Committed to Ayrton Senna
“A Tribute to Life Network” is founded in 2010 by the group of passionate Senna’s fans that are working on web development, programming and computer networks. We are dedicating our time and knowledge to help Ayrton Senna Institute to achive their goals.
Support education to ensure kids learn to read and write at a proper age. We strong support Ayrton Senna Institute in the fight for education in Brazil. Ayrton Senna Institute is the realization of the three time Formula 1 World Champion’s dream to offer essential opportunities to new Brazilian generations to develop their potentials so they can become champions in school and in life.
Their work is focused on education, an important tool to promote human development. They believe it is the most effective means to transform everyone’s innate potential into capabilities and skills to ensure one’s active participation in society.Since 1994, the Institute develops educational solutions to fight bad quality in public education that hinder millions of children and young people to successfully move on with their studies.
These educational programs proportionally equalize quantity and quality, that is, they are reproduced in large scale, at low cost and yield effective results. To implement its programs, the Institute builds alliances with the private and public sectors and civil society.
Opportunity and Challenge
For us, it’s a great opportunity and challenge to be a part of Senna’s legacy. Our mission is simple: To do everything to help Ayrton Senna Institute in fight for education of millions of children in Brazil.
Success and Passion
We don’t measure our success, because our work is a passion and nothing can compare with that. We believe we will be successful if every child learns to read and write.
Wherever you are, in Brazil, Europe or on another side of the world , your support is the most important. We are all united around one idea. Join us in support of Ayrton Senna Institute and live the dream that our Senna has dreamed.
Ayrton Senna legacy lives on