Héctor was invited to visit the church and study the Bible in 2017 and since then, his life has been completely changed. He has been a disciple in the church of Tarija for the last 3 years. Though he is young in the faith, his example of fidelity, perseverance, evangelism, and service have made him a pillar in the church.
Héctor is a diligent worker. He earns his living as snack distributor for a factory in Bolivia. Héctor does not have a base salary. His entire livelihood hinges on how much product he manages to sell. In March, the country of Bolivia declared a state of emergency due to the rapid spread of the Coronavirus. Companies like the one that Héctor works for were deemed nonessential and production was halted. Since then, production has resumed, but the demand for snacks has significantly decreased and accordingly so has Héctor’s income. Héctor has three children Franco (8 years old), Adrián (13 years old) and Estefany (20 years old). During this difficult time, Héctor is requesting financial assistance to cover the costs of four months of education for his three children.