CABEI supports more than 85 elderly in vulnerable situations


Panama City, January 19, 2022.- In solidarity and in order to contribute to improving the quality of life of more than 85 low-income elderly people living in the Bolivar Home, who are abandoned and have no family or responsible person in Panama, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) made a donation of US$3,000 for the purchase of medicines, food, and direct care.

"We are pleased to contribute to this initiative that will cover part of the organization's needs. It is important that they have nutritious food to improve the health of the elderly and, of course, that they receive specialized attention," said CABEI Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi.

For more than 130 years, Hogar Bolívar opened its doors with the hope of supporting elderly people in vulnerable conditions, a dream that has become a reality thanks to friendly hands such as those of CABEI.

This donation is in addition to several other actions carried out in 2021, including the Panama Club for the Blind and the Friends of Children with Leukemia and Cancer Foundation (FANLYC).

Initiatives such as these are part of CABEI's Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility System (SASC), which seeks to address the challenges and opportunities for the benefit of people in the region.