A Gaucho Ranch Day Out for City Kods

We invited a group of low-income children from an urban shelter to share a day at a ranch on the outskirts of the city day with a gaucho demonstration included.

This particular shelter cares for children of low-income /shantytown parents during the day, and sometimes several days, whilst their parents are working, in hospital or otherwise unable to care for them.  These are children who often suffer from neglect, poverty, a lack of role models, and who certainly do not have many joyous moments in their lives.

What better than to offer them an outing?

This required not only organizing the logistics of transportation, food, and entertainment, but the coordination of the required permits from each of the children’s parents, which was quite a challenge for the shelter coordinators given the environment they live in.