Abarcans to collaborate with four non-profit organizations as part of the Better Care Community Program

Community projects dedicated to improving quality of life islandwide to impact 8,000 people

San Juan, PR – More than 8,000 people will benefit from projects led by the four non-profit organizations Abarca employees selected as partners of its Better Care Community Program. The program will support the efforts of health-related non-profits that work to improve the quality of life of communities islandwide.

After evaluating proposals from 50 applicant organizations, Abarcans voted to select Consejo Renal de Puerto Rico (Puerto Rico Renal Council), Ciencia Puerto Rico (Science Puerto Rico), Hogar Albergue Jesús de Nazareth (Jesus of Nazareth Shelter and Home), and Hogar Infantil Jesús Nazareno (Nazarene Jesus Children’s Home) as beneficiaries of the program, which will allow the organizations to carry out projects to improve the health and wellbeing of the people they serve in Puerto Rico.

More than 8,000 people will benefit from projects led by the four non-profit organizations that Abarca employees selected as partners of its Better Care Community Program.

“At Abarca, we continuously challenge ourselves to do things differently, and this program is no exception. These four organizations share our commitment to finding a better way to deliver healthcare to communities, and I believe we will do so together,” said Jason Borschow, president and CEO of Abarca.

Abarca will help Ciencia Puerto Rico in the “Seeds of Success” program that will give 100 high school girls the opportunity to explore STEM careers along with “Borinqueñas,” women with distinguished careers in science technology, math, and health. Through workshops and a scientific divulgation project they must conduct with a mentor, the girls will explore STEM and health disciplines, practice their leadership skills, and help impact another 3,000 girls throughout the island.

For Consejo Renal de Puerto Rico, Abarca will support the update of an electronic platform that allows clinical laboratories throughout the island to be interconnected to report renal function data obtained from the Glomerular Filtration index. In addition to adding a function to generate maps with the registered data for the benefit of epidemiology reports.

For Hogar Albergue Jesús de Nazareth and Hogar Infantil Jesús Nazareno, the Better Care Community Program will provide medical equipment for an onsite clinic and pediatrician’s fees to care for participating children.

With the Better Care Community Program, which was designed and is managed entirely by Abarca employees, the four organizations will receive funding and consistent volunteer support during the next three years. Abarca employees chose the organizations based on their potential impact on the community, their alignment with Abarca’s fundamental values, and volunteering opportunities for Abarcans.

“The Better Care Community Program is a valuable opportunity for our company to place our resources and competencies at the service of projects with the potential to improve many people’s health and quality of life significantly. We are very impressed with these organizations’ commitment to their communities, and we look forward to helping them exceed their goals,” Nayda Rivera, a pharmacist at Abarca and the director of the Better Care selection committee.

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