Donation help

Donation help:

It is a fact that donations help non-governmental organizations and also allow them to get up and even more when we live difficult times in a country with an economic crisis such as that of Venezuela.

First help us to achieve our goal in this way we will improve the quality of life of these people in need. Given that We have the opportunity to achieve our goal and that is why every donation counts.

Are my donations tax deductible? !Of course. We are integrated into the Giveway.com payment gateway where you can receive your payment receipt.

Furthermore, together we can change lives and consequently offer a dignified future to our brothers in Venezuela. Any donation you can make will bring hope to many.

Donation help

Donation help

Join our beautiful work and participate in A Day to Give the Children of Venezuela.

Today, many families have children who attend their schools without having something to eat for breakfast, and many go to bed at night without receiving dinner. The malnutrition problem that affects many of these children sometimes prevents them from concentrating on their studies. On the other hand, many schools have staff who also suffer from malnutrition. The situation has become increasingly alarming and we are needing your generosity to offer a solution to such a worrying crisis.

Our objetive; It is to improve the quality of life of needy people who live on the streets or in precarious homes in Venezuela, giving priority to the elderly, mothers and children; build a house with dining rooms for the elderly; and children in need offer a healthy diet to 1,540 people who are located in rural areas of the country.

First help us to achieve our goal in this way we will improve the quality of life of these people in need. Given that
We have the opportunity to achieve our goal and that is why every donation counts.

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"Children who do not reach their full potential cannot contribute fully to social, political and economic growth."

Extreme poverty is classified by the World Bank Group as individuals who live on less than $1.90 a day. In 2017, that equated to around 689 million people all over the world..