Defending Human Rights for All

Miel y Canela Foundation's mission is to improve the quality of life of low-income and migrant families in the community it serves.  Poverty, homelessness, victims of abuse,  human trafficking, housing - all issues being guided under the United Nation's Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 

"The term “human rights” was mentioned seven times in the United Nation's founding Charter, making the promotion and protection of human rights a key purpose and guiding principle of the Organization. In 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights lay down the principles that brought human rights into the realm of international law. Since then, the Organization has diligently protected human rights through legal instruments and on-the-ground activities."  Miel y Canela Foundation's mission is to protect and defend Human rights and to ensure they reflect the minimum standards necessary for people to live with dignity. Human rights give people the freedom to choose how they live, how they express themselves, and what kind of government they want to support, among many other things. Human Rights also guarantees' people the means necessary to satisfy their basic needs, such as food, housing, and education, so they can take full advantage of all opportunities.

Youth empowerment is of utmost importance to our mission because OUR YOUTH HAVE A VOICE THAT NEEDS TO BE HEARD AND CONSIDERED - WE NEED TO INVEST IN THEIR PRESENT TO ENSURE THEM A BETTER AND BRIGHTER TOMORROW.  Please join us - we need your support.  Uniting will minimize the impact of the violations of our rights in so many areas.  Supporting our programs, your contribution of ANY SIZE will impact our youth, our families and our communities.  Thank you for your support!

Community Development

Human Trafficking, Homelessness, Food Pantry, Supporting Local Musicians

Immigration Services

Preparation of all USCIS required documentation

In-House Attorney Representation

Human Rights Education Services

Community Empowerment

Youth Ambassadors Institute