Helping the community
2020 has definitely been a tough year for everyone, and the United States of America has shown empathy towards the less fortunate. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we’ve seen the donations they’ve made and the helping hand they lent to charity.
Autism Soccer, Our Grand Parent Foundation, and Volunteers in Action are organizations that have been involved in these actions; with the support of 786 Marketing Group, they’ve come together to collect money to help those affected by the pandemic.
So, now that we have a ray of hope with the vaccine coming to us, Tony Baldo and Oscar Amuse have developed igottheuscovid19vaccine.com. This website wants to show how proud we are to receive the vaccine and encourage others to be vaccinated. We want to look at the bright side and enjoy the quality time we’ve got to spend with our loved ones.
This website intends to gather donations to help the communities in need. Part of everything we get will be given to the volunteers to be spent on food and basic needs supplies to give to those who need it the most.
Only in 2020, over 350,000 vehicles were giving supplies; and we expect to raise the bar in 2021 with your help.
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Meet Our Founders
Oscar Amuz, founder of Autism Soccer (AS), a non-profit organization created in 2012, to promote social inclusion, through the teaching of soccer skills, in an environment of love, support and understanding. In turn creator of Gran Parent Foundation, in 2019, in order to run a series of programs and projects for the benefit of seniors and Volunteers In Action created in 2020 as a result of covid-19, with the aim of helping the community by distributing food and some basic necessities.
Always providing joy, emotional and mental support, wellness, healthy lifestyles, fun, food and much more.