FBS Charity Events in Brazil

FBS keeps helping people all over the world. This time, we held two charity events in Brazil – in Rio de Janeiro and the Tocantins. Due to the shortage of governmental support, many Brazilian families, especially those with children, have been experiencing dozens of issues. Sometimes, they cannot even afford to buy food products and other necessities. FBS could not stay apart. Two teams went to the areas lacking the infrastructure and provided families in need with the food kits. The limitless gratitude shown at their faces was priceless. What a motivation to keep working hard and helping as many people as possible!

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