LLYC Foundation bids farewell to 2023 by spreading hope through solidarity initiatives.

Implement solidarity initiatives for people who are in vulnerable situations.

For the fourth year in a row, the LLYC Foundation has launched solidarity initiatives in December to encourage the LLYC team to engage in social action that inspires their spirit of solidarity.

284 volunteers from all our operations have collaborated with 14 associations to enhance the quality of life of people in vulnerable situations. Our volunteers donated essential items such as food, toys, clothes, school supplies, and other materials, bringing hope and happiness to more than 500 people.

Find out how each operation has contributed: 


The Buenos Aires office collected food to donate to the Amigos en la Calle association, which assists homeless families.


Volunteers delivered necessities to 44 older adults at La Evangélica de Amparo, a home for older adults in Santos.


In Barcelona, 14 volunteers dressed as the Three Kings for the children of the Soñar Despiertos Foundation, making their letters come true.


Our volunteers in Chile joined 60 children with disabilities and victims of abuse from the Coanil Foundation, who are part of the Severe Abuse Recovery (PRM) program, in a special movie day. 


The Bogota office participated in a solidarity initiative, dressing up as the Three Kings for the children of the Soñar Despiertos Foundation.


Volunteers in Ecuador have gathered non-perishable food, toiletries, and gently used clothing to donate to the Nuestros Jóvenes Foundation, which serves children in vulnerable situations.


Seventy-four volunteers from the Madrid office made the letters to the Three Wise Men from children of the Soñar Despiertos Foundation come true.

In addition, nine volunteers led a creativity workshop for young people in the Capacis Foundation.


Volunteers in Mexico collected toys for Banco de Tapitas, which supports children diagnosed with cancer.


Fifteen volunteers from the Lisbon office collected hygiene products, food and clothing for homeless people supported by the Comunidade Vida e Paz.

Dominican Republic 

Volunteers from the Santo Domingo office got together with the kids from Academia La Javilla to talk about what they learned at Voces Futuras and share their thoughts.


Our volunteers visited the National Oncology Institute in Panama for the third consecutive year. They spent time with 60 patients, serving them breakfast and offering emotional support.


Our volunteers in Miami took food and toiletries to homeless people from Hermanos de la Calle.


More than 500 vulnerable individuals benefited from the efforts of 284 volunteers who came together to spread hope.

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