750 families received support from the Solidarity Project

An effort by Riteve along with the Public Police and Transit Police.

A total of 750 families received one bag of groceries from the Solidarity Project developed by Riteve during this previous week in partnership with the Public Police and Transit Police. These aids were generated in response to the crisis that many families are going through due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The inspection lines at the Heredia Riteve Station became a solidarity factory on May 1st when more than 50 Riteve and Transit Police volunteers enlisted, and packed food and other products donated by Riteve. On the other hand, the Public Force, in coordination with community living forces such as local emergency committees, development associations, and similar, made the deliveries.

Riteve has a strong commitment to support its neighboring communities in different ways and this was not going to be the exception. We strongly believe that if each company and organization join forces and serve their neighbors, we can gradually cover all the communities in the country and make sure that no home has to suffer from food shortages,” said Jennifer Hidalgo, Assistant Manager of Communication and CSR.

The bags of groceries were distributed among the neighboring communities of the 17 Riteve Stations located throughout the national territory. This initiative is expected to bring many other companies and institutions into similar projects to support those in need and that these efforts help the country succeed.