The initiative will receive proposals until next October 16; It will be a benchmark for other states in the country. Photo: Cuartoscuro
With the purpose of improve the quality of life of vulnerable communities in Jalisco, a call was launched for young people between 18 and 25 years of age to present social assistance projects that will be financed up to one million pesos by the private initiative.
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Jack Levy Hasson, founder and president of the construction company Grupo VEQ, pointed out that the Program “Human Entrepreneurs, with a vision of a World that Works as a Team”, seeks to have a great impact on society with innovative and sustainable strategies that modify the quality of life of those who have the least.
He stressed that this initiative, which will receive proposals until October 16, will be a benchmark for other states of the country, so he hopes that more businessmen will join the program of support for young entrepreneurs.
Stakeholders will have to present projects where they explain what problem they want to address, how this situation affects the community and what are the technical and human resources necessary to change reality, in order to have a measurable impact.
“There is an urgent need for a new generation of people to take action on the matter and work to find solutions, instead of complaining and waiting for someone else to solve it, so it is necessary to strengthen the citizen muscle that triggers social changes,” said Levy.
The call can be consulted on the electronic page: http://jacklevyhasson.com/emprendedores-sociales/
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