Asociación para el Cambio Social JXC

(+502) 4292-7859

The Asociación para el Cambio Social JXC Guatemala, based in the department of San Marcos, Guatemala, was created on February 15, 2015 and came into legal life on April 29, 2021, calling itself the Association for Social Change JXC. It's focus is to integrate children, adolescents, youth, women, indigenous, diverse and vulnerable populations in processes aimed at strengthening human capital, promoting the capabilities that each person has, giving them the necessary tools to discover the talent and value they have with the objective of creating leaders in the communities, providing more reach to the beneficiaries in migration and human rights issues.

It also focuses on education for human development, environment, culture and indigenous peoples; health and sports; gender equity and the constant struggle to eradicate the problems that afflict the population in general.

Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Indigenous peoples, Elderly, Disabled, Entrepreneurs, Artists, Youth
Education, Children at risk, Family, Technical vocations, Inclusion/Special needs, Health, Sports, Leadership/Capacitation, Civil participitation and policy
San Marcos (San José Ojetenam, Comitancillo, Tajumulco, San Marcos, San Pedro Sacatepéquez, Esquipulas Palo Gordo, San Rafael Pie de la Cuesta), Retalhuleu, Sololá, Suchitepéquez, Huehuetenango, Izabal, Quetzaltenango, Sacatepéquez, Guatemala

Organizational contacts & locations

Nancy Yomira Roblero Pérez
(+502) 4292-7859
José Alberto Navarro Vásquez
(+502) 5932-6265
Ana Gabriela Barillas Mérida
(+502) 5575-5992
Yolanda Isabel Fuentes Fuentes de Orozco
(+502) 3804-5377
Merary Linda Sucely De Léon Sagastume
(+502) 4279-6843
8va avenida 12-110, 
zona 1
San Marcos, 
San Marcos, 

Mission, vision & values


Integrate children, adolescents, youth, women, indigenous, diverse and vulnerable populations in comprehensive development initiatives, creating teams and community networks so that from their environment or context they generate positive changes that can help create a fairer society with values ​​that can improve their living conditions.


Organize children, adolescents, youth, women, indigenous, diverse and vulnerable populations in processes of leadership, empowerment, social responsibility through strengthening in the academic, sports, cultural and social areas, to improve their living conditions, eradicating the vision androcentric.

We value participation, planning, sustainability, responsibility, social commitment, empathy, equity, honesty, justice, solidarity, transparency, creativity and teamwork.

Products, services, and programs


We promote the development and comprehensive empowerment of children, adolescents, youth, women, indigenous people, diverse and vulnerable populations through the different projects that are implemented in the Youth for Change organization.

To contribute to a comprehensive education our services focus on:

  • Involving youth in the formulation and implementation of community development policies
  • Promote the practice in childhood, adolescence, youth, women, indigenous people, diverse and vulnerable populations in gender equity in artistic, sports, cultural and musical aspects.
  • 1 more Round for the Change

Through boxing and education we empower children, adolescents and youth together with the axes of work, empowerment of children, Adolescence, Youth, Women, indigenous, diverse and vulnerable populations, using the practice of boxing as a tool for development Social.

  • Women for Change

Empowerment, entrepreneurship and development through academic, sports, technological, social, environmental and leadership areas for girls, adolescents, youth, women and diverse women.

Implementation of sustainable gardens for the economic empowerment of girls, adolescents, young people, and diverse women in the face of the COVID-19 crisis.

Artivism. First places in women's amateur boxing at the national level, participation in national and international events. Empowerment school "Fuertes y Seguras QYA" in different departments of Guatemala.