Thank you! We have served more than 2,000 families!

 SACS continues to build bridges to help our community with their specific needs. Your donation in phase 1 has helped the following communities. Please read below where your money has had an impact on over 2000 families in Argentina

  • Itatí Soup Kitchen, Burzaco, which serves 87 families, purchased 50 kilos of meat.

  • Rural School # 571, Perugorria, Corrientes Province, purchased 55 kilos of chicken for their community.

  • Hogar San José, San Miguel, rewired the electrical cables in the playroom of the orphanage.

  • Comedor Los Bajitos, Troncos del Talar, repaired their freezers so that they can continue to feed 600 children a day.

  • Saberes, Salta Province, purchased 600 meters of paper hand towels, 20 masks and 10 medical protective clothing items for Hospital San Roque to help the indigeous Wichi community.

  • Villa Saboya, Buenos Aires Province, has 250 inhabitants. The teachers leave homework assignments at the only printing shop in town. The donation was used to purchase 32 reams of paper and 10 ink cartridges to photocopy the student’s homework to alleviate the financial burden on each family.

  • Apoyo Juan Diego, Troncos del Talar, received a 6 month supply of much needed medicines for one of their students and purchased a three month supply of medicines for two other students.

  • Rural School # 867, Perugorría, Corrientes Province, purchased 24 liters of bleach, 24 liters of detergent, 48 bars of disinfectant soap, and insect repellent for 24 families.

  • San Pedro Claver, Ricardo Rojas, added 30 day credit to 50 student’s cell phones so they were able to continue classes via whatsapp and purchased three cell phones for students enabling them to study.

  • Apoyo Copacabana, Boulogne, refilled the residential gas tanks so their families can cook their meals.

  • Apoyo San Francisco, Beccar, purchased 70 liters of bleach, 70 liters of dishwashing soap, 70 bars of hand soap, 70 cleaning cloths, and other cleaning supplies for 70 families.

  • Apoyo Niño Amanecer, Ricardo Rojas, purchased additional school supplies so the students can continue to do their homework.

  • Pies en el Barro, a foundation sponsoring Rural School # 143, Chaco Province, bought an additional stock of fresh fruits and vegetables for their three food kitchens.

  • Manos de la Cava, Beccar, made monthly birthday boxes to celebrate the children’s birthdays with a mini birthday cake and candles.

  • Hogar Santa Rafaela María, Beccar, purchased educational material to stimulate early child development.

  • Hogar Puerta del Cielo, Boulogne, purchased diapers, antibacterial soap, bleach and crayons.

  • Rural School # 396, La Bota, Santiago del Estero Province, purchased basic necessities including 14 kilos of tomato sauce, 14 kilos of pasta, 14 kilos of cornmeal, 27 kilos of flour, and 8 kilos of oranges for 27 families.

  • Fundación Umbrales, San Miguel, bought 4,500 eggs to add protein to the family’s meals.

  • Hermanas Trinitarias, Boulogne, purchased 25 glasses and 25 mugs for the girls living in the orphanage to use for breakfast and snack time.

  • Hogar San Justo, San Fernando, purchased undergarments and socks for their 18 orphans.

  • Apoyo Casa del Niño Nueva Familia, Tigre, purchased 80 boxes of pasta and 80 kilos of rice to accompany 80 families during quarantine.

  • Comedor Pancita Feliz, Beccar, purchased a month’s supply of food containers, adhesive film and carrying bags for their food kitchen that feeds 358 people per day (68 families).

  • Centro de Nutrición Pequeños Pasos, Loma Hermosa, purchased early childhood supplies for 350 children.

  • Apoyo Fundación Cielo, Villa Oculta, purchased a blender for the soup kitchen and 21 blankets to keep their community warm in the upcoming winter months.

  • Apoyo STARTE, Boulogne, purchased 2,840 liters of milk and 1,800 bags of cookies to provide an afternoon snack to 400 children every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday for one month.

  • Hogar Casa COR, Beccar, purchased 8 kilos of ground beef and 8 kilos of ‘milanesas’ for the 21 children in their orphanage.

  • Rural School # 583, Santiago del Estero Province, purchased 20 liters of cooking oil, 20 kilos of rice, 10 kilos of pasta, 20 cans of tomato sauce, 20 cans of peas and 13 cans of hash to add additional nutrients to their daily meals.

  • Hogar Casa Manu, Monte Grande, purchased cleaning supplies.

  • Hogar de Niños Maria Luisa, Villa Ballester, purchased thermal t-shirts, socks and undergarments.

  • Apoyo Capilla Sagrado Corazón, La Cárcova, purchased photocopy paper and ink cartridges so the students can continue to do their homework, food containers and dulce de leche.

  • Fundación Ruta 40, Jujuy Province, purchased additional food supplies for their families.

  • Apoyo Educar, Integrar y Crecer, José León Suárez, added credit to the family’s cell phones and purchased two phones to continue homeschooling during the quarantine.

  • Apoyo El Ceibo, La Lucila, purchased a two month supply of powdered milk and cookies for a Saturday afternoon snack for 50 families.

  • Apoyo Fundación San Martín de Tours, José C. Paz, purchased additional food supplies and cleaning supplies for their families.

  • Rural School # 596, Catamarca Province, bought additional supplies of lentils, rice and polenta for their students.

  • Rural School # 925 "Granaderos de San Martín", Santiago del Estero Province, purchased cleaning supplies: bleach, detergent, alcohol, antibacterial soap and cleaning cloths.

  • Fundación Fonbec, Mendoza Province, added credit to the family’s cell phones to continue homeschooling in remote areas during the quarantine.

  • Hogar Laura Vicuña, Don Torcuato, purchased cleaning products and items for personal hygiene.

  • Vientos Limpios, Villa 21, purchased additional food supplies and cleaning products for their families.

  • Cruz del Sur, Virrey del Pino, purchased 15 meters of tubing connecting water from the street to the kitchen, 100 bars of antibacterial soap and 300 bags to carry homework and food products.

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