What we do
We connect NGOs with groups of 4-5 college students of the region, under the supervision of a tutor with experience in the area of work. The projects last from 2 to 3 months, and consist of a diagnosis and proposal of solutions phase, followed by an implementation phase.
The projects are based on themes proposed by the NGO, after evaluating the main challenges at the internal level. On the other hand, the students who participate in the program are oriented to be an analytical and proactive profile, eager to learn.
We’re currently operating in LatAm (Argentina, Brazil, Chile), Europe (Croatia, Portugal) and planning an expansion to Middle East (Lebanon), Asia (Indonesia) and Africa (Kenya), and new countries in LatAm (Colombia) and Europe (Bosnia, Serbia)
Empower NGOs around the world linking them with university students, creating spaces for personal and professional growth.
Being a scalable collaborative NGO-oriented network, which grows day by day reaching more corners of the world.
Mission: Guide young students from vulnerable contexts so that they can develop as professionals and access better employability opportunities.
“Joining the project allowed, as a team, to dedicate time and resources to strategically rethink issues that are difficult to face in the middle of daily work”
Agustín Claria – Former Program Director
Mission: Promote the rights of children in contexts of psychosocial vulnerability, favoring child well-being and family strengthening.
“We worked with Solidariamente in improving purchasing and administration processes based on the needs that we detect. They also help us in creating a system of indicators that will enable us to monitor and evaluate our management within the Foundation”
Natalia Brutto – Institutional Director
Mission: Enable people to reach the maximum of their potentialities through education and integration between body and mind to build a better world.
“The work developed with the Solidariamente’s team was very important to understand better the future paths of the organization. Together, we developed a marketing plan that would help us achieve new financial sustainability goals.”
Hiago Martins – External Relationships Director
Nico believes in fostering people’s growth.
He ambitions to build a global community of students helping NGOs, sharing projects and ideas with each other, while tackling the biggest social challenges of this era.
His work experience in Business Development positions have forged him as an intercultural leader (currently leading 4 countries in Asia & Africa) and a natural entrepreneur, with disruption skills that often help NGOs looking to improve their current operations.
Tomás is convinced that all individuals should think in creating a positive impact for society.
He aims to empower consultants to deliver high-class free consulting services, achieving greatest impact, with special focus on human values and integrity.
His professional experience as a Business Consultant and Engineer in Argentina and Chile provided him of a strong toolkit he is happy to share with NGOs to unleash their full potential and scale their mission.