Mexicali, BC. January 20, 2021.- Termoeléctrica de Mexicali (TDM), an IEnova company, in coordination with the XXIII City Council of Mexicali, delivered 50 electronic tablets to low-income students in Progreso, with the aim of improving their distance educational experience
Having as headquarters the House of Culture of the delegation, Francisco Molina, Delegate of the Progreso Delegation; Marco Lara, Manager of
Termoeléctrica de Mexicali; Alfonso Vildósola, Coordinator of Municipal Economic Development and Promotion on behalf of the Mayor of Mexicali Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda; Norma Bustamante, Director of IMACUM and María de la Luz Pérez Rosas, Councilor of the XXIII City Council of Mexicali.
During the delivery, Francisco Molina, Progreso Delegate thanked Termoeléctrica de Mexicali for the support provided to the Progreso community during this distance education period, emphasizing the trust, bonding, friendship and support that the company offers to the community
Marco Lara, Termoeléctrica de Mexicali Manager, mentioned that this support is part of the great commitment that TDM has had in the area for more than 15 years, and that it has been reinforced during the pandemic. We are definitely at a time when everyone’s collaboration and commitment makes a difference. Therefore, at Termoeléctrica de Mexicali we make this contribution with the sole purpose of supporting elementary, middle and high school students who do not have computers or tablets to continue their studies. Lara pointed out that the fundamental values that govern its activities are based on doing the right thing, we promote the development and support of the communities where it operates.
Right there, María de la Luz Pérez Rosas, Councilor of the XXIII City Council of Mexicali, thanked Termoeléctrica de Mexicali on behalf of the City Council, “a socially responsible company that is giving back to the community how much the community gives it. It’s a granite of sand to support children to continue their studies remotely, faced with this new reality. “
Termoeléctrica de Mexicali has been in close communication with the Progreso Delegation for more than 10 years through the donation of an ambulance, and in December 2020 with the support and donation of 150 toys for boys and girls from the Progreso Delegation.
On this occasion, given the current health contingency and the modality of online classes, it is important to provide tools that allow children with economic difficulties to continue their education.
A Mexico with growth is a Mexico with education