The Olympus Tours Foundation on October 6th of 2018 had the pleasure of hosting the experiential conference of Danilu Guemez who in a talented way gave a speech about the extraordinary achievements that women can accomplish if they propose and fight for it.
The event was organized by the Association Gente Extraordinaria and included the monologue “Selaginela” written by the Emilio Carballido- famous writer from Veracruz- and a beautiful performance of Dannae García under the direction of Professor Luis Manuel Vega Lezama who has more than 30 years of theater experience. In the framework of the same event, the CIMA Cancún dance school presented a show of Polynesian dances, very applauded by the attending public.
Olympus Tours Foundation, aiming for social development and training towards it, continues to offer its headquarters for activities focused on promoting citizens participation in matters of public interest. Therefore; during the 3rd of October it hosted the practical workshop on the creation of strategies to get allies and donors before the approach of the International Day “A Day to Give”. The workshop, which multiple civil associations attended, was offered by the Association Colectivo Impacto Social.
The headquarters of the Foundation hosted a series of lectures given by medical specialists and professionals from Red Down Mexico with the aim of providing tools and accurate information to family members, teachers and professionals who are in contact with children with Down syndrome; create a space that allows the exchange of information on health and welfare issues.
The lecture of March 16 and June 8 addressed the most common problems of children and were mostly focused on prevention and basic care, on strategies of how to educate children in a loving and firm way, on the importance of encourage their autonomy, the value of teaching them to say “NO” as a tool to prevent child sexual abuse and also about physical therapies and rehabilitation.
On April 13, 2018, in the framework the International World Autism Awareness Day, Olympus Tours Foundation in collaboration with the association Sinergia Inclusiva, host the conference “What is Autism”, given by the psychologist Yunuen Hernández, a certified specialist in diagnostic, detection and intervention of the autism spectrum, with more than 10 years of experience. At the foundation´s headquarters, representatives of several associations and parents of children with autism attended, being all in agreement that “Autism is not a disease is a condition of life.”
At the Olympus Gallery, headquarters of the Foundation, on April 12, the writer Gloria Goijberg, presented her book “De la ciencia a la conciencia, una mirada femenina” (“From science to consciousness, a feminine look.”) The researcher includes in her book an autobiographical personal reflection about our inner world and it’s potential.
Goijberg, during the event, invited the audience “to connect with themselves in a fascinating and profound self-knowledge to achieve the desired peace and fulfillment… Reaching the understanding that we co-create reality in our mind, implies an enormous ethical and loving responsibility, respect for ourselves, with all living beings, with the planet and its resources” emphasized the writer.
Within the framework of the Foundation´s program “Education is possible” and the collaboration agreement with the Cancún II CONALEP – a College of Technical Professional Education in Quintana Roo State, on February 7, 2018, 11 scholarships were awarded to students of limited resources.
The educational center of CONALEP is located in an area considered to be at high risk of vulnerability in different aspects, among them the high rate of violence and school dropout.
Olympus Tours Foundation, in the “shared road” program and in coordination with the authorities of the CADI (more…)
On June 30, the Olympus Tours Foundation was pleased to accompany students of the IAS (International American School) (more…)
On Sunday October 16, more than 90 team Leaders and Assistance Team leader of Liberty Travel collaborated along with parents, students of Kiin Beh Educational Center (more…)