The actress posted a photo of her recent visit to Casa Alitas in Tucson, Arizona
Jennifer Garner’s Ben Affleck’s actress and ex-wife with friend Edgar Ramírez (Édgar Ramírez) in an immigration shelter between the United States and Mexico.
On Tuesday, the actress posted pictures of her recent visit to Casa Alitas in Tucson, Arizona, and posted a video on Instagram.
The protagonist of “Yes One Day” met with families living in immigration shelters and visited these facilities in cooperation with Save the Children.
In the two-minute clip, Garner, 49, explained that she and Ramírez, 44, will provide fruit to families who have just arrived at the shelter.
Afterwards, the mother of three children played with plush toys at a safe social distance, shared tender time with the children, and distributed soup, while Ramirez read a book to the children in Spanish.
Garner, the long-term ambassador of the organization, watched Save the Children’s activity kits for children of all ages and commented: “It always surprises me. They are made by many lovers. “
Next, Ghana looked at the donated clothing and supplies for pregnant women. Finally, the actors paid their respects at the memorial hall to commemorate the two dead on the desert road.
Garner also praised the work of Casa Alitas and the mission of Save the Children to help those most in need.
When talking about the wider crisis in the border area, Ghana called on fans to consider children and families in need.
He concluded: “This is a tricky and politicized issue, but babies and children are centered. It depends on our continued efforts to find solutions.” He also added a sentence to the Venezuelan co-star: “Edgar, thank you You added your heart to our journey. Thank you to everyone in Tucson, Arizona for taking the time to tell us your story.”
The actress summarized her visit to the shelter in 5 points:
Last week, my good friend edgarramirez25 and I visited Casa Alitas, a shelter for immigrant families, and one of the 35 savethechildren partners on the southern border of the United States. in conclusion:
1. Edgar put it best: no one wants to leave home. Children and families have fled unimaginable violence and disasters in their home countries and are arriving at the US-Mexico border. ♥️
2. Climate migration is not a problem for the future, it is happening. Save the Children warned that several countries are expected to go from drought to famine next year. ♥️
3. We met with officials of the Border Patrol and humanitarian aid workers; they are solving different aspects of the same problem. It is important to note that they have the same message: we need to carry out immigration reform. George W. Bush passed recent immigration legislation. Moving from one set of presidential decrees to another is expensive and unstable. ♥️
4. With the help of shelters like @casaalitastucson, Save the Children is fulfilling our mission of helping the most vulnerable children in the world. ♥️
5. People are very nice. Together with the amazing people who welcome tired travelers to Casa Alitas, we met organizations that provide legal services, doctors who provide voluntary medical services, and we spent time with Green Valley-Sahuarita Samaritans. Degas and I cross the road. The body was found on a desert road. In this case, a young man died of dehydration. Not far away, there was a cross to commemorate the body of the stillborn baby. The Samaritan’s ritual ends with “now”, which affirms the spirit of travelers and our connection with them. ♥️
6. This is a difficult and politicized issue, but with infants and young children as the center, we have the responsibility to continue to work together to find a solution. Thank you Edgar for cheering on our journey. Thanks also to everyone in Tucson, Arizona, and thank you for taking the time to tell us your story. ♥️
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