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A Helpful Spoon

A Helpful Spoon September 24, 2017 Next September 24th our SAI team and our contributors will have our first visit to one of the main hospitals in Carabobo. It goes by the name of "Carabobo Hospital" and it is a medical institution that it has been affected by the humanitarian crisis and the lack of [...]

By | September 19th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Trade Meals for Smiles II

Trade Meals for Smiles II August 27, 2017 This was our second time visiting "Enrique Tejera" Hospital and we were happy and more excited than the first one, we had a bigger group of volunteers this time and had more than 500 breakfast ready. Once we entered the hospital, it was amazing and rewarding to [...]

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Trade Meals For Smiles

Trade Meals For Smiles July 16, 2017 SAI’s first event at "Enrique Tejera" hospital focus on the shortage of meals, the department of pediatric surgery barely receives incomes to feed the kids once a day, so we put hands on it. 800 breakfasts were made one by one by the hands of our volunteers and [...]

By | September 19th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Playtime at the Orphanage

Playtime at the Orphanage June 25, 2017 What a perfect day! We had an awesome afternoon playing with all the children at "Maria Auxiliadora" Orphanage. The storyteller was amazing, the kids laughed at it like they were watching a cartoon and had plenty of joy. All of the problems, all of the sadness and hunger [...]

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First Fundraising

First Fundraising May 15, 2017 Starting pistol was fired! Seeing the problem is only one thing, doing something about it is a total different one. After getting approved as a Non-profit and getting our CERTIFICATION 501c(3) a race against time, hunger and sickness began. Our online presence was the first priority and thanks to Malca [...]

By | September 19th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

SAI Launching Day

SAI Launching Day March 9, 2017 From 2016, our Founder and current General Director, Steven Malca saw a problem that hasn’t been attended the right way. The hunger, the economic issues, the shortage of medicine in hospitals, the struggle for food and basic articles are a part of a lot of people in South America, [...]

By | September 19th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

In Venezuela, ‘The People Are Afraid’

July 12, Maria Lozano Venezuela was once the country of dreams—but those dreams have turned into nightmares. Such is the verdict of one of the country’s bishops. Case in point, Bishop Jaime Villarroel of the Diocese of Carúpano, told international Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need: Most of the young people in the [...]

By | June 23rd, 2017|news|0 Comments

Venezuelans are storming supermarkets and attacking trucks as food supplies dwindle

June 28, Joshua Partlow and Mariana Zuñiga CARACAS, Venezuela — In the darkness the warehouse looks like any other, a metal-roofed hangar next to a clattering overpass, with homeless people sleeping nearby in the shadows. But inside, workers quietly unload black plastic crates filled with merchandise so valuable that mobs have looted delivery vehicles, shot up the windshields of trucks [...]

By | June 23rd, 2017|news|0 Comments

Ruperta the Elephant is Starving in a Venezuelan Zoo!

April 15, Michelle Neff Venezuela is currently in the middle of a deep economic crisis. Since last year, there have been multiple media reports of zoo animals going hungry in the country, as the crippling economy has slowed food supplies. And now we have another heartbreaking instance to share with you. Pictures of a 46-year-old elephant named Ruperta who is currently at [...]

By | June 23rd, 2017|news|0 Comments

Enough is Enough!

The Telegraph Acelebrated Venezuelan composer who was the pride of his country’s government has turned against the nation’s leaders, telling President Nicolas Maduro: “Enough is enough.” Gustavo Dudamel, 36-year-old conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, whose prodigious talent inspired Gael Garcia Bernal’s character in Mozart in the Jungle, has long been championed by Caracas politicians. [...]

By | June 23rd, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments