About Us

Our story

In 2018 several BC immigrants started a project to express their solidarity, to experience Canada as a host for thousands of immigrants.

The project was led by Gloria Soto, a psychologist and researcher who give rise to the foundations of an organization that would lead the process of women’s empowerment and the use of art as therapy to build the social fabric.


We work for the empowerment of women, the protection of the vulnerable population, cutting off all the forms of discrimination, the creation of social fabric, improvement of the quality of life of the family, develop creative spaces, supporting art and artists.


Our organization helps women’s empowerment, dissemination and promotion of human rights, protection of the vulnerable residents and promotes art as a way to transform society.


EIn 2022 will be an organization leading scenarios in which the quality of life of women and vulnerable residents in general improved. Will be Pioneers in the use of art-therapy as a tool, promoting artists and art, through new inclusive social dynamics as education tools.


• Solidarity: We help create a fairer and more inclusive society,

• Commitment: All our efforts are aimed at fulfilling our term, respect for human rights, and the strengthening of Canadian identity.

• Excellence: From a scientific approach, we research, develop creative environments, in its individual and multiculturalism is expressed

• Synergy: Social change is the result of the interaction of the whole society in its different forms of expression. We work with other organizations, individuals or state entities.

• Respect: We believe in diversity, inclusion and multiculturalism are a source of cultural wealth. We accept the other regardless of their status, whether by sex, religion, or nationality.

• Volunteer work: Voluntary work and altruism are values of our organization.

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    123, New Lenox, Chicago IL 60606

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    8:00am, 9:15am, 11:00am

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