A SONG FOR VENEZUELA

VIA hosted an operatic concert by the renowned Venezuelan soprano María Brea, accompanied by the organization Orchestrating Dreams, the percussionist Yeickov Vital,  and the young singer Rebeca Marchan.

«For one night, Maria’s voice was our voice. We want to reach higher and further to continue raising awareness about the situation in Venezuela and the challenges faced by its displaced people in the world.» -Hector Arguinzones, VIA’s founder. Watch video here.

2021 WINTER COAT DRIVE

VIA has continuously given its community winter coats, sweaters, and accessories for five years. In 2021,  265 people were beneficiaries of this program. 65% of them came to the US in 2021. 78% are seeking asylum.

Some of the significant challenges they shared with us as displaced people are finding affordable legal assistance, and covering the rent, without a stable job due to their legal limbo status.

HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE IN FOOD AND PREPAID METROCARDS

In 2021, the number of Venezuelan families and individuals facing Immigration Court proceedings exceeded our expectations. This is why a program like this is more necessary than ever since the vulnerability of this group is more significant.

This is an ongoing duty and with your help, we will continue providing emergency aid to those forced migrants in need. Will you support this program today? Donate here.

Cena Navideña

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«We are an organization of Venezuelans for Venezuelans where all the services we provide are completely free. What we do at VIA is on a voluntary basis and tailored to the possibilities of each person ” -Wendell Oviedo, VIA’s member and volunteer since 2016.
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