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06 Ene: Volunteer’s Day in London, Canada

To finalize a very productive 2016, the Maria Luisa de Moreno International Foundation (Canada) held a day for all the volunteers to appreciate their hard work and commitment throughout the year. At the event we presented a summary of what we accomplished in 2016, the projects for 2017, and made an individual recognition to each of the volunteers who are the most important resource of our Foundation.

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20 Nov: In London – Canada, Food Donation at Unity Project

The International Foundation Maria Luisa de Moreno on the 17th of September in the city of London Canada, provided food donation to the shelter called, “Unity Project” which is located in the center of London. In this event the food given will feed 30 men and women who have very limited means. Thanks to the donation of a particular person and the hard work of all the foundation’s volunteers, this donation was provided.


24 Sep: In London – Canada, Jesse Davidson’s Park was cleaned

With the help of 12 volunteers the Foundation contributed to the city of London by cleaning Jesse Davidson’s park on September 24, 2016. For almost two hours we held a day of cleaning and maintenance of the park, which was adopted by the Foundation four years ago. The purpose of the clean-up is to give back to the city by taking care of our environment. Through these clean-ups we ensure that those families that go to this park will have a clean space to enjoy with their families. Similarly in cleaning the park we have families that attend with their children teaching them from an early age the importance of caring for our environment.


25 Ago: London – Canada Celebrates “One Day for Kids”

On a sunshine-filled day, full of happiness and fun, the Maria Luisa de Moreno International Foundation celebrated the educational campaign “One Day for Kids” in Southeast Optimist Park in the city of London, Ontario. More than 350 children enjoyed an abundant number of activities such as recreational games, dental hygiene class, healthy cooking class and they learned tips on saving for postsecondary education among other activities.

In additional to all the prizes and games that were given out throughout the day, 308 backpacks filled with school supplies and a dental hygiene kits were handed out to children between the ages of 3-12.