About Wendy Kohli and Aim of FundaKohli
“As a mother and wife I have dreams and aspirations for my family and recognize the important role women play in being the glue that keeps everyone together. All too often these womens dreams for their families, who are asking for so little, remain just that. Our job is to be the voice of those who desperately need help, where society has let them through the cracks and turned their back on them. We want everyone we come in to contact with to have a better chance of a brighter future for themselves, their families and generations to come.“
– Wendy Kohli
She has focused her efforts on improving the quality of life from the less fortunate of the Costa Rican society.
Since 2005 she has been working on improving child nutrition within communities at social risk in Los Guido, Desamparados. She is also and avid fighter to protect the environment and animal welfare.
All these efforts are not part of corporate responsibility or a charity, she envisions the project as an strategy so that each children she lend a hand now can become a productive and functional member of society.
As part of its remit, FundaKohli provides a wide range of social welfare programs in Costa Rica to those most in need of it. These programs include:
1.The distribution of food and regular healthy, nutritious meals (with an emphasis on provision for the young and sick)
2.The ongoing, lifelong Education of all members of society (with, once again, a focus on young children and adults, to help them break the cycle of poverty through the instruction of in-depth practical knowledge, and its application on a day-to-day basis)
3.The purchase and donation of clothing to those most in need (It’s the primary concern of loving parents everywhere – giving your children the best possible start in life. This includes providing them with durable and clean clothes which they can use).
4.Advanced Medical care (where judged appropriate. Given the lack of access to even the most basic medical care, FundaKohli acts as a safety-net for those people liable to slip through the cracks of poverty)