HelpArgentina administers the channeling of companies' funds and tracks the projects—financed by the aforementioned funds—of argentine organizations. In 2015, two companies and four organizations renewed their alliance with HelpArgentina so that we continue to localize and channel their donations in civil society organizations.
The companies and international foundations with which we are honored to continue working are the following:
Karelsie Foundation: was established in 1996 in Zurich, Switzerland. It aims to support the creation and preservation of health, humanitarian, or educational institutions. The Foundation also supports research in those fields.
Cargill: is the leading agroindustrial exporter in Argentina, and is present in more than 50 locations throughout the country, in the forms of processing plants, ports, stockpiles, and operational centers.
The Cargill Foundation was created in 1971 and has since been almost exclusively a channel through which the company's community activities are developed. Cargill's cultural values transcend their business: one pillar of its culture is to promote a better quality of life in the communities where they work.
The activities focus on education, public health, and non-governmental organizations in the rural regions where the company is established.
Global Giving: a non-profit organization which aims to link entrepreneurs and social organizations with funding opportunities, allowing them to develop projects to improve local communities.
Andreani: a group of argentine corporations whose central focus is the sale of logistics services. Its mission is to provide specialized logistical solutions that add value to the market, developing excellence services and reaffirming leadership in argentine logistics operations. Its institutional values are Vocation of Service, Flexibility, Innovation, Teamwork, Personal and Professional Development, Effort, Better Practices, Quality, Sustainable Profitability, and Social Responsibility.
Argentina Chicago Foundation: a non-profit organization seeking to improve educational conditions in rural areas of Argentina, where there are high levels of poverty.
It is composed of young professionals living in Chicago (U.S.A) and its principal objective is to build and improve schools in the most vulnerable rural areas of Argentina so that primary education can develop under healthy, comfortable conditions.
CEGA-Centro Argentino: is a nongovernmental, non-profit organization without religious or political affiliations, and is one of the most important argentine community service organizations in the United States.
CEGA—Centro Argentina is comprised of a group of argentine students and professionals who serve the argentine community as well as friends of Argentina in the United States since 1991. It has promoted cultural development through various initiatives.