Delivering Covid-19 Survival Kits by Horseback!

Thanks to your help, Councilwoman Peñaloza was able to fund and form a community brigade to address the needs of these outlying communities. The group drove as far as they could and then transferred the food, medicine, clothing, and propane to horseback. After three hours of riding, they reached communities far beyond Cajas Patúl.

Volunteers pack a horse for a trip up into Cajas, high in the sierra.

Thanks to your help, Councilwoman Peñaloza was able to fund and form a community brigade to address the needs of these outlying communities. The group drove as far as they could and then transferred the food, medicine, clothing, and propane to horseback. After three hours of riding, they reached communities far beyond Cajas Patúl. 

The Cuenca Soup Kitchen and our partner organizations, Hearts of Gold and Snow Angles in Ecuador,thank you for making it possible to do this work.

Note: Special thanks to Des Dizney from Cuenca Soup Kitchen and M.J. from Hearts of Gold for the content used for this post.

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