Covid-19 is especially hard on Venezuelan immigrants — many who have walked to Colombia and are now living on the streets. They are literally starving.
Due to a mandatory curfew, a group of caring Colombians are now offering sandwiches and snacks made with love delivered via a “food elevator” from their apartment balcony.
The technique was borrowed from Jimmy Kimmel.
Food banks like we have in the US are presently nonexistent in Colombia.
Any amount of money is appreciated for supplies to keep The Food Elevator going.
If you prefer to send a check or have questions, please email email@example.com
Subject line: Food Elevator
Muchas gracias!!! Any amount is truly appreciated!
“Good Colombians: Thank you for helping us. We are Venezuelans. We don’t mean any harm. We are just hungry. Thank you for your help.”
“The Food Elevator” is led by Adriana’s niece Laura. It is a sister project of Groceries + Love = Global Healing
50% of donations are designated for The Food Elevator and 50% for the women business owners.
Thank you to all who have donated. To date, hundreds of people have been saved from hunger with over $500 in donations.
The Food Elevator and Groceries + Love = Global Healing are humanitarian projects in loving memory of Katy Guard.
“We are made for love and kindness and caring. In our world we belong to one another.” ~ Adriana Del Toro