Family Asks For Food Donations for Flood Relief Instead of Flowers

Our co-founder Segundo Velasquez just arrived in Bolivia this week and sent the following photo this morning.

Food donated by friends and family for flood relief in memory of a friend.

Food donated by friends and family for flood relief in memory of a friend.

A family in Bolivia who had gathered to remember a family member who had died 10 years earlier asked friends & family to bring food items for flood relief instead of flowers.

Segundo helped pick up these supplies today, which will be distributed by Mano a Mano to more isolated communities in Beni.

Air-Dropping Food & Supplies in Beni

More than 25,000 pounds of food & supplies have been distributed by Mano a Mano for flood relief so far.



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One Response to “Family Asks For Food Donations for Flood Relief Instead of Flowers”

  1. Sally Narr says:

    Compassion makes the world a better place. The soul of giving is only as small as one’s heart. The hearts in Bolivia are wide and deep.

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