September 17 marks 4 years since the Delia Morán-Vidanta Foundation (FDMV) educational center began to develop extracurricular activities to benefit low-income children in the Bay of Banderas. Since 2013, these activities have contributed to improving the lives of more than 500 children in the region.
"This anniversary is very commemorative, since we have formed two generations; and also represents the watershed of the things we have achieved and those that need to be improved," said Isabel Arana, director of the Delia Morán-Vidanta Foundation.
The courses offered by the Foundation seek to complement the academic training . . .