A Cuban mother With four children, some barefoot and visibly hungry, she went to the home of comedian Limay Blanco on Tuesday to ask for help. after he was evicted from a rental and then from a market where he took refuge with minors, a baby of a few months, another boy of two years, a girl of four years, and another 11 years.
Blanco, at the head of a humanitarian project, said via Facebook, “I want to help, but not like this! I don’t have your solution. “It won’t happen that they will reject you and come to my house; I am not the boss of anything.”
The philanthropist, surprised and worried about the situation, stated several times in his broad directness that he did not want to know anything about the police or the government: “I am a Christian, and your solution is in the hands of God,” he told the mother, who was brought to the artist by two elderly neighbors.
The woman told the artist that her address was in Altahabana, but she had not lived there since she was 15 years old. He explained that Guanabacoa had rented it, but they had to give up the rent. He said that the eldest son asked for money in that area, but it was not determined if this was the reason for the expulsion.
The woman’s husband only takes care of the minors “when working” and is now out of the province, according to some of the woman’s words.
Blanco offered lunch to the mother and her children, as well as clothes and shoes, but made it clear that he could not resolve the situation in their shelter.
He told the woman The Ministry of Christ Changes Lives that he coordinates has 13 pending housing solution cases it is a gradual process that depends on the donations it receives from people inside and outside the Island.
Overwhelmed, the philanthropist complained that he could not take care of all the people in need and would not allow them to show up at his house unannounced.
Last week, a mother with three young children—one of whom was seriously ill—who was homeless, came to Blanco’s house. The family of the comedian also fed the four and included that case in the priorities.
The comedian has already given 31 homes out of a total of 100 where he proposed to change the lives of families. with critical situations.