Falling in Love with Alta Gracia

When she was given the chance to visit Villa Alta Gracia and meet the employees in person, Stephanie Rendon knew she couldn’t pass up the opportunity. With a worker named Ana Maria as her trusty guide, she ventured around the town to visit the workers’ homes. Each encounter helped her understand how Alta Gracia really helps change lives.

 

She met Lucrecia, a mother of three, Maribel, a working mother and nursing student, and Ana Maria, an excellent tour guide and loving mother. Each of their stories were inspiring in their own way and all three were clear examples of how Alta Gracia has been a positive force in the area.

Stephanie includes that the trip was an eye-opener and that hearing the stories of the workers really makes an Alta Gracia purchase worth it. Read the rest of Stephanie’s story here to find out how Alta Gracia can change your life.

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