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Grandparents adopted by Letty Coppel Foundation adopted participating in Foundation Health Week

Imagen 077On Saturday 24 October, the  Grandparents adopted by Letty Coppel Foundation, who attend the institution Casa de dIA were engaged in activities to mark the Week of Health of the Elderly conducted the Municipal DIF System and SSA.
In the morning they were in the Walk for Health, held in the main streets of downtown San Jose del Cabo, to end at the forecourt of the Public Plaza.
At the end of the walk grandparents came to the attention modules for the elderly where they conducted tests for diabetes, hypertension and obesity and were made to the implementation of the pneumococcal and antiinfluenza vaccine, the latter to protect them from diseases in this winter season.

Conservation Medicine & Collection of Sea Turtle Samples Workshop

Imagen 068On Saturday October 17th, in the Hotel Pueblo Bonito Rose Ballroom, La Costa, a workshop on conservation medicine and samples of sea turtles was held, sponsored by the city of Los Cabos, through the Program for the Protection of Sea Turtles, the Grupo Tortuguero Las Californias, Pueblo Bonito Group and the Letty Coppel Foundation.

The workshop was conducted by Dr. Alan Alonso Aguirre of Wildlife Trust and Alan Zavala MC Norzagaray IDRC-IPN, who shared their knowledge and experiences regarding conservation medicine, biosecurity measures in the collection of samples and legal issues. The workshop was followed by an interesting question and answer session.

Upon completion of the event, a sea turtle with a transmitter was released. This is to help conduct further research on the route of the Olive Ridley migration.

Celebrating World Food Day

Celebrating World Food Day

Celebrating World Food Day

On October 16th, The Letty Coppel Foundation, in celebration of World Food Day, hosted a gastronomical sampling of food made from soybeans, in the elementary school Colonia Federal Democracies Urias in Mazatlan, Sinaloa. Certificates were also presented to mothers that had participated in a nutrition course.
The School Director, Professor Aureliano Pineapple Tirado welcomed everyone to the event and also thanked the Letty Coppel Foundation for the monthly food delivery program that provides 200 daily breakfasts for the children.
Engineer Benjamin Villela Lizárraga, Director of DIF, said that the result of the school breakfast program has been excellent and, thanks to the help of organizations such as the Letty Coppel Foundation, it is now possible to reach out to more students.
At the end of the event students, teachers and visitors enjoyed the variety of dishes made from soybeans, which were prepared with care by mothers who are part of the school lunchroom committee.

PAMAR Scholarship Program

Alumnos y padres de familia asistentes a la entrega de Becas PAMAR-FLC

Alumnos y padres de familia asistentes a la entrega de Becas PAMAR-FLC

Through the Letty Coppel Foundation, the Pueblo Bonito Group delivered 50 PAMAR Scholarships on Saturday October 10th. The event took place in Cabo San Lucas in the presence of the President of DIF Cabo San Lucas, Erika Martínez Ibarra, Vianney Franco Nuñez, General Coordinator of the DIF and Jesus Juarez Espinosa, Head of Citizen Participation, representing Ms. Carolina Heart Castro, President of the Municipal DIF de Los Cabos,

The PAMAR program serves children and adolescents in psychosocial risk situations. The scholarships provide financial assistance for the children to purchase school supplies, uniforms and transportation so they can continue their education.

On behalf of the beneficiaries, Juan Carlos Alvarado, a boy of Chinese origin, expressed his gratitude and pleasure from receiving the aid and reiterated his commitment to fulfilling his responsibility to be a good student and thus be a better Mexican.

School Breakfast Support Program is launched in Mazatlan

Entrega de despensas a escuelas beneficiadas

Entrega de despensas a escuelas beneficiadas

On October 9th, the Pueblo Bonito Group worked through the Letty Coppel Foundation to launch the Breakfast Support Program at the Elementary School Democracia, located in Uriah and the kindergarten Rafael Buelna. This benefits over 400 students at both schools.

This support is made available in coordination with the Mazatlan DIF System. The Pueblo Bonito Group provides the ingredients used by the mothers in each of the school kitchens to prepare breakfast for the children.

The Fundación Letty Coppel and the Pueblo Bonito Group’ s objective is to improve the students’ academic performance, by ensuring that the food provided meets the necessary requirements for a balanced diet.

The Director of DIF System Mazatlan, Mr. Benjamin Villela and the Coordinator of the School Breakfast Program, Ms. Magda Castillo, as well as directors of the participating schools, attended the event.

Link Sistema DIF Mazatlán

Delivery of supplies to the program “Regional Cooking”

cocinasThe Letty Coppel Foundation and the Pueblo Bonito Group delivered food and supplies to the regional kitchens located in Colonia Cangregos in Cabo San Lucas and Chamizal in San José del Cabo on October 8th. 5000 breakfasts are prepared weekly in these locations and distributed to 6 Elementary Schools, 7 Kindergartens and 1 Special Education School.

With programs like this the Letty Coppel Foundation contributes to the care of children in preschools and elementary schools, by providing the proper diet for the children, thereby improving performance and reducing absenteeism

School Breakfast Program receives second delivery

des4 On Thursday October 8th at 11:00 AM the Letty Coppel Foundation and Pueblo Bonito Group delivered the second supply of food to the School Breakfast Program.

With this participation, we are providing 5,775 children from 5 elementary schools in Los Cabos with a balanced breakfast and the nutritional content that allows them to perform better in school.

Letty Coppel Foundation are sponsoring the program “Adopt a Older Adults”

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The last 02 of Octubre Letty Coppel Foundation is committed to sponsoring 40 senior citizens attending daily to the institution Casa de Dia located at kilometer 41.5 of the Highway Transpeninsular.

As a sponsor in this important event attended by executives of the Pueblo Bonito hotels.

The godparents gave pantries, celebrated the birthdays of the month in addition to live with the grandparents the morning of that day.

Food Donation for the elderly

Caras de felicidad de las Abuelitas al recibir su despensa

Caras de felicidad de las Abuelitas al recibir su despensa

As part of its commitment to the “Adopt a Senior” program the Letty Coppel Foundation and the Pueblo Bonito Group delivered 40 packages, with products suitable for their diets, to the seniors who came to the Institution Casa de Dia on October 2nd.

Donation to the institution Casa de Dia

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Last Friday, 02 Octubre Pueblo Bonito Group executives visited the Institution for Social Assistance Casa de Dia and in collaboration with Letty Coppel Foundation gave Appliances, White, food and musical instruments

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All this as a result of philanthropic activities Letty Coppel Foundation in support of various social charities.
Casa de Dia is a public institution administered by the Municipal DIF System of Los Cabos, there are provided recreational services such as music, dance, meditation, yoga and other food and are given to people over 60 years. It has a team of professionals caring for older adults who serve them in all their needs nicely.
Thus Pueblo Bonito Group and Letty Coppel Foundation take up this activity as a social commitment fit with the community and most vulnerable social groups.