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Puerto Vallarta News NetworkVallarta Living | November 2008 

A Stroke of Good Luck for PEACE
email this pageprint this pageemail usLaura Gelezunas - PVNN

To learn more about the Banderas Bay area non-profit organization PEACE and their various community service programs, click HERE.
(Video Diva Productions)
A team of students, teachers and volunteers added lots of elbow grease to the painting project where they are turning an abandoned Ejido building into a place everyone can use.

"We have a lot of ideas on how to work with this community and it always teamwork," says Anibel Moralis, a volunteer, "We are almost finished and this place is going to be for the kids, for the ladies and for the community... and we are so proud of that."

Casa Campesina was obtained from the Ejido in the Punta de Mita region, rent free, for the next several years. It will house a classroom, craft workshop area, office, and a store where you can buy all the colorful items made by the women of Manos Unidas, a co-op program.

"The PEACE programs are important for the community because they contribute ideas. These develop into projects and enhance the women's ability to be able to work and make some extra money," says Rosalia Salas, store worker.

Rolling toward success, PEACE organizers plan a bright future for this space as well as all those who enter. They are in need of financial donations as well as in-kind donations of office supplies, furniture, books, computers and more! For more information on how you can help, visit

A Banderas Bay non-profit organization, PEACE acts as an umbrella organization for four charitable programs, Casa Comunidad, Ayuda Los Animales (Help The Animals), a Women's Co-Op (Manos de Mujeres Unidas) and Community Pride. It is a U.S. non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, which accepts tax-deductible donations and a Mexican Civil Association that issues facturas for donations. For more information, please visit or click HERE to read more about PEACE.
After having spent 10 years in the world of US broadcast news, Laura Gelezunas decided to unleash her skills on Puerto Vallarta by opening Video Diva Productions, a full-service, professional digital video company. Whether you're interested in a sales video, WEBmercial, music video, feature story, documentary, or corporate event video coverage, she has the experience, equipment and talent to coordinate a professional production. For more information, visit her website at

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