Children in Puerto Vallarta were grateful after receiving gifts as part of “Juguetón 2019, a gift from the heart”, organized by the DIF, together with TV Azteca and Plaza Caracol.
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A total of 30 groups of collaborators of DIF, municipal government and donors of the Juguetón 2019, arrived at all the colonies of the municipality to deliver toys to underprivileged children in Puerto Vallarta to celebrate Día de los Reyes Magos, the day traditionally when children receive holiday gifts in Mexico.
Flor Campos, mother of five, from the Ixtapa delegation, thanked DIF for the gifts her children received. “Thanks to DIF, TV Azteca and Juguetón, for giving my children a gift; For me, it is very important and it gives me great joy because in reality my husband and I were not going to be able to give anything and they are happy with their toys”.
As well as the children of Flor, a total of five thousand children could receive a gift this Three Kings Day thanks to companies, educational establishments and above all, people with big hearts who made their donation to the DIF System.
“It is a pleasure to be sharing with these beautiful little ones. It fills the soul and the heart to be able to share and see their smiles, it is a great satisfaction. In DIF we are an intermediary and this is the result of all the people who trusted us and gave us a toy, ” said the president of DIF.
On this occasion, the National Chamber of Commerce and Tourism of Puerto Vallarta (CANACOPE) was part of this campaign; the Barceló, Occidental and Secret’s hotels; Casa Ley, Govacasa, Carl’s Junior, Hospiten, Reduit, Xona, Chrysler Puerto Vallarta, Honda, El Pitillal, Mayra Ramírez, as well as the educational centers Cecytej 07, Secondary No.15, Secondary No. 81; Hispanic American, Alfred Nobel and Ameyali colleges.
Also donating, general secretary of the City Council, councilors and the dependencies of the municipal government such as Social Development, Education, Public Services, Urban Planning and the Municipal Institute of Youth (IMAJ).