Grants & Grantees

“Hoy Invita Simón” Small Grant Food Program

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Simón Bolívar Foundation has undertaken several initiatives that can help alleviate the effect of this disease in and out of Venezuela. This time the Foundation is launching a grant program called “Hoy Invita Simón” to help fund food initiatives in local communities hard hit by the economic and social impact of the pandemic.

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Grantees

Aid for Aids International Inc.

Reducing food insecurity for economically vulnerable populations, like the Venezuelan diaspora in New York by distributing food packages with a 2-week food supply twice a month.

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Big little JC Association

Supporting communities in need with baskets of vegetables, fruits, meats, and non-perishable items. The program aims to reach the members of the Venezuelan diaspora in the Greater Houston area that been economically affected by the COVID-19, especially families with special needs children.

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Food Rescue US

Opening community kitchens in Washington D.C. to distribute a total of 4,500 free meals for people in need during 9-weeks.

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Fulshear Outreach and Development Corporation

Providing 24,000 pounds of prepared meals and food pantries to communities in need for 5 months.

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SVC Foundation Corp.

Proving a food bank service twice a month for eighteen weeks in support of families in vulnerable situations in the Doral, Florida area.

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