Mosoj Yan 2013
In May 2013 KeepCalling donated $1000 to Mosoj Yan. This amount will be used to repair the Refuge of Restoration building, one of the shelters where the NGO functions.
The Refuge of Restoration center is actually a temporary shelter working for the social and family reinstatement of adolescents who have suffered some form of abuse, whether sexual or physical. It also works to support the formal and technical education of teenagers without families. Another purpose of the shelter is the empowerment of girls and young mothers dealing with exploitation and hardships.
In October 2013, KeepCalling turned its attention towards Mosoj Yan again. The organization needed funds for a new project entitled Educating Girls-Every Girl Counts, for which KeepCalling donated $2000. This project initiated by Mosoj Yan’s Motivation Center is meant to help some of the girls living in the streets to change their lives by leaving their unhealthy environment. In the process they will be able to acquire technical skills that will help them reintegrate into society. The new project will facilitate new opportunities for a more sustainable life for the girls in question.
KeepCalling decided to support the Bolivian community as well as the global one by giving back a part of the success achieved as a multinational company. The initiative taken by KeepCalling is part of a complex program aiming to support NGOs that bring real value and generous benefits, regarding formal or informal education, environmental protection, health care or sports. The involvement of the company and its members in social and educational actions is closely bound to KeepCalling’s motto: “Give something back to the community.”
Mosoj Yan 2009
In May 2009 KeepCalling continued its Social Responsibility Projects by donating money to the Bolivian Organization Mosoj Yan. Through its website, LlamaBolivia.com KeepCalling took the initiative to support the social sphere by donating part of the profits to this organization.
KeepCalling gladly assists the efforts of the Center for Children and Young Workers Program Mosoj Yan. This Christian organization has been conducting in the last 17 years programs for prevention, intervention, rehabilitation, reintegration and family planning information in the city of Cochabamba. Their main objective is to work with girls and young women to continue their educational activities. They also focus on teenagers and teenage mothers who live in the streets with their children and have been exposed to inhaling addictive substances.
“Mosoj Yan”, which means “New Path” in Quechua language is committed to help kids, teenagers and young mothers (between 6-18 years old) by offering a new meaning to their lives and supporting them access educational programs.
As KeepCalling plans to take part in the future of phone communication the company’s aim is to help mostly the cradle of each community. Therefore, Mosoj Yan was picked as a recipient for the donation as they’ve struggled to improve the lives of poor children and teenagers who deserve a second chance.
“Our partnership with Mosoj Yan gives us a great opportunity to prove that successful entrepreneurship goes hand in hand with social responsibility. As our company continues to grow, we are looking at more chances to get involved with worthy causes around the world. Our customers make thousands of calls each day to every corner of this world and we want to make an impact in those places more and more every day.”- Florin Miron, President of KeepCalling.