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On Saturday April 16th, a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Ecuador. Hundreds of people died and thousands of families lost their homes.

Many people have been rescued but the lack of shelter puts survivors at severe risk. Thousands of families are facing rapidly deteriorating conditions on streets, fields, open-air stadiums, and hastily built shelters while waiting for relief.

We are conducting a crowd-funding campaign to support initiatives that assist victims of the ...earthquake with shelters and housing reconstruction.

At this early stage your contribution will help support Steven Lozano, an Ecuador-based American builder who is building temporary shelters with recycled materials found from the debris.

Help us help the victims in Ecuador by making a contribution to our campaign. Your money will make a real difference and it could save lives.

To make a contribution, please click image or link below:

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Support 'Ecuadorian Shelter Initiative' by donating or sharing today!
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EFFNY will donate half of the money raised through ticket sales to The Ecuadorian Shelter Initiative and its crowdfunding campaign. #EFFNY 2016!

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Hipster & Ecua, EFFNY in Bushwick!

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EFFNY will donate half of the money raised through ticket sales to The Ecuadorian Shelter Initiative and its crowdfunding campaign.

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We will not stop!

Colmena added 36 new photos to the album: ¡Manos a la obra! — at El Matal - Jama.

Una compilación de fotos del trabajo de construcción, entrega de kits lúdicos y familiares en El Matal por los voluntarios de Colmena.
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Steven Lozano

As some of you know I have been helping out at the coast of Ecuador and its been a non stop´process, plus running GREEWOOD BUILDERS here in Quito, its been a no...n stop process for months now and I sure dont know when to stop and take a break, SO LIFE made me stop and chill out. Thursday night I was hit by a drunk driver and damaged my truck . I was leaving the next morning to head back to EL METAL with our team.

NOW truckless, and having some time, i relised i sure did need it.
i slept in today (8:30 wahooo), made breakfast , actuially enjoyed a cup of coffe at home and went on a small hike. ( yes that is still relaxing for me)

PEOPLE please be carefull, watch others on the road, and know your limit, TAXIS are cheep here , cheeper then paying for damages to others cars. nor less taking the lives of someone becasue you had to party.

MUCH LOVE ALL BE SAFE

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On April 16th, a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthqueke hit Ecuador. hundreds of peopl died ant thousands fo families lost their homes. Many people have been rescued but the lack of shelter puts survivors at risk. Thousands of families are facing rapidly deteriotating conditions, while waiting for releif. Help us help the victims In Ecuador by coming out to hear some great local bands.

Donation $20.

Mexican Food from Taqueria Cinco

Interactive Kid's 'Concert + Kids' Yoga 3:30 -5:00 p.m., $5 per child.

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JUN11
Sat 5:00 PM EDT1253 Whitney Ave, Hamden, CT 06517-2812, United States
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Friends of music in Connecticut! Come out to hear some great local bands and support the victims of the earthquake in ECUADOR*. Families welcome!

June 11

Mexican food from Taquería Cinco...
Interactive Kids 'Concert + Kids' Yoga 3:30PM
Concert 5PM

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BOP TWEED
UKE RODNEY
ELEGANT PRIMATES
LINES WEST

*All proceeds go to ECUADORIAN SHELTER INITIATIVE

Whitenevville Cultural Commons
1253 Whitney Ave., Hamden.

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Good morning everyone, a 6.8 earthquake hit the Ecuadorian coast again early today. Thankfully no major damages have been reported, but this is a reminder that even after a month of our previous 7.8 earthquake, we can't stop helping. Please don't stop donating and sharing our link and help us continue to rebuild our beautiful country.

Support 'The Ecuadorian Shelter Initiative' by donating or sharing today!
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The second edition of the Ecuadorian Film Festival in New York, #EFFNY #OneEcuador taking place June 2-5 will donate half of the money raised through ticket sales to The Ecuadorian Shelter Initiative. Thank you EFFNY!

"On Saturday, April 16th, hundreds of Ecuadorians lost their lives and thousands lost their homes. But Ecuador did not lose hope, and today an entire country is... working tirelessly to overcome adversity. I look forward to a festival full of great films and a warm, positive, and enthusiastic crowd," says Christian Ponce, director of the film festival.

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The second edition of the Ecuadorian Film Festival in New York (EFFNY) announced its movie selection, and, that a portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Ecuadorian Shelter Initiative in support of the Ecuador earthquake victims.
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Construcción de albergues junto a la comunidad. El más reciente trabajo fue para una señora que tuvo su bebé el día del terremoto.

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The Ecuadorian Shelter Initiative added 7 new photos — with Valentina Ramia.

After having completed the first shelter in Canoa, Steven Lozano's team continues with the mission, working side by side with people of the community.

If you haven't already done so, please take a few minutes to make a small contribution to our campaign at:
https://goo.gl/xVhXsj

After having completed the first shelter in Canoa, Steven Lozano's team continues with the mission, working side by side with people of the community.

If you haven't already done so, please take a few minutes to make a small contribution to our campaign at:
https://goo.gl/xVhXsj

Steven Lozano and his team celebrate the completion of the first Shelter in Canoa, Manabí, to be used initially for distribution of supplies. The team now moves on to the next location for a new mission.

If you haven't already done so, please take a few minutes to make a small contribution to our campaign at:

https://goo.gl/xVhXsj

Hello everyone,
Your responses and support have been overwhelming and humbling. We are over $5.000 in the crowdfunding campaign which is terrific! Please keep sharing and keep donating!

https://www.generosity.com/…/the-ecuadorian-shel…/x/13867975

9News covers Steven Lozano's work.

A Colorado native headed to the coast of Ecuador on Tuesday to aid the relief effort after Saturday’s 7.8 magnitude earthquake.
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The Ecuadorian Shelter Initiative added 8 new photos to the album: Shelter — with Valentina Ramia at Canoa-Manabi.

Steven Lozano and his team built a structure in the town of Canoa, that could shelter up to 30 people, or could be used as a distribution center for water and supplies. They expect to have it finished by this afternoon.

Please make a donation to support these efforts at:
https://www.generosity.com/…/the-ecuadorian-shel…/x/13867975

Steven's team working on building the first shelter for Canoa

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