Mariangel Tovar, Miss Air Venezuela 2019 carried out a support work for some of the most disadvantaged communities in the Sucre State of Venezuela, according to the president of the Miss Earth Venezuela Organization, Prince Julio César.
Prince Julio Cesar
Mariangel, a native of Cumaná Estado Sucre, has always been very attentive to the different problems that occur in her community and is constantly looking for concrete solutions that she can support, especially those most in need.
Julio Cesar Prince
This weekend, in the midst of a social quarantine in Venezuela, Mariangel addressed the following communities: Brisas del Golfo, Paraiso, Gran Paraiso, and Voluntad de Dios, following all State regulations and taking all precautions in the midst of the Pandemic, and delivered 1,000 face masks, 300 food combos, as well as milk and diapers, for mothers with young children.
Prince Julio Cesar
With the support of the same communities they organized into small groups of 5 people to avoid crowds, and as the deliveries were made, the group changed, and everything was possible thanks to the support of @tati_market_cumana and @ elfamoso2005c as well as of the assistance of Civil Defense and the State Police.
Prince Julio Cesar Presidente del Miss Earth Venezuela
With this initiative, Miss Air Venezuela 2019, seeks to help people with fewer resources, ensuring that they can have at least a face mask, to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus that affects all of us as a society today.
Pr?ncipe de la Belleza, Prince Julio C?sar
For Prince Julio César president of the Organization, seeing their queens committed to social action is an accomplished goal, since for everyone in Miss Earth Venezuela Beauty with Cause is paramount. "We invite you to show solidarity, especially to those who may need us the most," Prince Julio César says.