Alvaro Noboa joins the Social Work of the Foundation Quaker Program for Children of Guayaquil Medical Brigades of the New Humanity Crusade Foundation. Community Library and Treatment for Alexandra

The Cruzada Foundation led its social work to Guasmo Sur

The Cruzada Foundation led its social work to Guasmo Sur   In the Proletarios sin Tierras Cooperative, located in Guasmo Sur sector, at Guayaquil, the Cruzada Nueva Humanidad Foundation (FCNH), founded and presided by Att. Álvaro Noboa, attended free of charge to 125 people with several medical needs. The host committee for the FCNH on the sector was carried out by Carmen Montoya, a member of the religious group of the church, “Hermana Graciela”, who was...
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The Cruzada Foundation continue its mission of solidarity with the needy

The Cruzada Foundation continue its mission of solidarity with the needy This Friday october 18, Mariano Santos, representing Cruzada Nueva Humanidad Foundation (FCNCH for its spanish acronym), founded by Alvaro Noboa, delivered financial assistance to four people in need of money to buy their medicines. Rocio Acosta Rodriguez and Margarita Carpio were the first ones in receiving help from the Foundation. They, who receive support from the Foundation for the first time, will use this resources to...
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Cruzada Foundation helps improve the lives of the inhabitants of Guayaquil

Cruzada Foundation helps improve the lives of the inhabitants of Guayaquil Outside the headquarters of Industrial Molinera Noboa, the Foundation Cruzada Nueva Humanidad (FCNH), founded by businessman Alvaro Noboa, arrived to provide financial aid to the citizens of Guayaquil. Walter Echeverria, who is mute and deaf, and has no right leg, has been receiving financial support from the FCNH for more than  10 years. Because of his disabilities, it has been impossible to Walter to have an stable job,...
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Álvaro Noboa promotes productive farming

Álvaro Noboa promotes productive farming Within the work of the New Humanity Crusade Foundation, of which he is president, businessman Álvaro Noboa continues giving support to poor families, both in the city as well as the rural areas, who are motivated to start a micro-enterprise. Yesterday, Álvaro Noboa delivered all the supplies needed to grow rice on the five hectares of land owned by Mr. Eva Faguinson, a family of the San Fernando precinct of the Yaguachi...