With the support of YouAreHOPE I was able to give food to people in the street with need in Venezuela

2 months ago
58 in venezuela

Hi guys my name is Reny Ochoa, I'm 19 years old and I'm from Venezuela! I hope you are well.
Today I bring you this post where I gave 130 arepas to more than 100 people at the central hospital in my city to people who needed them.

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I invite you to watch the video to better appreciate the experience and see the whole process

For those who do not know, arepa is the typical Venezuelan food, here we have breakfast and dinner with arepas ... but with the crisis this has been a challenge, the flour bread is not obtained in supermarkets and to obtain it we have to buy it resold at high prices, not so easily accessible for people with limited resources.

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I helped them thanks to you. I also hope to continue doing this with your contribution and in next time not only give 1 arepa for each, nor 25 in total, i hope to give 50 ... 100 arepas !! and not only food but also give them clothes, shoes, flannels ...
Thanks to steemit i can give food to homeless people

That's what I said in my previous post, and I was not expecting the result and the feedback!
In steemit, donations began to arrive and in my city people became interested in steemit.

What only came as an idea still has a long way to go thanks to you. Many people were helped and many more will be helped thanks to your support.

This time we made 130 arepas but next time we will make more food !! yes, we did it because I did not do it alone, after doing the previous charity work many people started to get interested, to ask and were motivated to support the project; some with donations in steemit and others with physical help like my best friends @untalsaul and @diego-ar who joined steemit after explaining what it is, and they helped me to cook the Arepas

5 kg of bread flour and 6 kg of corn dough for the Arepas (I combined them)
2 tomato sauce, 3kg of cheese, 1kg of chicken mortadella and 1kg of red beans.
They were used to make a total of 130 arepas and provide dinner to more than 100 people in great need at the central hospital.

And this is just the beginning.

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The box was filled with Arepas plus the ones in the bag.
And everything was possible thanks to Steemit and YouAreHOPE

We went to the central hospital in my city because there are always people there who have several days waiting for familiars, some have weeks there, with nothing to eat, or only eating 1 meal a day or what people give them.

By giving an Arepa to this man he answered us with a "God bless you for your work that you do before God eyes"
I asked him how long ago he did not eat an arepa and he told me that he had time without an arepa
He told me that he would leave the arepa for breakfast and I told him to eat it, that i will gladly gave him another one for breakfast.



This man told us that he had already 3 weeks waiting for an operation on his arm, he can not move it.

He also believed that we belonged to some church and he asked us to pray for him.

This man lives outside the central hospital in a cardboard box and "lives",barely, from the tips that people give him for car care in the parking lot of the hospital.


Today I received more "God bless you" today than last year. And that blessing I extend to all those who contributed a little to help where they need it most.

I invite you to watch the video to better appreciate the experience and see the whole process

I want to finish thanking you guys:



As a field representative for steem's only worldwide block chain transparent humanitarian aid foundation, YouAreHOPE, I was able to do this service mission with the help of @YouAreHOPE's organization and the donations made by the loving and generous steem community. Please visit the YouAreHOPE blog to learn more about our work around the world to help people who really need it.

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With almost 300 Steem to continue, that money still has a long way to go.
In December I will start doing this more often and helping MANY MORE PEOPLE
Christmas is a time of giving and receiving love, it will also be a time when many people will be more affected by the crisis that is experienced in Venezuela and our mission is to help the most needy Venezuelans in these desperate times.

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This is exactly what makes Steemit and the Blockchain stand out
Awesome work

👏 👏

I am glad #thealliance is supporting #youarehope

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Yees! we can show the power of steemit and what happen when a comunnity stand together for a good

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exactly and I feel we will see more and more of it

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Excellent use of the blockchain and its capabilities. Good on ya!

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Thanks for the support guys! <3

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Amazing dude! I hope the adventure helps you too!
#thealliance

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Great job! The video almost made me cry! Thank you for being an amazing human being!

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ohhh you are so sweet

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Excellent work there @malos10. Keep up the good work.

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Thaanks you for the support you are giving us my friend <3

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This is great! You have a good heart.

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Thanks for your nice comment my friend and thanks very much for the support you are giving us!

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You are doing a great job, God bless you

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nice work, god bless your all team workers,
it very helpful for all people, best of luck

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Love seeing things like this, way to go bud!

