Contributing to ZAMORANO
helps the development of Latin America

Contributing to the formation of young leaders is one of the best possible investments in pursuit of sustainable development, equality and civilized coexistence between countries.

Numerous individuals, corporations, foundations, international cooperative agencies and governments contribute financially to the training and education of students at Zamorano. However, this support is limited and each year talented young men and women miss an opportunity for advancement due to limited financial resources. Help us to change lives –Donate to Zamorano today!

What is ZAMORANO?


Zamorano is an international agricultural university that offers young people from different countries and backgrounds the opportunity to become professionals – leaders – with skills and values, capable of transforming companies and organizations that respond to current challenges such as conservation of natural resources, rural transformation and development of internationally competitive agricultural and agro-industries in Latin America and the worldwide.

Zamorano educates the youth of Latin America, enabling them to identify solutions for the advancement of agriculture, environmental conservation, and economic growth while closing the social and economic gap between rich and poor.

Zamorano, officially known as the Escuela Agricola Panamericana, Inc., is a nonprofit organization registered in the State of Delaware, USA and recognized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. Donations to Zamorano are eligible for tax deductions in the U.S. and in Honduras as per applicable laws.

HOW TO DONATE


We invite you to make your donation via check, wire transfer or credit card. Checks payable to EAP/Zamorano may be sent to: 1701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 300, Washington, D.C. 20006. For wire information, please write to WDC@Zamorano.edu. To donate online with a credit card, please follow the secure link: Donate Now.

Help to Develop Leaders


Each year Zamorano receives hundreds of applications for admission from young men and women of Latin America, the Caribbean and even worldwide.

Zamorano is highly competitive and only accepts about 350 students a year -1 out of every 4 applicants.

Zamorano is committed to accepting students with the best possible chance for success. Our students are selected on their academic achievement and leadership potential without regard to their capacity to pay. Financial assistance is available for a limited number of students who demonstrated financial need to cover part or all of the cost to attend Zamorano.

Zamorano’s stellar reputation throughout Latin America is due to the quality of our graduates.

Through hard work, values and character formation, Learning by Doing and leading by example, Zamorano helps develop leaders. Our students graduate ready to take join the private sector, government and academia as professionals.  Approximately 25% of our students go on to earn a Master’s degree.

Zamorano largely fulfills its mission - educating Latin American youth, regardless of their economic capacity - thanks to the generosity and vision of many benefactors who trust the Zamorano education system.

Approximately 68% of students at Zamorano fulfill their dream of attaining a high-quality education thanks to the support of our donors –people like you.

We invite you to join this noble endeavor and contribute to the formation of Latin American youth.

"Zamorano offers an exceptional education to young people throughout Latin America, especially those with limited resources. Over 68% of our students are supported by scholarships based on need and academic merit."

Dr. Alison Stone, President of the Board of Trustees

Testimonials


With the support of donors and friends of Zamorano, we are training talented youth who possess limited resources so that they may become leaders and professionals in their fields, which will improve the quality of life of their families and contribute substantially to the development of their communities.

Contacts

Institutional Advancement
Honduras

Phone: (504) 287-2000 Ext. 2088
Email: zamorano@zamorano.edu

Representatives in the Americas
United States

Phone: 202-461-2242
Email: wdc@zamorano.edu

El Salvador

Phone: (503) 2556-4544
Email: mgranadino@zamorano.edu

Guatemala

Phone: (502) 2368-1693
Email: rpappa@zamorano.edu

Ecuador

Phone: (593) 2222-7220
Email: alarco@zamorano.edu

Bolivia

Phone: (591) 7805 5978
Email: rrosso@zamorano.edu

Panamá

Phone: (507) 775 7829
Email: hserrud@zamorano.edu

Thank you for your support