HELPING RANCHO GRACIANO SANCHEZ
Graciano has insufficient access to water and no electricity.
HELPING COSTA SUR
Due to COVID, the hotel was closing down and the employees were being furloughed. Since Mexico lacks a national employment insurance system, the employees would not be receiving any funding during a pandemic.
Lupe suffered from rheumatoid arthritis for 12 years when FAMA connected with her. Living in chronic pain, she was unable to walk or support herself.
FAMA was called to serve when Leticia was diagnosed with a second breast cancer, after surviving a mastectomy that drained her resources.
HELPING PUEBLO SAN RAFAEL
San Rafael de los Moreno is a pueblo in a rural area outside of Puerto Vallarta. The community does not have access to a hospital and is living in extreme poverty. Due to a lack of resources, many residents were dying of scorpion and spider attacks as the nearest clinic is 45 minutes away.FAMA Foundation found this community to be eager for change with no resources to become self-sufficient.
HELPING IMPULSOS DE AGUILA
A non-profit organization in Puerto Vallarta that provides for paralyzed senior citizens was in need of disposable underwear for their community.