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CC LA MARINA DONATES MASKS TO THE AHEDYSIA ASSOCIATION

This Friday 18th June, the La Marina Shopping Center and Retail Park, located in Finestrat, donated four hundred masks to the non-profit organisation Ahedysia (Humanitarian Association for Degenerative Diseases and Childhood and Adolescence Syndrome), based in Villajoyosa.

This Friday 18th June, the La Marina Shopping Center and Retail Park, located in Finestrat, donated four hundred masks to the non-profit organisation Ahedysia (Humanitarian Association for Degenerative Diseases and Childhood and Adolescence Syndrome), based in Villajoyosa.

This donation was made by the centers marketing manager, Hugo Fuster, who, on behalf of the centre, handed over this much-needed medical material in order to make it available to the association. This is the first step in the relationship between these two entities in the form of collaboration and is expected to be the first of many.

This union is born within the line of the Shopping Center and Retail Park La Marina to establish ties with the local community, reaching out to those people, businesses or associations that require it. In particular, the relationship with Ahedysia will be extended throughout this year, since it was the winner of the vote in the social media of the center a few weeks ago that requested to choose a non-profit organization with the aim of helping its development and work.

The association, for its part, is dedicated to the care and therapy of children and adolescents affected by degenerative diseases and disorders, a very necessary task for groups like this one that do not have sufficient resources to be able to develop their activity in the best possible way.

In the words of the marketing manager of La Marina shopping centre and park, Hugo Fuster, "this collaborative action is the first stone of the project we want to build together with Ahedysia. We value their involvement and dedication in this hard but beautiful task, which is rarely visible or recognized but absolutely necessary. We are going through especially hard times that have hit entities of this type, and more specifically families, who cannot access the therapies their children need or even buy the necessary health material".

The president of the association, Antonia Escudero, added that "we are tremendously grateful to the La Marina shopping centre for its support and we hope that this is the first of many collaborations with our entity at a time when any door that is opened to us is a light towards hope". 

The heads of both entities have called a meeting in the coming weeks in order to plan actions that directly or indirectly give visibility to the work of the association and help them in their promotion and activities.