This February, Curacao has partnered with P.S I Love You to spread love and empowerment to our youth.
The P.S. I Love You Foundation, a 501(c)3 founded in 1998, is dedicated to the development and implementation of effective Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum and mentor programs for at-risk youth. The goal is to empower youth with easy to use habits and life-skills to successfully manage the many emotions, challenges and choices of adolescence and live a happy, healthy and productive life. Help us spread the love this February through the proceeds of each purchase made at Curacao during the Month of February.
Live performances, fun activities, legal counsel and health checkups–the Curacao Foundation made it all available to the local community for absolutely free on Saturday, March 16, 2019.
As an effort to provide legal aid and other invaluable services to the Hispanic community Curacao stores serve, the Curacao Foundation hosted their annual Feria de Inmigracion.
Lawyers, nurses and other medical professionals and advocacy organizations were all invited and took part in assisting the community. Guest received free health check ups, were able to ask their pressing immigration questions and were lended critical legal counsel.
Live performers, including Bebe Coronel and Grupo Camino Tropical, added to the festivities of the event and children were able to enjoy playhouses and other fun activities.
The event not only successfully helped the local community but also raised hundreds in donations to further support immigration initiatives at the southern border. Donations proceeds went to more than 10 immigrant advocacy organizations to advance their efforts with the immigrant community.
The Curacao Foundation donated $500 worth of toys for the ninth annual “Feed the Hungry” event held by the Golden West Commandery No. 43 Knights Templar on Saturday, December 22, 2018 at the Bellflower Masonic Temple.
For the past few years the event has brought together the neediest families of the community of Bellflower to offer some holiday spirit and cheer.
The Golden West Commandery No. 43 Knights Templar gave away the toys and candies to dozens of children–all joyfully handed out by an organization member dressed as Santa, decked out in a red Santa suit and fluffed white beard.
The organization holds this event annually to assist the needy and homeless in Bellflower and surrounding area.
When the Vernon Police Department reached out to the Curacao foundation to request gift donations for their 2nd Annual Operation Santa in Vernon, California the Curacao Foundation was more than happy to help.
To help support their own community, the Vernon Police Department sponsored several families from Vernon City Elementary School. They chose low income families in dire need of assistance, like one family who had recently lost all their belongings in a house fire.
As part of their community assistance initiative, Curacao donates money, supplies and time to communities, like Vernon, in need of assistance.
The Curacao Foundation donated toys including Razor Scooters, board games, baby toys and E-games, as well as home items like booster seats and coffee makers for parents.
It’s not everyday that you get to make a difference in a child’s life, but this December Curacao did just that.
Partnering with Viking Law, a CA-based firm, Curacao donated resources and time, handing out free toys, trees and holiday food to hundreds of low-income Latino families as part of the 10th Annual Reseda Church of Christ’s “Santa Comes to Reseda” event.
“Curacao is committed to giving back to its community, and we are extremely proud to make this Christmas Giveaway and Toy Drive possible through our Curacao Foundation,” said Curacao CMO Ariela Nerubay .
The 10th annual event, held at the Reseda Boulevard Church of Christ, included free breakfast, lunch and fun-packed activities, including singing, music and snow fun.
This year’s events were magnified, serving over 500 families. Curacao donated over 2,000 toys and 250 trees with ornaments, Sophia Cortez, Director of the Curacao Foundation, said.
“We brought snow and Christmas donuts to children and families that needed to know that the spirit of joy during this holiday season is alive and well, ” Cortez said.“I am happy and feel especially blessed to be able to partner with the Reseda Church of Christ, along with committed faith leaders in the community of Reseda and Alex Djarbekian, from Viking Law, an amazing private sector partner with a deep commitment to social responsibility for the most underserved communities.”
“We understand how important it is to support the Latino community and ensure they can join the Christmas festivities regardless of their financial situation and immigration status,” Alex Djarbekian, head of Viking Law Firm, said. “
This is one of the several annual programs supported by the Curacao Foundation —a nonprofit organization founded in 2002 by retailer Curacao– to support the Latino community throughout the year. A percentage of every purchase at Curacaco goes directly to supporting many social and charity programs that enhance the quality of life of Latino customers across the nation.