The activity was attended by the Canadian ambassador Shauna Hemingway
Santo Domingo.– The multinational Gildan announced the delivery of a donation of RD$2.4 million in favor of the six schools that the company sponsors in the municipality of Guerra, as a result of the proceeds during the fifth edition of its social responsibility initiative, Gildan Glow Run.

More than 2,400 people participated in the 5-kilometer run/walk, including collaborators, family members, community groups and strategic partners, who came together to contribute to the education of hundreds of low-income children

The Arcadia Reyes, Cleotilde Castillo, Apolinar Concepción, Tomás Hernández Franco, Basilio Frías and Eugenio de Jesús Marcano polytechnic schools are the beneficiary educational centers that Gildan will help to meet some of the priority needs they present.

Upon knowing the amount of the contribution, the directors of the schools expressed their joy since with this extraordinary contribution they will be able to improve the conditions of their schools, and they thanked the company that offers them constant support to better develop their mission.

In addition to collaborating with a good cause, the Gildan Glow Run is an event that promotes an active life, integration among colleagues and healthy entertainment, this year featuring a humorous presentation by Liondy Ozoria and his pet Ñeñeco, as well as a Zumba show by the renowned Carlos Torres, while the animation was made by Raeldo López.

Likewise, the activity provided the perfect setting for the debut of the Gildan Dancers, a dance group made up of employees who, after several weeks of rehearsal, performed before a large audience with applause and enjoyed their choreography.

The Gildan Glow Run 2018 was sponsored by Hispaniola Freight Service, AFP Popular, Crowley, Humano Seguros, Grupo Ramos, Henríquez y Asociados, AIDSA, Watertek, Syncro Logistics, P&P Metalmecánica, Aislamiento Térmico Los Cachirulos, Jiménez Cruz Peña, SAS Industrial, Aderca , Madeinsa, Sunix, Atlantic Caribbean Packing, Sidasa, Haina International Terminal, Chiqui Eventos, Allied British Corporation, Avery Dennison, Blanco y Prieto, Finotex, Agroindustrial Biomass, Food and Beverage Selection, Carimerca, Serviport, Hispaniola Plant Vivero, Rosario Basora , Segasa, Sidoca, Suplitek, Tecno Supplier Dominicana, Transporte Premium, Vanter and Manzanillo Fabián, Stop K9, Agua Alaska, Fastenal and 34 Eléctricos.

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