78 Mano Amiga School Students Received Scholarships

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78 Mano Amiga School Students Received Scholarships

24
Jul,2016

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TodoTicket, Venezuelan company responsible for the administration and management of social benefits and prepaid products, renewed its support to the students of the Mano Amiga School. The company contributed with Bs. 2.1 million for the scholarship program which benefits 78 students of seventh grade in this educational institution, located in Filas de Mariche, Caracas. Today, Banesco and its CEO, Juan Carlos Escotet give you some information about this great CSR project.

Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: TodoTicket provided scholarships to Mano Amiga students

Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: TodoTicket provided scholarships to Mano Amiga students

Patricia Riera, general manager of TodoTicket, stressed that it is essential to support the development of the country by the educational path. According to what she mentioned, the team reaffirms their commitment to the Mano Amiga School, because they are aware about the history of that institution, which make them offer a comprehensive education to their students, who are formed with a high commitment to excellence.

Riera also said that the plan sponsor-oriented to the education of students of Mano Amiga will continue. She stressed that, apart from the monetary support TodoTicket provides, they will also work hand in hand with the institution to promote values such as responsibility, quality, trust and commitment. The team of TodoTicket bets on the future of the country and is committed to that work.

About Mano Amiga Schools

Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: Children benefited

Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: Children benefited

Mano Amiga Institutes are schools founded by the Christ’s Legionaries, through the Altius Foundation, which seeks to improve the quality of life and reaching to overcome the life of children and young people from the most unfortunate sectors of the country. In Venezuela they have two schools, one in Filas de Mariche and another in Turgua.

Mano Amiga is a project of social education and integral development for communities. In addition, the objective is saving thousands of children from poverty and marginalization, to be good citizens and good Christians. These projects are aimed to the population at risks of:

  • malnutrition,
  • disease,
  • violence,
  • crime,
  • vices, etc.
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