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Rosca de Reyes in low-income neighborhood
On January 7, 2012, Letty Coppel Foundation went to the neighborhood  Loma Bonita with a Rosca de Reyes for children and families in the colony so they could enjoy this Mexican tradition. The place where this event took place was in kindergarten Rafael Buelna. They met more than 50 children to enjoy...
Rosca de Reyes in children’s homes
For the third time, on January 7, 2012, Letty Coppel Foundation appeared with Rosca de reyesat the children’s albergue Mi Ángel de la Guarda  to share with children who gleefully enjoyed a rich hot chocolate. For Letty Coppel Foundation is of great importance to the care of children who regularly...
Rosca de Reyes with people with disabilities.
On January 6, Letty Coppel Foundation shared the Rosca de Reyes with people attending AMAD, which is an institution that supports people with disabilities through arts and crafts as well as computers where students can learn skills to help them have better living standards. Letty Coppel Foundation continues...
Rosca de Reyes with volunteers
On January 6, 2012, Letty Coppel Foundation  shared rosca de reyes with the volunteers who participated in the delivery of toys to children from low-income neighborhood. Volunteers are employees of both hotels who like to participate in these activities. The intent of this activity was the coexistence...
Rosca de Reyes in school for the blind and visually impaired
This January 6th, Letty Coppel Foundation came to school Una luz hacia el mundo de ciegos y débiles visuales to share the Rosca de Reyes with the students of this school. The 30 students enjoyed the tread with a delicious chocolate prepared by the teachers. As part of the objectives of the Letty Coppel...
Juguetón 2012
On January 6, Letty Coppel Foundation in conjunction with Pueblo Bonito Hotels delivered over 600 toys in low-income neighborhoods of this city. Most of the toys were donated by employees of the hotels and the rest by Letty Coppel Foundation. The toys were delivered in low-income. Among the colonies...
Delivery of blankets
On January 4, 2012, Letty Coppel Foundation delivered 150 blankets to poor families in neighborhood Loma Bonita in Mazatlan. This delivery was made in coordination with the Albergue Mazatlan, who teaches a course on drug prevention in this neighborhood. The delivery took place in the facilities Rafael...