They request 50 heroes and heroines to go 50 pantries and helps grandparents from Merida.
The call was made by a social media user identified as Carlos Moisés Vivas R., who stated that for almost 29 years, together with friends and acquaintances, they have brought a little joy to those who have the least in a day.
Carlos says that this movement started with small toys, which were obtained with their own resources, However, as the years passed, more people joined this noble cause.
The beneficiaries have been inhabitants of San Antonio Xluch, of all ages, however with the passage of time They realized that the degree of neglect suffered by older adults was high, so they decided to join them in this initiative.
The aid is sent to them through an annex of the chapel of the course, which consisted of a small breakfast, as well as a pantry and blankets.
It is worth mentioning that the pandemic did not stop the aid, since last year the breakfasts, covers and pantries to the doors of their homes, with the proper sanitary measures, to preserve the health of these people.
They have not been able to collect the 50 pantries for the grandparents
The goal for this year is 50 pantries, blankets and breakfasts, however this year the help has been slow to arrive.
It is presumed that perhaps due to the crisis in the state, aid has not flowed as usual, so they ask for help to bring support to what they call the ‘young people of the third age’.
The commitment is for December 26 and they ask for the help of 50 heroes who are in their possibilities to donate a pantry or a blanket.
It is worth mentioning that clothing in good condition for adults is also accepted and economic donations are also accepted for people who wish to help who are not in the city of Mérida, for which they provided the account number 5579 1002 4568 5126 of Banco Santander.
If you want to be one of the heroes of these grandparents and need more information, you can contact Ileana Aguila at 9991 649 529, Isaías Solís at 9992 333 782 or Carlos at 9999 006 982.
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