Aligned with our purpose of Feeding a better tomorrow, we have delivered an average of 12,000 food rations to 4 common Pots, during the first week of our Pots that Develop initiative.
The New Jerusalem, Familias Unidas, Hijos de Villa Hermosa and Mamitas Unidas soup kitchens were the first to receive donations of food equivalent to a month's supply of their basic food basket.
These actions have been possible thanks to joint work between Alicorp and strategic allies such as Juguete Pendiente and Exitosa, to whom we hope many more will join. We want to promote joint work with various sectors, which allows us to build a sustainable and scalable model, and can help thousands of Peruvian families in the coming years.
About the initiative:
With Pots that Develop, it is expected to have a positive impact on common pots at the national level so that they can be sustainable and scalable over time, not only through food donations; but also with the donation of utensils, training for the people who lead and manage the day-to-day of the pots; and through visibility and the search for strategic allies to join forces in multisectoral work.