Latino families need your support for better healthcare
Dear CPB Friend:
A few years ago, I knew the Center for Practical Bioethics was based in Kansas City but not much more. It was Art of the Wish, a unique 72-piece exhibit depicting the wishes of elders, that led me to join the Center’s Board of Directors and to do everything I could to support the Center’s mission.
The Art of the Wish exhibition at the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center last spring served as the heart and soul of the Center’s 2022 annual fundraising event. In fact, you can view selected pieces from Art of the Wish at the Epsten Gallery at Village Shalom in Overland Park, Kansas.
My company, Puente Marketing, helps groups across the U.S. understand their opportunities with today’s multicultural America, particularly the Latino market. Now, as part of a new Center initiative to expand Advance Care Planning in the Latino community, Puente is conducting focus groups to evaluate the Latino community’s perception of Advance Care Planning. The Center will use the information gathered to create new culturally sensitive resources.
Your support is making this work
to provide better healthcare to Latino families possible!
Many organizations focus on a particular segment of the population – women, children, elderly, minorities, etc.
Personally, I am most interested in the Center’s work to help the elderly and socioeconomically challenged mothers. But, in times like these, healthcare and ethical treatment have no demographic or geographic boundaries.
Supporting the Center means you’re supporting an organization
that is truly interested in each and every human being and their families.
Norberto (Rob) Ayala-Flores, MA
Puente Marketing Communications
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