Escoboza has made arrangements with the State Commission of Human Rights (CEDH), which organizes the program, to commence early delivery of the donations to the families of the seven “adopted” children.
Poblado Miguel Aleman, Sonora (PRWEB) March 27, 2015
Gilberto Salazar Escoboza, general director of agricultural companies Videxport S.A. de C.V. and Empacadora Frutícola Santa Inés S.A. de C.V., has adopted seven children through the Adopt a Child From the Coast program and initiated an early donation to the sponsored families. Though most sponsors who contribute to the program adopt one or two children, Escoboza has personally adopted three children; he adopted four additional children through Videxport and Frutícola.
Although Adopt a Child From the Coast has not officially commenced for 2015, Escoboza has made arrangements with the State Commission of Human Rights (CEDH), which organizes the program, to commence early delivery of the donations to the families of the seven “adopted” children. The first donation was made on Friday, March 13, 2015. In this phase of the program, sponsors provide for a six month period the basic needs of the “adopted” child beginning from birth up to two years old, with milk and diapers distributed on a monthly basis.
The milk and diapers, delivered directly to the families in need by a representative of Videxport, are purchased at an approximate cost of $1,000 (pesos) per infant per month. In addition, Videxport provides Christmas gifts to the adopted children at the annual Christmas party organized by CEDH. The Adopt a Child From the Coast program provides much needed relief for families who otherwise would not be able to afford these basic needs for their children.
Gilberto Salazar Escoboza’ continued support of underprivileged children in the coastal town of Poblado Miguel Aleman, also called Calle 12, stems from Gilberto’s desire to help those who are suffering from unfortunate situations. It is an extension of the support he shows to his employees, many of whom come from this coastal area to work at Videxport and Frutícola throughout the year. Escoboza first became involved in Adopt a Child From the Coast in July 2013, at which time he also sponsored seven children for a six month period.