Dignity, a sense of pride in oneself. Self-respect.
In Ecuador, there’s over 400,000 Venezuelan asylum seekers and refugees. You can’t miss them, they’re on street corners, in parks, and outside of grocery stores humbly asking for a little help.
So let’s help.
In the past few months, we’ve purchased Dignity Kits for Venezuelan refugees living here on the streets. These kits might be more commonly known as hygiene kits, but we feel Dignity has a much better ring to it, don’t you agree?
Being a refugee during a pandemic is not easy, and when food and shelter are hard to find, other necessities like hygiene become secondary.
This is why we’ve assembled Dignity Kits containing essentials like soap, shampoo, deodorant, nail clippers, feminine pads, alcohol spray, toothbrush, toothpaste, and a razor, all in a reusable bag, to be passed out to those that have sacrificed their hygiene for more “important” things.
We’re sure you agree, having the basics to maintain health and preventing disease specifically through hygiene is essential everyday, but especially during a pandemic.
Our goal is to share 200 Dignity Kits, which means giving at least 200 smiles as well. Would you like to help a neglected refugee? Some are young and pregnant, many are elderly, others, scared kids, all deserving of the human right of health and hygiene.
These kits are not only hygienic, they provide self-worth, pride, decency, boost morale, and give Dignity.
100% of any kind gift will be used for those in need.
Each kit only cost $11.00, but are actually priceless.
If you would like to help, please click here.
Thank you for your consideration.