Dec 10, 2020

Protecting Zoo Animals: Venezuela

Eounded owl is in recovery at local animal refuge.
Eounded owl is in recovery at local animal refuge.

Dear Donors,

SAI strives to rescue and protect zoo animals throughout Venezuela.

SAI has provided vital food and support to animal life at two animal sanctuaries and one zoo. Thanks to your support, we are changing the lives of these animals by keeping them healthy and safe.

We delivered food to the zoos and animal refuges that we support. Here's a list of the foods:

          Bananas           Sunflower seeds                Green beans 
          Papaya             Eggs                                    Chicken 
          Plantain            Mice                                     Gaullac milk
          Mangos            Protein                                
Peanut 
          Watermelon     Powdered Milk

Donations keep these animals alive and healthy during this nationwide crisis in Venezuela.

In fact, SAI has been quietly supplying zoos and animal refuges with medical care and specialty foods to feed these captive creatures for over two years - many who can no longer survive in the wild on their own.

Your Generosity Is Saving These Animals

Our staff and volunteers are grateful because without your donations and the generosity the A&G Animal Fund, many of these rare creatures would simply die of starvation and disease. Due to your compassion, a beautiful array of zoo animals and reptiles are happy, well-nourished, and healthy!

This beautiful parrot is the treasure of S.A.
This beautiful parrot is the treasure of S.A.
Lunchtime for the family of monkeys.
Lunchtime for the family of monkeys.
We've been taking care of a family of aged turtles
We've been taking care of a family of aged turtles
Momma and baby monkey get fresh milk for lunch.
Momma and baby monkey get fresh milk for lunch.
Dec 10, 2020

Refugee Support to Venezuelans in Columbia

Single mother and 2 boys gets e-grocery gift card
Single mother and 2 boys gets e-grocery gift card

SAI is providing food relief and Covid Personal Protective Equipment to Venezuelans living in Colombia as well as migrants from Venezuela and families affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

E-Grocery Gift Cards

SAI is providing e-grocery store gift cards for use in local grocery stores where needy families can receive credit to purchase food, Personal Protective Equipment, OTC medications, and cleaning supplies.

If you live in a top-rated country these products may be easy to come by, yet in third-world countries, these covid-based products are scarce.

Our Personal Protective Equipment is certified by SAI to be the highest medical grade supplies, equipment, and all things related to treating and preventing the spread of this deadly virus.

We import our supplies from the USA, United Kingdom, France, and all supplies are certified by medical standards to be of the highest quality in every category.

Your donations are helping Venezuelan families, and orphaned children.

How much should you give?

Depending on the size of the family and the degree of need, we issue e-grocery gift cards in the amount of $15 - $40. This may not seem like much to you, but in Venezuela and Colombia, it has a tremendous impact to families in need.

SAI facility for covid-19 cleaning products & food
SAI facility for covid-19 cleaning products & food
Roadside shanty home for poor Venezuelan refugees.
Roadside shanty home for poor Venezuelan refugees.
Better than a cardboard shack.
Better than a cardboard shack.
Sep 16, 2020

A New Era In Venezuela with COVID-19

New Staff Members Open SAI's Medical Clinic.
New Staff Members Open SAI's Medical Clinic.

If you think your life has changed in America and the UK since the COVID-19 pandemic, you should see what’s happening in Venezuela.

As I am sure you know, SAI has a rich history of delivering nutritious meals to patients in local Venezuelan hospitals. We’ve always been welcome, but due to the virus, all that has come to a full STOP.

New Rules About COVID-19 in Venezeulan Hospitals

With the failing medical system being pushed to the breaking point, the government has decided not to allow any humanitarian aid to hospital patients. This new rule is enacted by the government to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

 Clinic Opening

As you may know from our previous reports, we’ve converted the first floor of our SAI headquarters in Venezuela to a medical clinic.

This medical clinic is providing  primary medical care to children and orphans to include medical examinations, testing and medications. We are reallocating our resources from the hospitals to the clinic to help children in need of medical care. The clinic is fully operational with two medical doctors and one full time receptionist. 

Doctor gives medical exam to young orphan boy.
Doctor gives medical exam to young orphan boy.
Medical team examines orphan girl's tonsils.
Medical team examines orphan girl's tonsils.
SAI medical Doctor examines orphan girl's ears.
SAI medical Doctor examines orphan girl's ears.
 
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