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Last week representatives of the Dominican-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce – CCITPRD and the Honorary Consulate of Portugal in the Dominican Republic, donated 40 dresses to the Hogar del Niño school in La Romana.
The donation was delivered by Margarita Mexicano and her husband, Raquel Reino da Costa, Honorary Consul of Portugal in the DR, Paulo Alves and wife and representatives of the Hogar del Niño.
Dress a Girl Around the World is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), founded in 2009 in the United States, with the mission of making dresses to donate to girls in different countries, bringing them dignity, protection and hope.
In Portugal, it started its activities in May 2016 led by Vanessa Campos. In April 2018, Dress a Girl Portugal (DAG-P) became a non-profit association that promotes intergenerational sewing meetings, combating the social isolation of the elderly population, promoting self-esteem improvement, sociability, sharing knowledge, improving family dynamics and promoting the health of its volunteers.
See below photos taken by Mairobi Herrera during the delivery of dresses to the girls of the Hogar del Niño: