News from Around Banderas Bay | July 2009
|Do You Have 37 Minutes to Spare?|
As we have said many times over the past few months, never, in our wildest dreams, did we imagine the outpouring of support for the Food Drive that was created to assist those desperately in need after the fall out of the flu, slow economy in the Banderas Bay area - you name it - causing 1000's of locals to be layed off from their jobs.
|Stop by PVRPV on Tuesday, July 28th at 6 pm and help us make a difference in our community by lending a hand at the next Vallarta Food Drive Packaging Party. (video by PromoVision)|
Over the past few months many people here in Puerto Vallarta have donated tons of beans, rice, lentils, soup pasta and soup cubes and/or assisted in the "packaging parties" at the PVRPV office where, in an extremely short period of time, the individual food packages are put together to be distributed by the Jalisco DIF's (Social Services/Child Protective Services) various programs.
As we reach the half-way point of the program (we want to stick to our original commitment of distributing through the end of September) we need a couple more big "pushes" to make that goal!
So, if you have 37 minutes to spare on Tuesday, July 28th at 6 pm, stop by the PVRPV office, Pino Suarez #210 at the corner of Francisco I. Madero on the south side of Puerto Vallarta, to lend a hand at the next Vallarta Food Drive Packaging Party.
If you are unable to attend, you can assist us in reaching our goal by dropping off any of the following:
• Lentils (dried)
• Beans (dried, not canned)
• Soup Pasta
• Soup Cubes (like Knorr)
...at any of these convenient drop off points:
• PVRPV - Pino Suarez #210 at the corner of Francisco I. Madero on the south side of Puerto Vallarta
• The Coffee Cup - Condos Puesta del Sol, Local 14A, Marina Vallarta
• G3Mex - Blvd. Fco. Medina Ascencio 2600 B (100 mts from Hospital Naval)
To learn more about the Puerto Vallarta Summer Food Drive click HERE, or check out the fabulous PVRPV Blog for food drive updates and other interesting articles about the Banderas Bay area.