About Us 

Proyecto Junior, Inc. is a non-profit foundation that aims to improve, strengthen, and support low-income communities in Venezuela, with a particular focus on children, through quality programs of medical care, services and initiatives, distribution of medicines and medical supplies, and placement and coordination of volunteers. Project Junior, Inc. does not diagnose or prescribe medications.

Whom do we do it for?

According to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, a child is considered to be any individual under eighteen years of age. Project Junior, Inc. directs its social action towards the less fortunate children of Venezuela, those who do not have the capability or funds to obtain medicines.


To serve as the vehicle between medical donations and Venezuelan children who need them.


Bring quality medicines and medical supplies to the population of underprivileged children in Venezuela.



We are supportive in identifying and generating empathy with children and their families who do not have medical assistance or medicines, we support them and seek their healing and improve their quality of life.

Dignified life

The quality of life designates the conditions in which a person lives, conditions that make their existence pleasant and worthy of being lived or fill it with affliction. We are dedicated to ensuring that poor children in Venezuela have a decent life from the medical care point of view.


We are motivated by the intention to carry out actions that benefit the health of children with economic needs who do not have access to quality medical care or medicines.


With honesty, rectitude and decency, we honor our purpose as a foundation. All donations will directly benefit recipients.

  How to collaborate?  

Donations of Medicines and/or Medical supplies

If you wish to donate medicines and/or medical supplies please contact us by email at [email protected]
It's of the utmost importance that the medicine and medical supplies come in their original, standard packaging. If you have any questions regarding the condition of your donation (medicine, and or medical supply), and the standards required by WHO (World Health Organization), please check out the following link: Guidelines for Medicine Donations.

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Thank you for your collaboration!

Every contribution counts,
encourage yourself to help a child in Venezuela!


These are some of the medicines that we deliver, so you can have an idea of the scope of your donation.



 What happens in Venezuela? 

Problems of medicines in Venezuela.

February 7, 2019
Maduro blocks aid at Venezuela-Colombia border

February 7, 2019
Llega a frontera primera ayuda humanitaria de EE.UU. para Venezuela

February 6, 2019
Venezuela crisis: Pompeo demands aid corridor opened

February 6, 2019
La ayuda humanitaria es el gran plan de la oposición de Venezuela

February 6, 2019
The Nightmare in Venezuela Finally Has the World's Attention. Can the Opposition's Gamble Pay Off?

February 4, 2019
Venezuela: All you need to know about the crisis in nine charts

February 3, 2019
Venezuelans rally against Maduro's government in Caracas

January 31, 2019
Crisis limita el consumo de medicamentos a los venezolanos

October 15, 2019
Siete claves para entender la emergencia humanitaria compleja que vive Venezuela

October 3, 2018
Venezuelan hospital encourages 'kangaroo' baby care to spare incubators

September 11, 2018
For Many In Venezuela, Social Media Is A Matter Of Life And Death

September 6, 2018
Diplomats urge Venezuela to allow humanitarian aid to alleviate crisis

February, 2018
Everyday Misery In Venezuela—Millions of people are facing inhuman conditions in Venezuela right now

February 1, 2018
Venezuela's Health Care System Ready To Collapse Amid Economic Crisis

January 4, 2018
New monthly minimum wage barely enough to buy a daily cup of coffee

December 17, 2017
For five months, The New York Times tracked 21 public hospitals in Venezuela. Doctors are seeing record numbers of children with severe malnutrition. Hundreds have died

August 10, 2017
Medicine Shortages in Venezuela: Dying in Agony

February 25, 2017
La falta de medicinas en Venezuela, un problema que sigue latente y no mejora

February 22, 2017
Salud en crisis: Aseguraron que escasez de medicinas sobrepasó el 85%

February 20, 2017
3 formas alternativas de conseguir medicamentos en Venezuela

December 23, 2016
Venezuelans pour into Colombia, desperate for medical care they can’t find at home

October 20, 2016
‘Like doctors in a war’: inside Venezuela’s healthcare crisis

August 6, 2016
Venezuela in Crisis: Rampant Shortages Leave Country in Shambles

May 15, 2016
Dying Infants and No Medicine: Inside Venezuela’s Failing Hospitals

April 15, 2016
El drama de la escasez de medicinas en Venezuela


What foundations receive the donations?

Fundación Proyecto Maniapure which attends to six rural communities in Venezuela: Maniapure, Kamarata, Wonken, Urimán, Kavanayén y La Urbana.

Asociación de Damas Salesianas which has thirty infirmaries throughout Venezuela.

Hermanas Misioneras de la Caridad which attends to underprivileged families in their seven centers scattered throughout Venezuela.

Hospital San Juan de Dios which attends to underprivileged families in their three centers scattered throughout Venezuela.

How often do we deliver donations?

We deliver donations four times throughout the year.

If you're a foundation, how should you ask for assistance?

If you're a foundation asking for assistance, you can email us at [email protected]

How many individuals has Project Junior helped?

Project Junior delivered its first donation in April of 2016. Since then, we have delivered 5 donations to each foundation; we estimate that we have impacted one hundred thousand individuals, in both rural and non-rural areas.

Is one dollar too little?

It's our philosophy that every dollar counts, so we accept any kind of donation. So you can have an idea, a pack of acetaminophen, which has two bottles of 500 pills each, that is, 1000 pills for the price of $8.59.

  Contact Us  

To contact Proyecto Junior, email us at [email protected]

Board of Members

María Teresa Mata

María Rosa Rullo Ubaldi


Made with  for the children of Venezuela!


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Your Donations

We have filed with the Internal Revenue Service for recognition as a Section 501(c)(3) public charity. Donations and gifts to Project Junior, Inc. are expected to be deductible in the U.S.A. Our Federal Tax ID number is 81-2614840. No goods or services are forwarded or offered in exchange for donations received online. No donation or contribution is sought from any person residing in any jurisdiction where such donation or contribution would not be permitted.

Our Privacy Policy 

We keep your personal information private and secure. When you make a donation through our site, you provide your name, contact information, payment information, and additional information related to your donation. We use this information to process your donation and to ensure your donation is correctly reported. We are committed to respecting the privacy of our donors. We have developed this privacy policy to ensure our donors that donor information will not be shared with any third party. We provide this Privacy Policy to make you aware of how we handle any information we receive from you, and to inform you of the way your information is used. We also provide you with the opportunity to remove your name from our mailing list, if you desire to do so.

Information Collected

Here are the types of donor information that we collect and maintain:

Contact Information: name, complete address, phone number, email address;

Payment information: credit card and billing information;

Information you wish to share: questions, comments, suggestions; and

 Your volunteer history with Proyecto Junior, Inc.

How Information is Used

Proyecto Junior, Inc. uses your information to understand your interest in our charitable activities and process your contributions and donations. Specifically, we use your information to help you complete a transaction, internal record keeping, communicate back to you, and update you on project happenings. Credit card numbers are used only for donation or payment processing and are not retained for other purposes. We use the comments you offer to provide you with information requested, and we take seriously each recommendation as to how we might improve communication.

No Sharing of Personal Information

Proyecto Junior, Inc. will not sell, rent, lease or share your personal information to other organizations. We assure you that the identity of all our donors will be kept confidential. Use of donor information will be limited to the internal purposes of Project Junior, Inc. and only to further the organizational activities and purposes of Project Junior, Inc. We will never send you mailings on behalf of another organization.

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Contacting Us

If you have comments or questions about our donor privacy policy, please send us an email at [email protected]

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