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Woodland Public Charity became involved in Central-South America and the Caribbean in 2002, to address the worldwide crisis of lack of access to education, health and safe drinking water.


Ongoing community participatory programs have been established to respond to these critical needs working closely with the local leaders and families of Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Mexico and Panama.


The goal of the program is to facilitate education, health, nutrition, dental care, neonatal care, and access to safe drinking water.


Volunteers service projects:

Chepo, Panamá

Manta, Ecuador

Xochimilco, Mexico City, Mexico.

Caguas, Puerto Rico.

Woodland Public Charity achieves this through:


  • Developing capacity in the community

  • Community engagement

  • Self-sustainable programs

  • Strong partnerships and volunteer opportunities


Woodland Public Charity is a non-profit organization based in Kansas City, Missouri.


To know more about the programs or to become a volunteer contact


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