Un gran día en San Isidro de Canónavas

Señor, hoy ha sido un gran día en tu nombre. La Fundación Bendecidos para Bendecir estuvo en San Isidro, Canóvanas. Entregamos 17 cajas plásticas con más de $100.00 en compra. Además, comidas militares, caja de agua, cajas de merienda, ropa, zapatos, velas de citronelas, repelentes de mosquitos, juguetes y filtros de agua.

 

Gracias Shirley Font, Jose Raul Calderon, Rafael Oxíos y Carlos Strubbe DEA Caribbean Division. Elsa Odette Rodriguez, Raquel Otheguy, Luis Enrique, Liza R. Antoni,Raquel Rivera, Carlos Cardona, Nancy A. Rodriguez Cardona. Gracias mil a Ricky y Mabel Ufret por donar 20 filtros de agua. Bendecidos todos.

Gracias, gracias y gracias a todos nuestros voluntarios de Fundación Bendecidos para Bendecir que trabajaron super en Amor.

 

Fundación Bendecidos para Bendecir agradece infinitamente a Ricky y Mabel amigos de nuestros hermanos voluntarios Shirley Font y Jose Raul Calderon, por su donativo de 20 filtros de agua entregados en San Isidro ayer sábado. Bendecidos

Publicado en Facebook Page Fundación Bendecidos para Bendecir el 19 de noviembre de 2017. Compartido por Martha Sylvia Torres

La Fundación en Univisión TV

Tras el paso del Huracán María la Fundación adoptó a 20 familias damnificadas de la comunidad de San Isidro de Canóvanas, Puerto Rico. Para apoyar esta causa envíe su donativo por ATH Móvil al 787-292-1319 o por internet con tarjeta de crédito o cuenta PayPal.

Entrevista a Martha Sylvia Torres, presidenta de la Fundación de Bendecidos para Bendecir. Programa televisivo “Unidos por los Nuestros Puerto Rico” transmitido el 13 de noviembre de 2017 por Univisión de Puerto Rico (Canal 11-1 WLII).

Hurricane Maria The Latest In A Series Of Crises For The American Red Cross

MIAMI – The last two months have been “a testament to what the American Red Cross can do,” with Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico just the latest in a series of crises, says the organization’s Regional Communications & Marketing Director, Grace Meinhofer.

“Three hurricanes, the California fires, we helped with the shooting in Las Vegas and we also assisted the Mexican Red Cross with the earthquake. We can’t do it without the help of volunteers and people who are ready to deploy at the time of need,” says Meinhofer.

In this interview with Beet.TV, Meinhofer welcomes additional volunteer manpower, but she stresses that preparation for any man-made or natural crisis requires advance preparation.

“There’s a need anywhere that there is a Red Cross chapter. This is the time for people to go to their local chapter, get training, get registered.”

When it comes to hurricanes, this has probably been the worst season the Red Cross has ever seen, according to Meinhofer.

“We heard about Irma and Maria coming right when we were working Hurricane Harvey,” Meinhofer says. “So as we are attending to two other hurricanes, Puerto Rico is also getting ready for the hit of Maria.”

In the U.S., the Red Cross manages some of the shelters that open when crises occur. “Puerto Rico is in charge of managing. So we support the government in whatever it is that they need to support the people from the island.”

To date, more than 500 Red Cross staff and volunteers have visited all 78 of the municipalities in Puerto Rico, according to Meinhofer, distributing food, water, Pampers and other supplies. “They come from anywhere. We have people from Alaska, we have people from Michigan.”

One of the group’s most important services has been “reunifying” people who are separated from their families because the power grid has been immobilized. The Red Cross uses satellites to reconnect them via their cell phones, regardless of whether family members are on Puerto Rico or elsewhere.

Acknowledging that the impact of Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico will be long-lasting, Meinhofer encourages the involvement of new Red Cross volunteers. “We can’t do it without the help of volunteers and people who are ready to deploy at the time of need,” she says.

Beet.TV interviewed Ramos at this week’s Festival of Media/LATAM conference, where the STAND WITH PUERTO RICO: The Industry Steps Up initiative was launched. STAND WITH PUERTO RICO is joint effort by Omnicom Media Group and Beet.TV, with AT&T AdWorks and Teads as Founding Sponsors.

This video is part of series highlighting the pressing issues facing Puerto Rico. It is part of a media industry initiative to help the island organized by Beet.TV, the Omnicom Media Group. The program launched this week in Miami.

Publicado en YouTube.com, Canal Beet TV el 7 de noviembre de 2017.

En Cruz Roja, voluntaria puertorriqueña apoya damnificados del huracán Harvey

Grace Meinhofer-Rodriguez, ¡Gracias! por hacer que Puerto Rico y Miami brillen. Tu labor como voluntaria de Fundación Bendecidos para Bendecir ha sido una bendición. Gracias por servir a los demás en momentos de tanta necesidad. Eres un orgullo para la Fundación y para Puerto Rico.

 

Publicado en Facebook Page Fundacion Bendecidos para Bendecir el 1 de septiembre de 2017 a las 10:07 am.

Ser Mamá, trabajo a tiempo completo

Si estás buscando trabajo, hay una oferta de empleo fijo para toda la vida, se desempeñe como se desempeñe. Un puesto de trabajo seguro, al que no te exige desplazarte o moverte de casa, que te brindará de emociones y de momentos verdaderamente mágicos, pero que te exigirá mucho esfuerzo, horas extras y por el que no tendrás remuneración económica. ¿Qué te parece?

The Rising Tide: Europe’s Refugees Wash Ashore in Greece

You’ve probably seen footage on the news of refugees arriving in Greece by boat, but you’ve probably not seen anything like this. You’ve heard opinions about who they are or what they want, but you can see it firsthand in this video. These are the ones lying destitute on the road, and we must be the Good Samaritan. As team leader Dan Stephens shares, “We are the first faces they see when they land.” It’s our calling to show them the love of our Savior, and that is what many of you have helped us to do by your generous gifts. Learn, pray, and get involved here ▶http://bit.ly/1WNfyDO