandana Foundation is a way to connect university students in the organization’s scholarship program in Ecuador with interns who want to teach English. Interns and students are paired based on their availability and meet once or twice a week for about an hour. … Continue reading "Two perspectives: The student and teacher experience of Tandana’s ESL program"
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Nov
21

American and Ecuadorian students work together to raise money for music and art supplies for a school in Ecuador

After participating in a virtual exchange program organized by The Tandana Foundation, students from Sharon High School in Massachusetts in the United States were motivated to launch a months-long fundraising effort for and with their new friends at the Jaime Roldos Aguilera Intercultural Bilingual school in Urkusiki, Ecuador. Español Français Along with learning about their … Continue reading "American and Ecuadorian students work together to raise money for music and art supplies for a school in Ecuador"
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Sep
21

Why volunteering for Tandana is one of the most rewarding things I do

Everyone has their own reasons for volunteering their time to help others and organizations or causes they care about. For me, I volunteer for The Tandana Foundation because supporting the organization fills me with incredible amounts of pride and happiness on a daily basis. I was once told to find what you love to do … Continue reading "Why volunteering for Tandana is one of the most rewarding things I do"
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Jul
4

Ash Varma: A passionate Tandana supporter and patron of education

The Tandana Foundation is immensely grateful to the many individuals who support its efforts in a myriad of ways. The following post tells the story of Dr. Ash B. Varma, M.D., one of Tandana’s earliest supporters, who has given his time, ideas, and financial resources to assist the organization in achieving its goals in Ecuador … Continue reading "Ash Varma: A passionate Tandana supporter and patron of education"
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