SAN FULGENCIO, in the Vega Baja region of Costa Blanca, has just started a collaboration that will provide housing for vulnerable families in the municipality.
The town’s mayor, José Sampere, and the president of the Esperanza Pertusa Foundation, Esperanza Navarro, signed the agreement for two years.
The agreement involves the foundation transferring a house to the council, which will be managed by the Department of Social Services and allow vulnerable families to be accommodated in cases of greatest need.
“We want to thank Esperanza Navarro and the foundation that represents the help that they are always willing to provide to the municipality of San Fulgencio,” said the mayor.
He added, “A help that is materialized in a mutual commitment to collaboration for the next two years.”
The Esperanza Pertusa Foundation was born in 2014 with a very clear role of service to society, especially to groups in vulnerable situations.
It’s a mandate direct from its President, Esperanza Pertusa, who has been instrumental in working with San Fulgencio Ayuntamiento.
The foundation has key values that include empowering people, promoting diversity and gender equity and establishing solidarity as a base on which to build.