Want To Support Mexican Talent? You Only Have One Day To Do It

Want To Support Mexican Talent? You Only Have One Day To Do It

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Can you imagine having only four days to change the world? What would you do in those four days?


“Support local talent” is something you hear in many places that try to launch Mexican talent, whereas helping a community, or maybe on national level, or, why not, on a global scale, too.

We know Mexico is overflowing with talent and if you want to do anything to help it grow now you have four days to do it. 

Turns out Amazon Prime is launching a short new series about social entrepreneurs. The Social Movement is a show founded by Chris LaVoie, founder of LaVOie Films, who came up with a great idea: to put together fifty CEO’s for four days in a reality how. Through a philanthropic revolution, we’ll have fours day to change the world. The show will be shot in Canada and representing Mexico will be Fundación Vamos México, which has been operating for eighteen years.

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What’s “The Social Movement's” aim? 

Shooting in Montreal, the show will feature 50 leaders that can solve social and economical issues that are harming the planet. Some of these issues include income inequality, access to Health care, global warming, hunger, and support for homeless people. 

Teresita Robledo, Julie Hubert, Til Lowery, and Arran Stewart are part of Fundación Vamos México’s team and their challenge consists of battling illiteracy and violence as the first cause of death. So, if you want to support them, you can do it by clicking on Go Found Me or Vamos México. Also, if you donate more than 250 dollars, you’ll receive a coupon to travel to Cancun.

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