Bake and sell cookies to provide groceries for low income families in Cali, Colombia through Casa San Jose, a Foundation focused on the city’s most vulnerable people since 2010.

30% of Colombia’s economy is informal, meaning it depends on daily activities such as street sales and garbage recycling. These jobs provide just enough to cover basic daily needs in good times. Sadly, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the need for help increased dramatically, as many in this underclass became unable to work due to sheltering restrictions. The country is #10 globally in Covid-19 cases (as of 8.5.2021) and families are struggling to bring food to their homes.

I’m sure you all have different ways of helping others, but if you have $5 to spare and want to try our delicious cookies, please consider contributing to our goal. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Casa San Jose

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Casa San Jose started in 2010 as a center to welcome the city’s recyclers, an unrecognized and hard job in Cali that offers the lowest compensation. The center’s objective was to recognize the recyclers’ contribution, and acknowledge their needs by offering a safe space for food and access to healthcare

– Olga Maria de Chamat

Since THE BEGINNING OF THE PANDEMIC, all efforts and fundraising activities are geared towards offering basic food to the growing number of families supported by the Foundation