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100 smiles: Visit to the John Langdon Down Foundation

The collaborators had the opportunity to sponsor 100 children.

As part of the initiatives for human development and social contribution of Franslux, the company made an internal collection of toys, which were delivered last April 30 in the visit to the John Langdon Down Foundation.

The collaborators who participated in the collection had the opportunity to sponsor 100 children between one and 15 years old; Likewise, those attending the visit made the delivery of toys and lived with the children. “We thank Franslux for celebrating this Children’s Day with us!”, The foundation published on its social networks.

The association provides educational, medical and psychological attention to children, adolescents and adults with Down syndrome. It was created in Mexico City on April 3, 1972 and is currently the headquarters of the Mexican School of Down Art and creator of the cafeteria chain Tres 21 Arte Café, in which children and young people are integrated into society having a trade that helps them become self-sufficient.