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Who We Are
ABOUT US? The Foundation was born at the initiative of a group of people, dedicated for more than 50 years to the service of others, together with another non-profit Civil Association, the Jesús de Nazareth Society, with which it maintains close ties, all of whom are Assistance activities marked by the deepest personal disinterest, since its members take their own money to carry them out:
What We Do
-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
— 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
— 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
— We Educate
Give pedagogical support classes with moral and spiritual education to children and adolescents
— We Provide Care
Carrying out medical assistance days with the supply of medicines
— Moral and spiritual orientation
Organization of events, forums, conferences of moral orientation
Foster spiritual philosophy study groups with youth and adults
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 is from the La Gruta de Antímano neighborhood and makes a pilgrimage to the city in search of food. At work he is accompanied by a brother-in-law and his sister. On good days, the man says, they have managed to get whole chicken thighs out of the doors of the food establishments of Chacao, Sabana Grande and Plaza Venezuela, very crowded places. “What I earn as an employee in Fine Arts is not enough for me and that forces me to look for myself,” he maintains. Although he continues to breathe, he is a person who dies of hunger and takes out the land to feed himself. He has already died twice: the first time from impotence, from the misery that prevents him from accessing the basics. And the second for the misfortune and indignation caused by the deprivation of food. But the danger is in dying for the third time, which is the last, when the body becomes a corpse.