Glasswing International Joins the United Nations Global Impact

Glasswing joins the United Nations Global Compact— the world’s largest corporate social responsibility initiative—with over 12,000 members globally who are committed to supporting principles that protect and respect human rights, labor rights, the environment, and anti-corruption practices within business operations. Glasswing’s CEO, Ken Baker, recently co-hosted a Local Networks webinar with UNGC. By joining the […]

David Guetta, Chino y Nacho, and NERVO join Generation Now youth festival for Central America

David Guetta, Chino y Nacho, and NERVO join Generation Now (GenNow Fest), the first major festival in Central America to inspire, celebrate and empower youth to champion change in the region. “I am thrilled to be participating in Generation Now Festival, my only performance in Central America this year. I truly believe that this is […]

Generation Now Youth Festival for Central America

David Guetta, Chino y Nacho, and NERVO join Generation Now youth festival for Central America   David Guetta, Chino y Nacho, and NERVO join Generation Now (GenNow Fest), the first major festival in Central America to inspire, celebrate and empower youth to champion change in the region.   “I am thrilled to be participating in […]

Meet Christian

My name is Christian Montano, I am 20 years old and am a My First Jóvenes Constructores beneficiary – a program implemented by Glasswing International in Ciudad Delgado, El Salvador. This initiative saved my life. Before joining the program, I faced a number of problems in my high school. I was also struggling financially and […]

Meet Mario

My name is Mario, I’m 25 years old and I’m a Glasswing volunteer. I teach Science Club and Debate Club. Growing up, I always felt passionate about helping kids, but my parents didn’t want me pursuing a career as a teacher. So when the opportunity to be a Glasswing volunteer presented itself, I saw it […]

Meet Claudia

My name is Claudia. I’m 14 years old and in the 9th grade.I grew up in the Las Palmas neighborhood of San Salvador, an area that has always been defined by poverty and violence. Growing up in Las Palmas was difficult. I was very combative with my teachers and didn’t do well in school. Four […]

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