We help needy people living on the streets and in precarious homes in Venezuela

With your donation you are already part of the change we need in the world, become a volunteer and help us to have a greater reach when working with the most needy

Main objectives:

Improve the qualityof life of needy people living on the streets, or in precarious homes, giving priority to the elderly, mothers and children; build a home or dining rooms for the elderly; Passages or kitchens for children in need, also providing them with moral training and spiritual guidance

¿QUIENES SOMOS?
¿QUIENES SOMOS?

What volunteers do?

01.

-We carry out food assistance activities

Preparamos almuerzos con jugo y los distribuimos a personas sin hogar.

Recolectamos alimentos, ropa, calzado y pertenencias donándolos.

Distribution of lunches to deprived of liberty, in a situation of homeless

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02.

— We Find & Fund

We transfer resources to people from the interior of the country to make soups or lunches that are distributed in various locations.

Collection of dry goods for market preparation that are delivered to families

03.

— We Strengthen the We Educate most vulnerable children

Delivery of weekly snacks to low-income children, who are also given school training and spiritual guidance

04.

— We Educate

Give pedagogical support classes with moral and spiritual education to children and adolescents

05.

— We Provide Care

Carrying out medical assistance days with the supply of medicines

06.

— Moral and spiritual orientation

Organization of events, forums, conferences of moral orientation

Foster spiritual philosophy study groups with youth and adults

History

Mario Molina describes the agony with his street verb, simple and heartfelt words, which contain a broad notion of his reality. “I’ve always been poor, but now I’m poorer because I can’t even eat. Before I searched for myself to live better, now I search for garbage to just live, “he says

Molina es del barrio de La Gruta de Antímano y peregrina a la ciudad en busca de comida. En el trabajo lo acompañan un cuñado y su hermana. En los días buenos, dice el hombre, han logrado sacar muslos de pollo enteros por las puertas de los establecimientos de comida de Chacao, Sabana Grande y Plaza Venezuela, lugares muy concurridos.

“Lo que gano como empleado en Bellas Artes no me alcanza y eso me obliga a buscarme”, sostiene. Aunque sigue respirando, es una persona que muere de hambre y saca la tierra para alimentarse. Ya ha muerto dos veces: la primera por impotencia, por la miseria que le impide acceder a lo básico. Y el segundo por la desgracia e indignación provocada por la privación de alimentos. Pero el peligro está en morir por tercera vez, que es la última,

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