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Todos juntos mano en mano 

 This is the official website of Anglo Paraguayan Society in  
  Este  es el órgano Oficial de la Sociedad Anglo Paraguaya en UK  

   This is an unprecedented time in our history. The COVID-19 pandemic is having an impact on the health of our loved ones, the businesses we rely upon, the health of the global economy, and the way we live our daily lives. As we all continue to navigate through these unique and evolving challenges, we want you to know that PayPal is here for you. Coming together as a Community

In our more than 30 years of serving the Anglo Paraguayan Community, we've weathered with you the storms that have touched all parts of the world— and throughout this shared journey we have worked to support and sustain our members and families, our friends and other ethnic communities. As we address a pandemic that will no doubt become a chapter in the history books, our commitment to you will not waver.

 In collaboration with the Paraguayan Consulate today we are stepping up to help, and link with Embassy/Consulate to give concise information that we all must follow and adhere All telephone and email contact are here published. Do feel free to talk to us (Anglo Paraguayan Society) however, we strongly recommend that you ring the numbers published. We're calling on everyone across the financial ecosystem, to come together to help the most vulnerable during this crisis. We all need to support our employees and look for ways to help our customers navigate these waters. In the last few months, we've seen generosity and kindness, intergenerational support and solidarity, and remarkable fortitude. It is during times like these that courage and generosity and resilience make a difference. Nuno Vinhas. 
                                 Todos Juntos Mano en Mano 

                       pulse aqui para ver el sitio de la Embajada y Consulado

   Dear friends and visitors        
  • Mission                      
  •  Pledge
    I'm sure the purpose will prove valuable and become a much-used asset for all those with cultural interest in Paraguay as well as the and upcoming of the society. The Anglo Paraguayan Society is committed to ensuring our/children are given the best resources for their journey through our philanthropic approach and providing facilities that will help arm the facilities they need to become our future workers. 
  MissionThe giving to those is to preserve, protect and enhance/cultivate a friendly approach to Paraguayan culture and tradition. The giving to those is to preserve, protect and enhance/cultivate a friendly approach to Paraguayan culture and tradition.  
  PledgeDear FriendsThe Anglo Paraguayan Society helps those who need us most, no matter who, or what they are. We know that in difficult times, it is often the poorest and most vulnerable that suffer the most. We rely on to fund the projects in hand, and that is why I'm asking you to make a donation to the Anglo Paraguayan Society. We have helped many in the past. At present we have two projects; "Comedor Lambaré and Alegria en Hogares".
Nuno A.R. Vinhas.                 
                                        Para mas información:  020 87439608  request more information

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Estimados Miembros. Our AGM has been on hold until the committee meets to take action. 
The AGM is your opportunity to meet and speak to our committee, and ask questions. We need your support.
Thank you for visiting!  Muchas gracias

    Kind donations Julia Vinhas, Mary Meza, Robert Munro.   
   On behalf of the Williams family:
  The Anglo Paraguayan Society would like to inform our members that the donations In Memory of Anne Williams are now closed however if they want to donate we would welcome your goodness. All the proceeds went to "Comedor Lambare".
                          "Kindness which is bestowed on the good is never lost."
             Plato, 426BC