#thealliance

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saludos dejenme felicitarlos por la iniciativa en esta red eso nos hara crecer como red social, vere que les puedo mandar de donacion asu trabajo siganasi que estos si son los VENEZOLANOS CULTOS Y DECENTES los que construyen y trabajan, NO los ue guarinbean ,queman, matan y destruyen en nombre de una FALAS LIBERTAD

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God bless you all guys.
this is heartwarming.
your action resonates love to universe
I bid you all good fortune!
Much love! <3

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Excellent article and video.

I look forward to seeing more. What is your next plan?

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Thanks you my fella, i will keep helping people in need!

i want to help childrens, because they need the help of adults to survive

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Western Puerto Rico, ravaged by the devastating hurricane is our next iniative to focus on. As we continue to raise more funds for the efforts ongoing in Venezuela, Nigeria and the Philippines.

-YAH

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@malos10

I am so very proud of you, little brother! I am so glad we are friends now. You continue to inspire me, and your work with our first attempt together to help people, inspired me to create @YouAreHOPE as you already know!

I love you. Good work. GREAT video!

Yours in service,
SirCork
Founder: @YouAreHOPE
Steem Witness

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Thanks my big brother, i'm just a tool of the big project that is helping venezuela! and all of that because @YouAreHope

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No man. No.

All that because of YOU and the generous loving people of the steem block chain community who gave to help spread HOPE. Help, Opportunity, Purpose & Empowerment.

YOU

YOU are HOPE.

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I really like how you did this post!

The video was great. It was a good length, well edited, simple and told a great story.

The video is simple and easy to relate to. Helping people in need is a good story.

From a news reporting and political standpoint, it takes us inside a hospital in the country and allows us to see how people are dealing with the difficult crisis.

From a cooking standpoint it introduces us to a classic Venezuelan food and shows us how it is made.

From a Steemit standpoint, posts like this add a lot to the community and make us feel like we are making the world a better place. Steemit is making the world a better place, but not all the benefits are so simple, immediate and clearly seen.

From an improvement standpoint there is still a lot of English grammar issues. For example, “flour bread” should be “wheat flour.” Or “I asked him how long ago he did not eat an arepa” should read “I asked him how long it has been since he had an arepa and he said that it has been a long time.”

Note: I used to teach English as a foreign language so I understand all the crazy grammar rules English has. I am sorry, -I didn’t write all the rules. And I do not want to discourage you from writing, but improvement is difficult if you don’t know where you are getting it wrong.

Overall, another great post that adds value to Steemit, and brings the world a little closer. Keep up the good work.

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ooh mann i always love yours comments haha!

i know exactly what u mean with the grammar issues, i dont know a lot of english lenguage rules because i learned english playing video games online, talking with people since a very young age (7), i learned ,first, using the google translator and later i started to mememorizing the words so i dont needed to translate them after.

thanks you for commenting my post!

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Tu inglés está muy mejor de mi español. Deberias estar orgulloso con tu mismo para comunicar este en un segunda idioma! Keep learning and keep up the good work. This is an inspiring use of this social media website!

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Hi @malos10, I just stopped back to let you know your post was one of my favourite reads and I included it in my Steemit Ramble. You can read what I wrote about your post here.

If you’d like to nominate someone’s post just visit the Steemit Ramble Discord

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This is incredible and can't believe all the support Steemit, Steem, and YAH has been able to provide for the people of Venezuela.

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Yees, this way we can show the real power of steemit!!

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What a cool story! The world needs more of this.

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awww you guys <3 I have no words just lots of love for both of you.

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love for you too <3 have a nice week!

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awwww very good job you have done appreciated... keep going

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Great job with this. That is amazing that you and your friends cooked these up and took them to the people waiting at the hospital. I know that your country is in desperate need! I am glad you have been able to get help here on Steemit. Keep doing great work and helping out your country. God bless you!

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Hola amigo. Ya te sigo..!!! Esta triste realidad que vivimos actualmente los venezolanos podemos revertirla. Estoy seguro. Y esta plataforma puede sernos de gran ayuda. Necesitamos fortalecer una comunidad que sea consciente que nuestras decisiones (a la hora de elegir nuestros gobernantes) deben ser racionales: pues ellas van va a definir nuestra calidad de vida futura. Sé que eres una persona preocupada y comprometida con el fortalecimiento de esta plataforma, por eso te invito a leer mi Post: Forging a Leadership 2.0 in Venezuela with Steemit (https://steemit.com/spanish/@aud-perez/njziy-project-forging-a-leadership-2-0-in-venezuela-with-steemit-proyecto-forjando-un-liderazgo-2-0-en-venezuela-con-steemit).

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