The Sembrando Esperanzas project spreads a campaign to help six kids from Havana who lost everything for a fire in the house where they live.
The non-governmental non-profit organization, focused on helping children on the island, said on its Facebook profile that the children, five boys between four months and eight years old, as well as a nine-year-old girl, lost their clothes, toys, beds, fans by the fire.
“The grandmother of the children Milay and the firefighters who attended the fire alarm ask the community for help, because these children lost everything, clothes, beds, fan …”, says the publication in which they also share a video of how the house was after the flames were put out.
They also say that “to make donations the address is: Calle 48A between 29 and 31. Playa Municipality. The number of the children’s grandmother is +53 59163185 ”.
“We are going to help those children with what we can,” asks the organization that just made another campaign to support a four-month-old Cuban baby who was abandoned by his family at the William Soler Pediatric Cardiocenter, in Havana.
“We are going to be organizing a collection of clothes, food, cleaning, what we can recover for that prince,” he announced on that occasion.
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