Happy Spring! We hope you enjoy catching up on all of Milagro Foundation's news.
2017 American Telemedicine Association Humanitarian Award
In April, the Santana Telehealth Project was awarded the 2017 Humanitarian Award by the American Telemedicine Association.  

After more than two years of planning, The Santana Telehealth Project was recently launched to enhance the health care and community education services in Mexico between the Hospital Infantil de las Californias in Tijuana and the clinic that Carlos built in his hometown of Autlan, Mexico named Tiopa, Santuario de Luz.  

Mr. Santana spoke in his award acceptance, “We aspire to be of service to heal, to feed, to educate and to give people the courage to live their light.”
Santana Brand Partners
Santana Brand product licensees from near and far gathered in Las Vegas last month for a BIG thank you from Carlos and Cindy Santana for helping to support the Milagro Foundation.  There were also many opportunities to explore collaboration to expand the Santana partnerships.  A percentage from every Santana licensee helps to support the children of the Milagro Foundation.  We are grateful that our partners have helped to contribute over $7,000,000 to children’s agencies around the world.  Enjoying meals, the lovely Mandalay Bay Hotel,  front row seats to the Santana concert at the House of Blues, a summit meeting at Mandalay Bay’s Foundation Room, all licensees had a great time! 
Milagro's Newest Grantees
Recently, Carlos Santana discovered San Francisco police officer, Jason Johnson and his organization Operation Genesis. Johnson started Operation Genesis four years ago, because he felt it is important for the youth living in Bayview/Hunters Point to be connected to their cultural roots. His organization has taken teens on an all-expense paid trip to Ghana.  

Johnson explains, “I want to let these young people know that this world is larger than their local environment”

HEAL stands for Health, Equity, Action and Leadership. Everyday HEAL fellows care for thousands of extremely poor patients and hundreds of children across the globe.

The HEAL Initiative is committed to the healthcare of vulnerable and sick children. Its mission is to create, scale, and sustain a pipeline of health professionals to care for the poorest communities at home and abroad. HEAL pairs dedicated U.S. providers with local health professionals who are already working in these communities.
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