Las Tunas, Cuba.- Rodolfo León Jiménez, marketing specialist of the Bank's Provincial Directorate, said that these actions are equally beneficial for those who deliver the donations as well as for children, who are the main beneficiaries.
"The idea comes from the marketing area together with the provincial directorate, considering that this is a very sensitive issue that demands the interest and collaboration of all, because we believe that this action will remain in the hearts of these children that received those gifts."
According to León Jiménez, they shared a memorable afternoon celebrating International Children's Day: "experiences like these are imprinted in the soul and in the heart."
This demonstration of humanity and love finished among smiles and songs, affective gestures, a piñata and a cake that made the delights of kids.
The activity was another demonstration of the virtues cultivated by the Cuban Revolution during 60 years, which have opened paths of social inclusion based on equality of possibilities, on routes laid by the José Martí's precept that "Children are the hope of the world."
The homes for children without family protection were created in Cuba on January 20, 1984 by indication of the Council of State, when dictating Decree Law 76, which establishes the creation of a national network for social assistance and care of minors without protection of their parents or relatives.