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Coqui Charities is dedicated to revitalizing the vibrant
culture of Puerto Rico

Our Projects

 

Who We are

The mission of Coqui Charities is simple – to promote the social, economic and cultural welfare of Puerto Rico. We are a group of people who recognize that Puerto Rico is a special place, as unique as a coqui, and full of talented and vibrant people. The passage of the hurricane has been a very hard, collective time for our island and our goal is to help restore Puerto Rico and bring it back to its best. Coqui Charities brings to life a whole-hearted idea – the idea that together we can be the catalyst to bring Puerto Rico back to its splendor.

 

 

 

MISSION

  • The mission of Coqui Charities is to promote the social, economic and cultural welfare of Puerto Rico.
 
 

COMMUNITY

Coqui Charities brings to life the idea that together we can be a catalyst to bring Puerto Rico back to its splendor.

 
 

DEDICATION

Coqui Charities is dedicated to revitalizing the vibrant culture of Puerto Rico.

Recent News

Hello coqui family let’s help to make Rebeca’s dream come true..🙏

My name is Rebeca Almeda Nieves, I live in Caguas, Puerto Rico. From a very young age I was fascinated with drawing and painting. Since 7th grade I did homeschooling which gave me a lot of time to practice and perfect my work focusing in fine arts. I also play the oboe since I am seven years old at the Escuela Libre de Música in Caguas, PR. Coursing my 11th grade I started to put together my art portfolio to continue my studies in the United States. I was accepted at four art universities, one of these, Columbia College Chicago offered me a $20,000 scholarship for each year.

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👋 Meet Adriana Cruz, one of the puertorican dancers at Bailar al Sol 2020 virtual.

My name is Adriana Nicole Cruz Castro and I was born on December 5, 2003 in Caguas, Puerto Rico. I’m actually 16 and coursing my senior year. I first started dancing when I was 3 years old in a small ballet academy called Ballet Danza. Couple years later I moved to another academy in Cidra, Puerto Rico where I learned more ballet and hip hop. When I was 11 years old I started taking contemporary, flamenco, ballet, physical training, yoga and Jazz in Coda21. A year later I got accepted in the Julian E Blanco a school specialized in ballet.

Meet Alexis Cruz, one of the puertorrican dancers at Bailar al Sol 2020.

Alexis Emmanuel Cruz Castro has been a male dance student since he was 9 years old. In 2014, he received a scholarship in Compañía de Danza 21 where he stayed until the summer of 2016. With CoDa21, he reached Level III in classical ballet, additionally he took Boys Class, Pas de Deux, Contemporary Dance and Jazz. On 2016, Alexis was accepted at Julián E. Blanco High School focused on ballet. At the same time, he received a full scholarship on Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico. In 2018, Alexis was accepted into Waldo’s School for the Performing Arts, where he received lessons in Classical Ballet, Modern Dance, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Broadway Jazz, Theatre, Tap and Singing. In 2019, González selected Alexis to participate in the Bailar al Sol cultural exchange with Ballet Forte (New Jersey)