Rattlestick and The Sol Project would love to personally invite the Argentine community to the NY Premiere of Seven Spots on the Sun by Martín Zimmerman and directed by Weyni Mengesha (in her NY Directorial Debut)! Set in a fictional Latin American town, Seven Spots on the Sun is a poetic and poignant drama that […]
Centro Argentino invites you to this exclusive fundraising event. Please join us for Argentine wine paired with some delicious cheeses while supporting a worthwhile cause. There are only limited tickets available, get yours today! RSVP Powered by Eventbrite
We are raising USD 2400 to fund 6 annual fellowships (400 each). These fellowships will help six kids that are on the verge of dropping out from school in a low-income neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Why do we do this? We believe that education is essential for the personal growth of children and […]
Help us help by joining us on the first fundraising happy hour of the year! For every item sold, Madam’s Organ will donate $1 to Centro Argentino! Happy hour prices apply until 8PM. Drinks are $1 off and burgers are half price! The funds will be used to help students from a low income family in Argentina […]
The Embassy of Argentina in USA is looking for an Administrative Assistant for the Deputy Chief of Mission and the Political Affairs Section. To learn more about the required qualifications and apply, click here.
Thank you so much to all of you who came to watch and support Argentina during the Copa America 2016! With your help we were able to fund the scholarship for one student during 18 months. We hope to see you again soon and cheer for Argentina!
The beautiful Embassy of Argentina hosts one of DC’s most popular wine tasting events: the IX Annual Charity Wine Tasting. This is a great opportunity to collaborate with our fundraising efforts while enjoying Argentina’s best wines, including award-winning traditional Malbecs, fruity Torrontes, hearty Cabernet Sauvignons, and more, paired with delicious food from Rural Society. And you can also participate of […]
One of the things I like the most of living in the Washington D.C. area is that we have access to food from all over the world: Chinese, Vietnamese, Ethiopian, Indian, Bolivian, Peruvian, Lebanese. You name it. However, more often than not I find myself craving for certain delights you can only find at home. […]