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Our History – Bobby y Dora Motta Foundation

Updated: Jan 3, 2022

The Foundation was born after the death of Don Bobby and Doña Dora Motta in 2003 and 2004 respectively. His three children and 10 grandchildren have the idea of ​​creating a foundation in his memory to continue with all the donations and support that they made in life.

By creating this foundation, it seeks to improve the quality of life of the most vulnerable: children, the elderly and to promote education.

The Bobby and Dora Motta Foundation began operating at the end of 2004, since then to date it has maintained the main donations that grandparents made and many other causes and requests that have come through cousins, relatives and friends have been supported. .

Food vouchers are given monthly to different homes for the young and the elderly, children with autism are granted scholarships to attend centers that help them with therapies, we contribute to the Church, free medical clinics, etc.

We use other foundations to give aid such as Fundación Pro Visión 20/20, with whom we have an agreement to perform cataract operations, with the Teresa de Jesús Nutritional Foundation we provide food to the Milagro de Teresa de Jesús school in Paso Blanco, as well The Child, Adolescent and Family Care Center (CIANAF) was built in Las Garzas de Pacora, providing food to more than 200 children and young people daily. We maintain an agreement with them and the Tecnológico de Monterrey and we put into operation the first Community Learning Center in Panama. The CCAs are places where participants, through information technology, access educational programs at Tecnológico de Monterrey and interact with tutors who advise them. These courses (more than one hundred) are taught free of charge.

The FBYDM seeks to continue the legacy of grandparents by strengthening the value of solidarity and compassion for the most vulnerable. Have a space for meeting and family integration through a joint project, of social projection that allows family sharing, strengthening family ties and values.

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