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105 West Monument Street
Baltimore, Maryland
1 kilometro antes de Limon 1
Carratera Tola-Salinas,
Nicaragua: 011-505-8887-7413

Meet Our Generous Partners

Dear Friend of the Clinic,

This week, we want to highlight our corporate partners. These are companies who have supported our non-profit for decades – with guidance, networking, supplies, professionalism, and funds.

They each deserve huge thanks, as we would not be our Nicaclinic without them.

The Oxford Club | Baltimore, MD

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Based in Baltimore, The Oxford Club publishes one of the longest-running financial letters in the country. This renowned financial Club, founded in 1989, helps their members achieve a “Rich Life,” financially, socially, and intellectually. The Club believes that “amassing great wealth” means more than having more money. Their employees are invited to participate in a number of charity events throughout the year, including supporting our Clinic.

Of course, our Chair of the Board Julia Guth is very familiar with The Oxford Club, as she headed the company for 35 years as Chief Executive Officer. Each team at the Oxford Club – including the copy editing, communications, and design groups – volunteer their talent to help the Clinic thrive.

The Oxford Club has also provided matching funds for annual fundraising Clinic campaigns for many years. Thank you to all our friends at The Oxford Club!

The Award-winning Rancho Santana Resort | Tola, Nicaragua

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Representatives from Rancho Santana – Bill Bonner, Antonio Granados, and Julia Guth – decided to create a non-profit clinic in the town of Limón 1, Nicaragua in 2002. Thus, the idea for the Clinic was founded and our first fundraising efforts were initiated. We received generous donations of land from the Granados Family, money from the Rotary Club of Pittsburgh, and other donors.Since the Clinic opened its doors in 2004, the nearby resort and world-class coastal development of Rancho Santana has provided housing for our Clinic volunteers, water, technical support, and supplies. They also help us in hosting our past and upcoming Wellness Weekend 2025. Thank you, Rancho Santana.

PASS LLC. | Alexandria, VA

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PASS is a flexible strategic consultancy partnering with a variety of stakeholders around the world.

The Clinic’s partnership with PASS began over a decade ago, sparked by the friendship of Julia and Dan Puls, PASS’s CEO and President. Dan Puls and PASS helped with strategic planning for the growth of our non-profit, as well as senior leadership training and placement. Dan has since joined our Advisory Council and aided the Clinic through sourcing top talent, including our U.S. CEOs, highly impressive Board, and Advisory members.

The PASS team provides critical support with fundraising, networking, and other strategic planning for the future success of our Clinic. Thank you, PASS team!

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We would not have become a model non-profit health clinic in Central America without the support of these corporate partners and friends… as well as many of you who have provided substantive funds and grants to help us further our outreach and critical care in Nicaragua. On behalf of our Clinic team and the surrounding communities in Nicaragua striving to have a better life… Thank you!

Caitlin Kratz, Administrative Coordinator
U.S. Development Office