Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer

by Manos Unidas por Coatzacoalcos A.C.
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Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
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Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer
Free Transportation for 48 Children with Cancer

Project Report | May 17, 2021
Transport Issues and Staying Positive

By David Sandoval | Volunteer

Giving free transportation to the kids and their families is always a hard task, in the middle of a pandemic t gets harder, and when something unpredicted happens if gets even worse. 

A few months ago our driver got into an accident on the van we use to drive the kids to their homes, thankfully no kids were on board and the drive didn`t get any serious injuries, but our vehicle was lost. The crash had completly destroyed our beloved van and there was no way it could be reppaired. We found ourselves in an already diffucul situation which kept getting harder, but we knew we had a big porpuse and chose positivity and started problem solving like we always do!

Thanks to donations from people like you, in and outside our community, we were able to afford a rental car for some days. Renting a car it`s not the most money saving option, it became pretty obvious that we will need to buy a new van soon enough. 

We are condifent we will be able to do it, thanks to the help from everybody. We are so grateful for each one of the people who donate their money, effort or time to help us in our task of helping others. As we always do, we realized there's nothing you can't do if there's hope and the will to help is greater than the fear of fealure. 

These are hard times for everyone around the globe, but we will get through this together. Let's stay positive!

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Manos Unidas por Coatzacoalcos A.C.

Location: Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz - Mexico
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Maritza Ambrosio Fernández
Coatzacoalcos , Veracruz Mexico
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