Category Statistics

Thursday Statistics (07/09)

This past Thursday we were a group of eleven volunteers and welcomed two more Ticos into our group. We are really happy to see the number of locals increasing in our program! We started off at the usual place Bairro California and walked around the city skipping the Red District zone to avoid…

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Thursday Statistics (31/08)

This past Thursday we were a group of 8 volunteers and welcomed two more newbies into our group! We started off at the usual place in the AMPM in Bairro California and walked around the city according to hints we would get from the people we talked to of where there would be…

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Thursday Statistics (24/08)

Last thursday we were a group of 12 volunteers despite the rainy day. We started at our usual spot where we struggled to carry all the donations we had that day. We had “arroz con atún”, noodle soups, sleeping bags, sandwiches, orange juice, té frío, shoes, clothes and toiletries! Also, because we were…

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Thursday Statistics (17/08)

We are happy to announce that our Thursday night volunteers are growing and that we had a large group with us last week who were full of energy and ready to help. We started off at the usual place and just there we were able to help around fifteen people. Overall, we fed…

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Thursday Statistics (10/08)

Last Thursday we were a large group of volunteers with many new faces. As usual, we met a good amount of people at our starting point as they already know we are coming and also quickly ran out of most clothes as Gabriel, a young boy, claimed it was his birthday and therefore…

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Thursday Statistics

Last Thursday we were a large group of ten volunteers. We met a good majority of the people at our starting point, the AMPM in Barrio de la California, and continued through the Zona Roja, down to Avenida Central. In total we gave out food, drinks and clothes to thirty-three people; three children…

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Thursday Statistics

Last Thursday we gave sandwiches, drinks and clothes to 33 people living in San José’s streets. Fourteen of those were over the age of 30, five people were between 24-29 years of age, ten young people were between the age of 18-23, and four children under the age of 18. One of those…

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Street Outreach Statistics

Last Thursday we stuck to our usual route through the centre of San José, starting from Parque Nacional and passing through Calle Central. In total, we encountered twenty-three people, of which twenty were over the age of 30, two were between the ages of 18-26, and the last person we met was a young…

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“They Almost Killed Me”: Elisa’s Story

Last night, as we do every Thursday, volunteers headed out onto the streets of San Jose to offer assistance to those who were in need of food, drink, clothing, or just somebody to talk to. We encountered 23 people in total: three young people between the ages of 18-23, one 24-29 year old,…

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Thursday Statistics

Last Thursday, as always, Casa Milagro volunteers took to the streets of San Jose. We were able to distribute food, drink and even a sleeping bag (thankyou Rian for the donation!) to twenty people in total. We encountered seventeen people over the age of 30, two people between the ages of 24 and…

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