Dear A.M. Costa Rica:
As disabled individuals move from childhood to adulthood, the range of services available to them in Costa Rica goes from meager to nil. At the same time, their need to develop skills for daily living, to progress physically and to participate in social activities (which are readily available to the rest of society) is increasing. In short, they are left out in the cold.
I started working with small foundation in Heredia called FUNDEPAD, whose primary mission is to help young disabled adults learn, develop and enjoy. It was started by a woman name Lorena, who is devoting her retirement years (and income) to this mission.
Right now we need volunteers to make music, art and dance programs.
If you have the background and want to do something enriching for yourself and these deserving members of society, this is your chance to step up.
To find out more, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 8666-0541.