Morrison Receives Recognition for 12-Year Support of Mexico’s ANSPAC Organization
Earlier this year, Morrison received a letter of recognition from our long-time community outreach partners at ANSPAC. As a 12 year supporter of ANSPAC, approximately 1,440 women have completed the basic and advanced programs and graduated from the “Chet Morrison Units.” Consequently, if this number is extended to include the families of these women, the organization estimates that 5,760 people have been positively affected by MORRISON’s support.
ANSPAC’s – Asociación Nacional Pro Superación Personal, Asociación Civil (the National Association for Personal Improvement, Civil Association) – goal is to promote social advancement for working adults through educational programs on self-esteem and self-actualization. Since its founding in 1974, ANSPAC has run a curriculum focused on enhancing family values by teaching local business volunteers (such as the wives of business executives) and giving them the tools to share this knowledge with their peers.
“We wish to express our appreciation for [Morrison’s] collaboration and participation in support of the improvement programs offered by our association, which promote the values that contribute to the continuous development of the person, to form better families, better communities and as a consequence a better Mexico,” states Mrs. Patricia Kern de Garcia, President and Ms. Rebeca Ramírez, Vice-President of ANSPAC.
Supporting the communities around us – both local and international – is crucial to Morrison’s mission, and we are firm believers ANSPAC’s impact on the lives of families throughout Mexico.