New solidarity achievement of Lope de Vega school: 17 sponsored children in Uganda

New solidarity achievement of the Lope de Vega school: 17 sponsored children in Uganda because of the success of the Solidarity Christmas Fair, in which its educational community has demonstrated its generosity, commitment and joint effort raising a total of €3.661,03€.

This amount will be used to sponsor children in Uganda, where every euro makes a difference in the lives of these children. With a monthly fee of 18€ or an annual fee of 216€, the Lope de Vega International School has managed to sponsor 17 children through the ONG Rafiki Africa. Through this sponsorship they are provided with health, education, food and a future full of opportunities.

Solidarity Christmas campaign

Furthermore, through the Christmas solidarity campaign, Lope de Vega International School has made a significant contribution to alleviating the needs of the most disadvantaged communities through institutions committed to improving society globally. The funds raised have been mainly destined to the Rafiki Solidarity Project, with our Rafiki-Carmen Pérez González School in Uganda.

Solidarity achievement Lope de Vega: 17 children sponsored in Uganda. Carmen Pérez González School

The most supportive educational community

Our students have played a crucial role in this initiative, actively participating in various solidarity activities. They have demonstrated fundamental values such as empathy, commitment and solidarity, essential in their personal and collective growth.

This figure has been obtained thanks to the participation of the entire educational community in various activities: solidarity markets and cinema, sports activities, euro marathon, Christmas raffle, lottery tickets and collection of food and basic products.

We express our sincere thanks to all those who have made this solidarity achievement possible. Your contribution has made a difference in the lives of these children and their families, giving them hope and opportunities for a better future.

Thank you for being part of this wonderful solidarity initiative!

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