LOS ANGELES, Nov. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Curacao, the largest Hispanic-centric retailer on the West Coast serving diverse communities in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Tucson and Phoenix, has just announced a partnership with Viking Law, a CA-based firm headed by Alex Djarbekian. Both Curacao and the firm ––which has handled and litigated complex and often high-profile legal cases––, will bring full Thanksgiving meals to 425 low-income Latino families across Los Angeles, which is battling one of the major wildfires burning in California.
Through this partnership, and for the 15th year in a row, Curacao continues strengthening its commitment to millions of Hispanic families and millennials across Southern California by donating hundreds of turkeys in an event quickly becoming one of the city’s Thanksgiving largest meal distributions.
Low-income and underserved families will be able to celebrate one of the country’s top holidays by receiving hot meals and sides worth nearly $50 each. Each 6-person meal package will come with a whole turkey (22 pounds each), 6 servings of whole russet potatoes, one can of gravy, canned corn, wild rice, broth, carrots, cranberries, salad and stuffing.
“We understand how important family values are to the Latino community, and none of them should ever have to miss a special occasion due to a lack of financial resources,” said Ariela Nerubay Curacao’s CMO. “That is why, as part of the Thanksgiving spirit, Curacao is extremely proud to serve its community on this special date by providing healthy meals to hundreds of Latino families who, otherwise, would not be able to join this celebration.”
Alex Djarbekian, head of Viking Law Firm, said, “We are honored to partner with Curacao to make it possible for hundreds of Latino children, their parents and their friends to gather around the Thanksgiving table. It’s one of the many ways in which our company is committed to the well-being of this community.”
Families will be able to pick up their meals on Tuesday, November 20th, from 7PM to 9PM, at the parking lot of the store located on 1605 W. Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles 90015, California.
Meals will be provided only to those recipients who have previously obtained a voucher or a ticket number by texting PAVO to 474747. The voucher or ticket number must be presented in order to receive the meal.
The “Curacao Turkey Giveaway” initiative is one of the multiple programs created by the Curacao Foundation —a nonprofit organization founded in 2002 by retailer Curacao–, to support the Latino community during the holiday season. Also, as part of its continued efforts and demonstrated commitment to the Hispanic community, Curacao will donate a percentage of all Black Friday sales to the Curacao Foundation.
Curacao is the leading Hispanic-centric retailer on the west coast serving and lending to Latino communities for over 38 years with twelve approximately 100,000 square foot mega-stores in Southern California, Nevada and Arizona and at icuracao.com. Curacao stores offer Latino communities access to the best technology, home & fashion products from premium brands, as well as travel & money transfer services on credit.
Curacao founded the Curacao Children Foundation dedicated to providing needy Latino families with scholarships, free resources and merchandise to help improve children’s quality of life. The foundation celebrates children every year with the production of a massive children’s fair that attracts over 30,000 attendees and showcases over two dozen non-profit organizations dedicated to supporting and educating families in need. Curacao is headquartered in Los Angeles. For more info visit https://icuracao.com/.
About Viking Law:
Viking Law Firm provides aggressive representation to people who have been injured or harmed by an individual or corporation through a team of accomplished lawyers, who do not back down and will make their clients proud of electing the firm to represent them.
Located in multiple cities across California, the firm has handled and litigated complex and often high-profile legal cases featured on CNN, KTLA, Fox, NBC, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times and other media outlets. For more info visit: https://www.vikinglf.com and www.accidentes123.com.