Solidarity initiative

We spread hope with our year-end actions.

Implementation of solidarity actions to help vulnerable groups.

In December, volunteers from the offices in which the LLYC Foundation carries out its work collaborated in a multitude of solidarity projects with different topics with the aim of helping those who need it most and bringing hope to all corners of the world.

Learn more about the actions carried out in each country:

Argentina: 46 LLYC Foundation volunteers from the Buenos Aires office collaborated with the Pequeño Hogar Exaltación Association, donating toys, clothes and school kits.

Brazil: At the São Paulo office, 24 volunteers chose the Xurupita Community Association to donate food baskets to 70 families.

Spain: As in Brazil, volunteers from the Madrid office collaborated in collecting food together with the Ayuda a quien ayuda association, which support 72 religious and social action centers. In Barcelona, 50 volunteers joined the solidarity initiative of the Food Bank, donating more than 84 kg of food. In addition, our APACHE volunteers, in collaboration with the Soñar Despierto Foundation, joined the initiative to donate gifts to young children, making their Christmas wishes come true.

Mexico: 24 volunteers from the Mexico City and BESO offices distributed more than a hundred gifts to young people from the most vulnerable communities thanks to the “3 Kings” initiative of Contagiando Voluntad, dedicated to helping children and disabled people.

Panama: In Panama, 15 volunteers from the Foundation accompanied National Cancer Institute patients, distributing healthy breakfasts and warm clothes.

Lisbon: In Lisbon, 28 volunteers came together to spread hope these holidays by sending gifts to the little ones of the Kêlê Association in São Tome. Our volunteer, Joana Jorge, had the opportunity to travel there with a suitcase full of surprises for them.

USA: For Thanksgiving, our volunteers from the Miami office collaborated with the Feeding South Florida food bank, collecting food donations for the most needy families.



A total of 213 LLYC volunteers helped the people who need it most in the 7 countries where we are present.

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