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We reaffirm our social commitment through various Lala Foundation programs. Our support for communities and the environment would not be possible without the involvement of all those who give of their time and effort.
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Social investment by Lala Foundation: $144,879,585 pesos
We accomplished our mission of contributing to the nutrition, education and health of the poor or disadvantaged, particularly boys and girls.
More than 57,000 glasses of milk delivered daily
Of this amount, 36,557 boys and girls in orphanages, student lunchrooms and indigenous shelters daily receive at least one glass of milk.
We supported 21,600 families whose homes were destroyed or damaged by earthquakes and hurricanes in Mexico with 815,600 liters of UHT milk. We will continue until we fulfill our promise to deliver one million liters.
We conduct various impact evaluations with our partner associations, from a description of the results to keeping a record of the affected communities, depending on their service models.
In some associations we sit on the advisory committees of their endowments and/or boards.
We publish the general results of these programs through our communications media, and since we are a second-floor foundation, we also rely on the publications and announcements of the partner associations themselves in individual reports or the public handling of their networks.
We have different channels of communication with local communities, like the Lala Service Center (hotline, e-mail and voice mail) and the foundation’s own social network accounts. We are also constantly in touch with the associations, receiving their proposals, comments and inquiries.
In 2017, Vigor’s Danubio brand received the Top Quality Brazil Social Action Prize for its support for the Special Chefs Institute, an initiative established in 2006 to facilitate workplace inclusion of people with Down Syndrome through gastronomy.
In Brazil, for more than 30 years Vigor has operated “Proyecto Escuela,” aimed at teaching children in a fun way about the process for making yogurt and other dairy products. It also raises awareness about environmental care and recycling.
Our volunteer strategy is in line with our Sustainable Development Objectives, and it is part of our adherence to the U.N.’s 2030 Agenda. Through various initiatives, in 2017 we helped communities in Mexico, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Guatemala.
Impact in Mexico
Main volunteer programs:
Through our distribution route, we support communities that need help in a number of areas, especially nutrition. This involves the work of product delivery staff, warehouse management and administrative control.
We were especially involved in the Cuatrociénagas 2040 project, where we are firmly intent on substantially improving the economic, educational, social and health condition of this place in a period of no more than 20 years.
Furthermore, in 2017 we were awarded the “Carranza El Constitutionalista” medal for our altruism and philanthropy, over 12 years of support for cooperative farming communities with the highest levels of marginalization, where we deliver dairy product each month.
We carried out reforestation efforts in the municipality of Salamanca with the support of volunteers from the Irapuato Industrial Complex, inhabitants of the El Tropezón community, and the advice of Reforestemos México A.C.
We planted species that the community uses to make jams and liquors to sell.
2017 Lala Marathon*
We held our 29th annual Lala International Marathon in 2017, with participants from 32 states of Mexico as well as from the United States, Colombia and Guatemala. Through this program, we promote sports while supporting a number of social causes.
*Results certified by the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF).
Impact in Central America
Our line of action focuses on three main areas: orphaned and disadvantaged children, disadvantaged senior citizens and the poor. We also work to protect biodiversity and the environment and help in emergencies and natural disasters.
Mobility for Social Progress Project: an alliance to help poor children overcome educational disadvantages.
We are one of the four main sponsors of Let’s Color Kilometers for Smiles, a race to raise money for an initiative that offers reconstructive plastic surgery for children suffering from cleft lip and cleft palate.
Fundación Hogar Tío Juan, which supports young people in continuing their education.