Alexandra Martinez

Alexandra Martinez is a Finance and International Trade graduate from La Salle University, Colombia. Alexandra came all the way to Seattle to study Marketing at the University of Washington. She enjoys using her passion for traveling and sports to write stories on her blog and her social media encouraging people to believe in themselves and follow their dreams. Alexandra joined Believe in Me as the Marketing Coordinator, and she is excited to be part of a team that helps every kid develop the self-confidence they need to succeed.

Baby at the Gala

The Gala Event We Were Waiting For: Tomorrow Never Dies

On Friday October 7, over 350 attendees gathered together at the Davenport Grand Hotel  to raise funds to support marginalized kids in our community for Believe In Me’s Charity Gala – Tomorrow Never Dies. From Orphan To Secret Agent – Attendees To Heroes This first Believe in Me Gala event was inspired by the British …

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Farmer Kid Holding Grapes

Hispanic Heritage Month: Cesar Chavez & Dolores Huertas In The Spotlight

Beginning September 15th through October 15th, we have a whole month to celebrate and recognize the Hispanic heritage that has helped to shape the United States. During this time, we want to highlight the work of two different personalities who have fought for civil rights, humanity, and recognition. We will start with Cesar Chavez and …

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Homeless girl in transitional living

Transitional Living: Supporting Youth To Leave The Streets And Accomplish Their Dreams

There are many reasons why children live outside the safety and protection of a home. They may get forced to leave or have to run away for safety. Many children find themselves without a home due to emotional and behavioral disturbances, domestic violence, mental health challenges, sexual orientation, unplanned pregnancies, or substance abuse. Support and …

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