Hello! My name is Clarisa Quintero. I'm the director of the documentary about the family Morillo produced by Pear Video. If you're reading this, you probably saw it and need no further explanation.
If you're here, and have no idea what I'm talking about, I invite you to hear the story from their own words. Here's the short documentary. I can describe to you the situation they're going through with their kids, but it's better if you see it for yourself.
What's the money for?
The great solution for them right now it is to leave the country. Venezuela is no man's land at this moment. Gathering the money to pay for their medical expenses wouldn't do much if they stay in Venezuela. There's a severe health crisis going on right now and it's very very difficult to find medicines or have lab exams done.
I created this generosity campaign with the hope of gathering more than 1000 euros so they can afford to have a safe travel to Perú or maybe Argentina, countries that are currently having welcoming policies towards venezuelans. Maybe this way they can start a new life there with a proper health treatment for the kids.
Right now this is a foolish dream, since the baby boy, Aly, would need to be at all times in a cold enviroment. The trip to leave Venezuela would have to be well prepared, but I believe it is possible.
My limit is 1000 euros because I think it's a limit we can achieve and either way this would help the family to fight the crisis in these awful moments. They could buy an electric generator for when the power goes off. In Venezuela this happens frequently and it can lasts up to 24 hours. To a normal family this is an inconvenience, for the Morillo family it means that the air conditioners wont work and that the baby boy could sweat blood to death.
I wish this time the internet could surprise me and the Morillo family and help them to make the dream come true of being in a estable country where they can focus better on healing their babies.
Thanks for reading!