Campaign promotes the production of coats for socially vulnerable women

Campaign promotes the production of coats for socially vulnerable women
Campaign promotes the production of coats for socially vulnerable women
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The dedication of public servant and artisan Juélita Andrade to manual work is recognized by relatives and friends. “I am passionate about craftsmanship. More than a hobby, the handmade product develops creativity and enables new ways of collaboration and innovation,” she explains. The server is one of the enthusiasts of the While the Cold Doesn’t Come campaign, an initiative by the Secretariat of Justice and Citizenship of the Federal District (Sejus-DF).

The materials received will be used to make coats that will be distributed to women in situations of social vulnerability served by Sejus-DF | Photo: Disclosure/Sejus-DF

Since the beginning of March, the initiative has had a partnership with Terraço Shopping and Venâncio Shopping, and now it also has a partnership with Armarinho Milano to collect crochet and knitting lines. The materials received will be used to make coats that will be distributed to socially vulnerable women served by the department.

“The initiative provides an opportunity to value the most vulnerable so that they face the cold with dignity and comfort. It means welcoming and warming those who need it most”, says the Secretary of Justice and Citizenship, Marcela Passamani. In this new stage, the campaign continues with the objective of mitigating the impact of low temperatures and will also collect warm clothes and blankets in partnership with Supermercados Big Box, Ultrabox and Atacadão Dia a Dia.

Check out the collection points and make a difference:
– Milano Haberdashery
– Atacadão Day by Day
– Big Box Supermarket
– Ultrabox Supermarket

*With information from the Secretariat of Justice and Citizenship of the Federal District (Sejus-DF)

The article is in Portuguese

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