The purpose of USMC is to promote human values through the implementation of programs with a marked social content, fostering a culture of peace and impacting the continuous development of the individual.
It is a non-profit civil association, established in 2004 in the United States as a 501(c)(3) (authorized grantee) organization and was created in Mexico on August 1, 2012, and in 2015 was authorized as a grantee by the Mexican Tax Administration Service (SAT).
Populations benefiting from the support activities conducted by USMC include:
- People in low-income sectors and regions,
- Indigenous communities, and
- Vulnerable groups linked to age and gender.
USMC also works with vulnerable groups in long-term benefit programs considering their inclusion in society through projects integrating the participation of the social actors linked to the organization.
USMC receives donations from individuals and businesses. Since 2016, in collaboration with the El Paso Community Foundation, it has ensured transparency in the receipt of international donations for USMC programs.
If our community is strong, our businesses and people will thrive— Cecilia Levine, founder
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