In support of the @blacklivematters movement, the Foundation launched a campaign that is of great importance for the country and worldwide. It is a call to conscience as a human being, as a unified society without labels, reinforcing respect for good actions, among other values, important for our existence.
In Costa Rica, prostate cancer is not only the second most common cancer in the population, but it is also the cancer with the highest mortality rate after skin cancer. This risk of contracting this asymptomatic and silent disease increases with age, and it most frequently appears after 50 years of age.
During the month of December 2019, with the support of different social groups, the Geovanni Vasquez Foundation was able to deliver dreams, hope, gifts and the best Christmas wishes to the neighbors of RAIZAL DE COLORADO, from Las Juntas de Abangares, Guanacaste.