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Community Projects

"Almaden is committed to improving the quality of life in the communities with which we work."
Morgan Poliquin, President of Almaden

We believe in supporting the local communities within which we work. Over the years, Almaden has been involved in many large construction projects including building and improving schools, health care facilities, and roads.

We have also invested in smaller projects like purchasing school books and computers for students and wheelchairs for adults and children with mobility issues. Also, by employing local people, Almaden invests in local economies which keeps communities together and strong.

From training, employment, and scholarships to mine tours and open community dialogues, Almaden is committed to the local communities we work with and within. Below are some of our recent community projects.

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    Community members explore the core shack at Ixtaca.
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    700 community members attended Almaden's 8th large-scale community meeting.
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    Almaden prides itself on education, communication, and transparency.
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    Almaden has taken community members on 23 tours of working mines in Mexico.
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    Almaden has helped sponsor over 260 wheelchairs in conjunction with The Wheelchair Foundation.

Community Initiatives

As of the Spring, 2017, Almaden had interacted with over 20,000 people from over 53 communities and 8 different states in the following ways:

Recent News

May 14th, 2019
Almaden Minerals Ltd. Enters into Secured Gold Loan Agreement with Almadex Minerals Ltd.
April 15th, 2019
Lower Court in Mexico Rules on Constitutionality of Mexican Mineral Title System and Former Claims Held by Almaden
March 19th, 2019
Almaden Releases 2019 Report on Corporate Social Responsibility; Updates Permitting Process at Ixtaca

Community Updates

Almaden hosted Women in Mining, Mexico as part of its efforts to promote training and employment opportunities for women at the Ixtaca project.
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