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Alvaro Noboa contributes with social assistance to Ecuadorian families

Alvaro Noboa contributes with social assistance to Ecuadorian families Patricia Jimenez is a single mother who supports her childrenof six, ten and fifteen years old. She currently works selling phone recharges, but in recent months she has had financial problems so the Crusade for a New Humanity Foundation of philanthropist Alvaro Noboa provided her financial assistance to pay her utilities bills, which were overdue. “As a single parent the situation is difficult, these aids are very...
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Crusade for a New Humanity Foundation continues serving the people of Guayaquil

Crusade for a New Humanity Foundation continues serving the people of Guayaquil Janeth Astudillo, mother of Ricardo Gómez Astudillo, was one of the people who received financial assistance from the Crusade for a New Humanity Foundation (FCNH), chaired by Philanthropist Alvaro Noboa. She asked for help to buy a pair of glasses for her child. “I maintain my son and for years I could not buy his glasses so he even had headaches,” she said gratefully.     Margarita Benalcázar also...
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Crusade for a New Humanity Foundation delivers financial donations

Crusade for a New Humanity Foundation delivers financial donations Carlos Enrique Bone received financial aid to purchase merchandise so that he could start working from home. Bone is disabled and requires a wheelchair so he finds it difficult to find work. “It’s hard to find a job, but I find the way to survive so I appreciate so much this help,” he said   Another beneficiary was Johnny Gaino who suffers from high blood pressure and diabetes. He came with his wife, with whom...
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New Humanity Crusade Foundation provides financial assistance in Guayaquil

New Humanity Crusade Foundation provides financial assistance in Guayaquil Teresa Orellana and Carolina Satan today received financial support from the New Humanity Crusade Foundation. They will use this money to pay medical treatments. Teresa suffers from epilepsy and has continuously received aid from the foundation of philanthropist Alvaro Noboa to buy her medicines. She indicated that, because of her disease, it is difficult to get a job and she appreciates the help provided her “I live at...
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