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It is going to take all of us

The Cuenca Soup Kitchen wants to thank all of the individuals and organizations below (many of whom we collaborate with, give financial support to, or receive donations from) who are stepping in to help during this crisis.

Hearts of Gold which provides weekly food kits to 83 families in its partner organizations:

CETAP LUCY offers a comprehensive program of early stimulation and psycho-pedagogical support to children and young people with or without educational risk (8 food kits)

Jorge and Patricia Araujo of Fundacíon Núr who have shifted their mission during this crisis to provide
food for 50 families each week (15 food kits)

Fundacíon El Arenal which supports the children and families of the informal workers around Feria
Libre (12 food kits)

Fundación OSSO del Ecuador a home that cares for disabled, orphaned, and abandoned children
whose needs are even greater in this crisis (9 food kits)

Centro Educativo Nova, an inclusion school where special needs children and their peers are
educated together. During this crisis they are working to support their vulnerable families (12 food kits)
Kallpa Warmi Sayausi, a group of enterprising women working hard to support their community (15
food kits)

Plus an additional 12 food kits weekly

Marisol Peñaloza Bacuilima – Concejal de Cuenca whose tireless work includes supporting the most remote communities with food, medicine, and clothing

George Forgues and his group who make and hand out pizzas to the hungry

Joel Munn of Snow Angels in Ecuador who fundraises tirelessly in the US in order to support those in need in Ecuador

Mujeres con Exito which has consistently cared for those in crisis

Tod and Mary Freeman of Helping Kids in Ecuador who have quietly but consistently supported many efforts during this crisis

Trinity Vineyard Church which is currently serving meals and providing food kits to hungry refugees and others

The Tomebamba Rotary Club which works tirelessly for this community, including donating thousands of dollars towards PPE for our local hospitals

Kathleen Rodas-Quelland and Lynn Smith whose mission it is to provide meals to those on the streets

The Cuenca English Lions Club which continues to fundraise for the less fortunate during this crisis

ICC Church that consistently comes to the aid of those in need

Hogar Esparanza which feeds many of the homeless in El Centro three meals a day as well as providing many other services

GRACE an organization that continues to support Venezuelan refugees particularly with medical issues

…and most of all to you...

Your gifts to all of these entities as well as others, save lives every day. Thank you!

Cuenca.

Directors Cuenca Soup Kitchen