Businessmen of Culiacan join in a donation program to give joy to the children of migrant farm workers of the company Agricola Belher.
The event took place on Saturday, January 14 at the facilities of Lo de Beltran CDC with the support of the institution AFOMAC (IAP). The companies that joined this collection were: Adam Club Culiacan, Marce Inzunza Nutrition, Plastic Surgeon Dr. Gerardo Sanchez Carvajal, Nugo Nutrition Everywhere, AP Nutrition, Maricela Peña, Ivanna Creative Studio, Comercializadora King Camarón, Isaac Irizar Nutrition and Diabetes, Alfa Training and Santa Ana Weighing Equipment Factory.
During the event, clothes and toys were given to the children who are being cared for at the company’s daycare center.
Agricola Belher focuses on fresh tomato production throughout the year in two regions of Mexico: in the state of Sinaloa during the winter and spring, and in the state of Jalisco during the summer and fall. Its high-tech production processes, best practices, and standards of safety and social responsibility are the three pillars that define this company.
AFOMAC is an institution of private assistance (IAP) committed to the education and training of women, which will be reflected in their families. It was founded in 1996 and incorporated as AFOMAC in 2003. It became a Private Assistance Institution in 2010 in Culiacan, Sinaloa.
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