Children in El Salvador receive toys from Los Angeles

Photo VD / Patricia Martinez.
This is just a sample of the toys that were collected in Los Angeles for the children of poor communities in El Salvador.

By Patricia Martinez

The corner of Vermont Avenue and Cordova Street, in the city of Los Angeles, California, known among the Salvadoran community as “Little El Salvador”, it was the scene at hundreds of people were given appointment, to donate toys, that Christmas will be given to underprivileged children.

This is the edition number 23 the Telethon Pro toys made by the Salvadoran Antonio Ayala, Director-producer Hola El Salvador USA, thanks to the support of the Latino community living in the city angelina, and artists, businessmen, friends and viewers.

With longing, Ayala recalled the beginnings of this project, does 23 years. "Thank you for trusting us to bridge the gap and bring thousands of toys to the children of our country". And he recognized "in all honesty, I never expected Telemaratón Pro toy, It was to become the most anticipated by the community project '', said producer.

All toys and received during activity, organizers said, go straight, without intermediaries, into the hands of children in El Salvador, ensuring transparency and credibility.

During the activity, also collected school supplies, sports equipment, wheelchair, crutches, their spirit, Disposable diapers.

Photo VD / Patricia Martinez.
During the activity, small traders were able to offer typical Salvadoran dishes.