31 wheelchairs were delivered to citizens of different neighborhoods
MAZATLÁN.- Inclusion is an art in which we must all get involved in any way.
This morning, the Municipal Institute of Culture, Tourism and Art of Mazatlán, the Mazatlán DIF System, and the Academy of Special Dreams Foundation, founded by the Mazatlan artist Michael Dergar, made a massive donation of 31 wheelchairs for people of different ages. with special abilities.
It was in the portico of the Angela Peralta Theater where the delivery took place. There, the beneficiaries received the desired support for better mobility in the city, at the beginning they had contemplated the delivery of 30 wheelchairs, but in the event the citizen Héctor Lizárraga joined this charity by donating one more, increasing the amount to 31 in all.
Gabriela Peña Chico, President of the Mazatlán DIF System, during her message thanked those who made it possible such as the Alhambra Rotary Club, the citizen, among others, and said she was excited because the municipality is more and more inclusive.
José Ángel Tostado Quevedo, Director of the Institute of Culture, indicated that they will continue working hand in hand with the Academy of Special Dreams and thus continue setting up more galleries where the protagonists are people with special abilities, to support their development as artists and activate them economically with the sale of the art they do.
Michael Dergar, the founder of the Academy of Special Dreams, expressed his excitement to support the Mazatlan community, and as a sign of this support, he recognized the Northern Rotary Club of Mazatlán, the Institute of Culture, Sistema DIF Mazatlán, and those who were part of this great event.
In the physical delivery of the wheelchairs, some of the beneficiaries were Francisco Pacheco, Verónica Barrón, Leonardo Solís and Alfonso Alba, who showed their happiness for the quality equipment they received.
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