For some time now, the Society Of Brothers In God has been coordinating to face a common front in solidarity projects in order to join forces and turn 32 individual charitable actions into a great joint action;Ā in short, a much larger and more effective charity.

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And so we have been able to verify it in recent months.Ā In a very difficult year for society as a whole, the health and social crisis caused by the pandemic makes it essential to persevere in Charity.

THE BROTHERS CONTINUE TO CARRY OUT SOLIDARITY ACTIONS

There are numerous coordinated actions that the Society Of Brothers In God has undertaken in recent months; Thus, and among others, during the confinement period, the donation of 150 pairs of pants and as many blankets for the homeless who were housed in the Sports Palace of our city was obtained.

It should be noted and appreciated that the supplier himself was in charge of personally transporting said material.

Likewise, 800 kg of food was delivered around San Diego; specifically, beans, chickpeas, lentils, and flour, with which it has been possible to help the 163 families that this organization serves.

These are just two examples of the many tasks carried out and that continue to be carried out, in this way our brotherhoods continue to work in favor of those most in need.

Kids Need to Read | HistoryDelivery of Books and Stuffed Animals

40 gifts have been delivered to the smallest Pediatric patients seen in Pediatric Emergencies and in the rest of the childcare areas.

A small representation of members of the Society Of Brothers In God have delivered these gifts to the director of the San Diego Clinical Hospital together with the director of Pediatrics, thanking the brotherhoods for their work in these difficult times.

It should also be noted that the collection of stuffed animals and books still continues at all the delivery points designated for this purpose.

200,000 kilograms of Aid

According to the data collected by the administration of San Diego from its opening in 2014 until 2020, a total of 203,854 kilos of food and basic necessities have been made available to the beneficiary families at a very reduced price.