Below please find a list of organizations focusing on Education in the Dominican Republic.

Entity Name About Us
Consorcio Energético Punta Cana–Macao, S. A

The Consorcio Energético Punta Cana–Macao, S. A. (CEPM) is an electric energy generation, distribution and commercialization company which currently has 198.95 MW of installed capacity with which . . .it supplies energy through its 12.8 kms. of high, medium and low tension networks to more than 60% of the national hotel offerings divided in approximately 40,000 hotel rooms and more than 21,000 residential, commercial and industrial clients, acting as a fundamental proponent of tourism development in the region.
In the region in which it operates, CEPM implements Corporate Social Responsibility programs in the areas of Environmental Education and Orientation, Community Development and Company-Community relations.

Dispensario Médico Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

Dispensario Médico Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe is an institution that receives everyone who seeks help without regard to their means.

DREAM Project

The DREAM Project became a formally recognized U.S. Section 501(c)3 nonprofit in 2002, but the groundwork was laid in 1995 when a group of Dartmouth students came to the Dominican Republic for a seme . . .ster to volunteer in two Cabarete public schools. With the help of local and foreign supporters, DREAM began building classrooms, libraries, computer labs and modern bathrooms in the local schools. Tourists began to bring down books and school supplies and contributed computers and funds to operate our then small programs. The word got out and increasing numbers of student volunteers began coming down for a year at a time. DREAM then moved on to building entire new schools, greatly expanding our reach. In 2006, DREAM Project because a legally constituted Dominican non-profit organization. DREAM has since grown into a major success run by a paid local staff of more than 40 Dominicans, four expatriates and numerous volunteers from all over the globe. Every year, DREAM helps more than 4,500 children receive a better education through its 15 programs in 15 different communities, affecting the lives of over 7,000 community members. DREAM’s programs focus on early childhood education, high quality primary education, holistic youth development, and arts, culture and community enrichment.

Escuela Hogar Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos

In 1954, a boy was arrested for stealing from the poor box of a small church in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico. The young priest in charge, Father William Wasson of the United States, was unwilling to p . . .ress charges against this “thief.” Instead, he asked for custody of the boy. One week later, the judge sent him eight more homeless boys. By year’s end, 32 boys were in residence and Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos™ (NPH), Spanish for “Our Little Brothers and Sisters,” was born. Over 20,100 children have grown up in the NPH family, which now operates homes in eight additional countries: Honduras, Haiti, Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Peru and Bolivia. In the Dominican Republic, Escuela Hogar Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos has been operating as a non-profit organization since 2003, and runs a home in San Pedro de Macoris for 232 children. In addition to living in a safe, loving home environment, the children also attend a semi-private school on site, and receive medical and dental assistance.

Eternally Cherished

Eternally Cherished was founded in October 2014. It is Eternally Cherished’s mission to encourage, empower, and employ girls and women in the Dominican Republic.

Fondo Ecuménico de Prestamos de la República Dominicana

Eclof Dominicana is a microfinance institution that offers assistance to productive entities that need to finance their commercial activities.

Fundación Abriendo Camino

The Fundacion Abriendo Camino (FAC) is a non-profit organization working to improve the lives of children in the marginalized neighborhood of Villas Agricolas, in northern Santo Domingo, Dominican Re . . .public.

Fundación Alianza De Corazones, Inc.

The Fundación Alianza de Corazones, Inc. is duly incorporated and was registered in August of 2008 as a non-profit association. Its principal mission is to support the Guardería (Day Care) “San . . .Martin de Porres,” located in the yard of a church with the same name, in the sector of Villa Marina, Los Rios. Currently, each day the Guarderia takes care of 50 children of limited economic resources, with ages ranging from 3 – 6 years, who are helped by a staff trained in early education. In addition, they are offered a balanced diet (breakfast, snack and lunch), medical and psychological attention, in an adequate and familiar environment.

Fundación ANSPAC

The Asociación Nacional Pro Superación Personal (ANSPAC) is a non-profit organization organized in accordance with the laws of the Dominican Republic. It was started on February 14, 2000 and was i . . .ncorporated by Presidential Decree No. 949-02 on December 16, 2002. ANSPAC is an education and community-oriented foundation which seeks to empower women as the pillars of their families. It is affiliated with ANSPAC International, based in Mexico.

Fundación Budista TZU CHI

La Fundación Budista Tzu Chi (TZUCHI), established by Dharma Master Cheng Yen in 1966 in Taiwan with the help of thirty housewives each saving fifty cents whenever she could, today works with chari . . .table, educational, health, cultural and environmental missions. Wishing that every day the world would suffer fewer disasters and that society would be full of peace and harmony.