Donate to your Favorite Cuban Dancers, Musicians and Teachers
If you can’t travel with us this year, but still want to support our Cuban team, donations of ANY amount are so appreciated by each member of our Cuban team.
Cuba’s precarious economy was hit hard during the pandemic and still hasn’t recovered. There have been shortages of food and other supplies for hundreds of thousands of people. Many Cubans, including our team, rely on tourism for economic stability, especially because international trade has been disrupted, global food prices have skyrocketed, and there has been a large decrease in family support from Cubans living outside the country. Our support can really help sustain people in this difficult time. During the holidays, and throughout the year, your support is so appreciated.
Just $25 could make a huge difference in the life of one of our Cuban team members!
Please consider donating today! 100% of your donation goes to support our teachers and staff on the ground in Cuba!
Email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to make a tax deductible donation of $200 or more through our fiscal sponsor.
Other ways to donate:
Donate $25 or more with a credit card now! CREATE AN ACCOUNT AND CHOOSE: $25, $50, $100, $250 OR $500
Donate any amount with Venmo / Alisa-Froman
Please write “SUPPORT” in the memo / DO NOT write “Cuba.”
Send a check to PlazaCultura, PO Box 3083, Berkeley, CA 94703
|We want to thank everyone that already donated to our campaign to get cash into the hands of our valuable team members and their families during this challenging time. Thanks to you, PlazaCUBA has sent more than $30,000 to our Cuban teachers and friends the last over 2.5 years, helping them purchase food and other basic supplies. Join us to continue this much needed support.|
We will allocate these funds to reach as many people as possible. But if you want your donation to go to a specific person or group, let us know and we’ll ensure every dollar goes directly to them.
So far we have given direct support to: Rosa Barreto, Gilian, Mardel and Jesus; members of Ban Rarrá (Isaias, Yaselis, Zuley, Justo and the entire group); dance teachers (Jennyselt, Karelia, Ania, Leonel, Ory); Raices Profundas (Emilio and Ildolidia plus group members); all dance assistants; musicians from Afro-Cuban dance class (Julito, Gualberto, Pedro Pablo); teachers and translators at the National School of Music; Yanek and Yisel of Sabor DKY in Santiago; Babul in Guantanamo; Rumbatá in Camaguey; and the Muñequitos de Matanzas. Recently we were able to send $2500 to Cesar “Pupy” Pedroso’s family after his passing. All of these amazing teachers and musicians are very thankful for your generosity. Let’s keep it going!