Marty Estevez helping nuns in Venezuela

My 83 year old aunt is a retired mother general (nun) in Caracas, Venezuela with the Servants of the Most Blessed Sacrament. This community of nuns, 130 total, have dedicated their lives to running schools, caring for orphans and works of mercy with the poor for 120 years. Now they have become needy themselves.  Due to the deterioration in Venezuela, food, hygiene products, vitamins and medications have become a luxury, unaffordable to the general population. We do have a secure way to transfer funds and also must ship items that they are unable to acquire.  My family and I have been shipping boxes to Caracas for several years and recently added a shipment to a community in Maracaibo.  At this time due to the situation worsening, (skyrocketing inflation, pandemic, etc.) their needs have increased exponentially and they are desperate .  Any help, however small is highly appreciated and would go to help fund the aforementioned items and shipping expenses.  Our shipments are also secure and we have never lost a shipment.  Can you help me provide for these sisters who have given their lives in service for others? Thank you for your prayers and your generosity. 
Marty Estevez
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Marty Estevez Lopez 
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Saint Petersburg, FL
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