In these difficult times that we are facing in Puerto Rico, solidarity is the most powerful resource to achieve the social changes we so desperately need.
We place special emphasis on values like equality, justice, honesty and respect towards diversity with the main objective of advancing the common good.

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Miranda Foundation is pleased to share our most recent grants to support seven non-profit organizations / NGOs that are serving the needs of various sectors in Puerto Rico; needs that have arisen as a result of the sanitary emergency caused by COVID-19. 

The foundation has awarded the total amount of $ 77,000 in grants from March through the end of April 2020 to the following organizations:

Museum of Art of Puerto Rico (MAPR)

Emergency aid fund aimed at Puerto Rican artists, who work in the disciplines of the visual arts, music, theater, dance and/or literature.

 

Museum of Contemporary Arte Puerto Rico (MACPR)

Emergency Fund - Aid for professional artists and cultural spaces in the disciplines of the visual arts, music, theater, dance.

Center for a New Economy (CNE)

(Puerto Rico’s Independent Think Tank)

Research and analysis in the sphere of public policy.

Psychology/health solidarity team 

Telephone Consultation to provide emotional support in times of Coronavirus in southwestern PR.

Legal Coalition for Puerto Rico (CLPR)

Free legal advice link for non-profit and community organizations.

Taller Comunidad La Goyco

Cultural and community space with a diversity of programs in the Loiza barrio of Santurce, PR.

Collaboration with the Puerto Rico Community Foundation and Filantropía PR for Community Recovery

Housing Strategy / COVID-19 in Southwestern PR.

 

About Us

 

 El Premio a la Solidaridad (The Solidarity Award) was the Miranda Foundation’s emblematic project. It was awarded annually since 2003 until 2017 to non-profit organizations in Puerto Rico that have excelled in putting into practice the principle of solidarity and its values, demonstrating their ability to unite individuals, groups, and communities for the common good.

 

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 Since its founding 15 years ago the Solidarity Award has recognized organizations and social movements that promote solidarity, social change and build heterogeneous alliances among those who work to achieve the common good. Solidarity drives us because it forces us to leave our comfort zones to embrace the needs and struggles of others. It unifies our diverse efforts to face our most difficult challenges, together.      

 

 Solidarity is the foundation for the principles articulated in the Declaration of Universal Human Rights and in the World Human Rights Conference of 1993, which affirms social, economic and cultural rights.  

Awards

2003-2017

 The organizations that have been awarded the Solidarity Award, 2003-2017, stand out for being the kind of organizations and projects that Puerto Rico needs in order to create a more just society.

 

 “We espouse a universal message that transcends and incites us to contemplate the real importance of solidarity and human rights. We believe in endorsing these fundamental, indivisible, interrelated values to develop a civic society more engaged with and committed to its immediate social circumstances,” declared Lourdes R. Miranda, president of Miranda Foundation and creator of the Solidarity Award.

 

 The process of selecting organizations for the Solidarity Award is unique and has been emulated by other organizations. The Foundation’s advisory board is comprised of social and community leaders who conduct in-depth site visits to candidates as an integral part of selecting the winners. 

 

 As Janice Petrovich, a member of the Foundation’s board of directors, says, “The Miranda Foundation does an exceptional job by “discovering” some of these organizations, many of which are small in size but significant in their impact. Time has proven the success of the selection process as it increases the influence and impact of the winners in subsequent years.”

 

 

 

 

 

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