On February 3rd, Fundación Cárdenas and the Culiacan Food Bank signed a collaboration agreement to work together for the benefit of the most underprivileged families in Villa Juárez. Mr. Daniel Cárdenas Izabal and Lilia Carolina López, President and Director of Fundación Cárdenas, and Daniel Tapia, Director of the Culiacan Food Bank were signing the agreement.
Fundación Cárdenas is an institution created in 2015 that manages, links, and coordinates community engagement projects. They develop sustainable and self-management projects, which help communities to live better by promoting their active participation to improve the lives of rural people through community work and training. Founder Daniel Cárdenas Izabal has been working for more than 70 years alongside rural people as a horticulturist for the Tricar company. Living closely to their needs, he decided to promote an initiative to improve the quality of life of people working in the field, consolidating in 2015 with the creation of Fundación Cárdenas.
“The sustainability of the countryside centers on its people” – Daniel Cárdenas Izabal
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The Food Bank of Culiacan is a private assistance institution whose mission is to provide food assistance to the most underprivileged people in Sinaloa.
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