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Viva La Vida: Strengthening the Immigrant Mind and Their Families

The third phase of the Viva La Vida Project is focused on Hispanic Teenagers, Youth, Temporary Workers, and other immigrants families, to understand better themselves and their performance and integration in the High River Community.

Plans include:

  1. Advocacy for the removal of age barriers to involvement in sport.
  2. Intergenerational Cultural Arts project, including cultural outfits for dolls and Folkloric Dance program for fathers and daughters
  3. An empowerment workshop for young girls
  4. Campaign of Cultural Appreciation
  5. Campaigns for Mental Health in Spanish
  6. Visitation to temporary works in the workplace

You can read about High River's previous grants by clicking here.