ANYONE who’s lived on the Costa del Sol for a few years will have heard of Lux Mundi, but they might not know exactly what it is.
So in order to showcase their charitable work to the public, members of the foundation in Torre del Mar are hosting an open day.
Taking place on May 19 at its base on Avenida Moscatel, the day will help people understand what Lux Mundi does to help the community.
The day, running from 11am to 5pm, will also be an opportunity for visitors to find out about the activities and services it offers, including day trips.
The Lux Mundi foundation was set up in Torre del Mar in 1994 and has also had a base for over 40 years in Fuengirola.
It was created to heal the divisions among Christian denominations after the Franco era and cares for the coast’s needy.
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