“We have so many Venezuelan friends and neighbors in the Energy Corridor, and our hearts go out to them as their country suffers,” said Sherry Campbell, owner
Energy Realty intends to continue to raise money for I Love Venezuela throughout the year by donating a portion of sales to the foundation. The foundation was selected because of
“I know the founder of I Love Venezuela, Santi Chumaceiro, and they have provided so much aid to Venezuela in the form of education, health, and social development,” said Soraya Goode, Realtor at Energy Realty.
In order to bring awareness to the crisis in Venezuela, Soraya Goode and her fellow Venezuelan agents intend to have a strong presence at the Energy Corridor International Festival with food provided by Pastelitos, artisanal products from Venezuela, and entertainment.
The owner of Pastelitos, JR Criollo is originally from Venezuela and opened his restaurant on Eldridge Parkway in 2011. He serves a unique blend of Latin and Venezuelan flavors, but specializes in the Venezuelan
“We had a strong turnout of support from the community at the Art is An Outdoor Market and collected a lot of donations for the children of Venezuela on March 23,” Soraya added. “We expect to raise even more aid at the International Festival.”
Houston is one of the most diverse cities in the United States, and the Energy Corridor is one of Houston’s most diverse communities. Please join us in celebrating all of our cultural differences and join Energy Realty in their effort to help Venezuela. You can also go online to ilovevenezuela.org to make donations directly online.