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Our Mission 

Promote international cooperation for the education of disadvantaged students in El Salvador, with the goal of sustainable development in the community.


We believe in the ability to make our youth's dreams come true and their willingness to work hard to achieve their goals.

We Believe in the international support

To achieve its mission and extend a helping hand to more people in need. International collaboration and assistance play a vital role in amplifying our impact and realizing our goals. With the backing of the international community, we can make a meaningful difference in the lives of countless kids, fostering positive change and creating a brighter future for them.

We honor our commitment

We take immense pride in honoring our commitments. At our non-profit organization, our word is our bond, and we are steadfast in delivering on the promises we make to our beneficiaries, partners, and supporters. It is through this unwavering commitment that we strive to create a lasting and positive impact, ensuring that the trust and faith placed in us are met with results, accountability, and transparency.

Mariela Escobar

Founder & CEO

"Meet Mariela Escobar, a dedicated community leader with a passion for making a positive impact. Mariela's journey of service, philanthropy, and cultural engagement began in her hometown of Santa Tecla, El Salvador. From a young age, she eagerly volunteered at her school and church, demonstrating her commitment to her community. Mariela's devotion extended beyond volunteering; she also had a deep passion for folkloric dances and cultural rites that are characteristic of El Salvador. She actively participated in many cultural events, keeping her heritage and traditions alive.

Even after moving to the United States and starting her own family, Mariela's commitment to community causes remain unwavering. She continued to play an active role in her community, leaving a significant mark through her participation in crucial projects. Notably, she served as the president of the Parent Teacher Organizations (PTO) at her children's schools. This experience provided her with invaluable insights into the inner workings of non-profit organizations and ignited a spark that would eventually lead her to establish the Dreams Are Possible Foundation."


The Story

My childhood was filled with visits to my aunts and uncles in the serene countryside of El Salvador. The journeys, although long, gradually revealed the profound significance of the traditions and strong work ethics I absorbed during those visits. Over the years, I began to deeply appreciate the values instilled in my character through those trips. The distance between my home and El Salvador seemed to shrink as I fell in love with the people, the picturesque landscapes, the delicious cuisine, and the rich cultural traditions of the region.

El Salvador, despite being a small country, carries a rich historical tapestry. The pre-colonial indigenous tribes, particularly the Lenca and Pipiles, played a pivotal role in shaping the culture of the land. The Lempa River, which now serves as a natural border, once separated the Pipiles to the southwest and the Lencas to the northeast. I proudly consider myself a descendant of both these remarkable tribes.

Through my education and firsthand family experiences, I delved into the history of our nation, including the tumultuous civil war that scarred the country in the 1980s. Due to its strategic location, the department of Morazan bore a heavy brunt during those turbulent times. The aftermath left its towns underdeveloped and its infrastructure in ruins. 

Driven by my love for El Salvador's culture and a desire to promote it in the United States, I create the Dreams Are Possible Foundation. The vision includes not only preserving the rich cultural heritage of my homeland but also making a meaningful difference in the lives of children in El Salvador.


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