Dave created a beautiful video to celebrate our dad’s life…we are so thankful to everyone who donated to the orphanage and sent us cards, texts, love, food and donations to fund an orphanage in his name.
Please help us carry on his legacy and stay in touch with us as we keep you informed of the progress of the orphanage…so far we have collected over $6,000 thank you to your generous donations…and our plan is to collect $100,000 for a full year operational orphanage for 27 homeless kids in Cuenca Ecuador, which was the city closest to our father’s heart where he grew up homeless and orphan. His story has impacted so many people and now we know through his legacy we will impact many kids who don’t have hope.
If you would like to make a donation in his name, there are two ways you can support. Remember, no donation is too small $327 keeps a child healthy, happy, taken care of, for an entire month!! $32.00 a day! Even five dollars can help impact a part of his education, life, love. Even a Christmas gift that would cost $1.00 would change a child’s life that may not have received anything otherwise. If you find it in your heart to contribute even a dollar, we appreciate it so much.
There are 2 ways to send donations. Paypal or check:
Or you can send a check payable to FAMILY HEALTH FOUNDATION and mail to Livin’ Full Time, Inc., 3308 Preston Rd., #350-222, Plano, TX 75093. 100% of money collected will be paid in one amount to the foundation. Once again, our goal is to raise enough money to complete a home in Galo’s name and complete his mission. With your heart, we will!
The memorial yesterday was a beautiful celebration of his life and a union of family and love to create a legacy in his name. Thank you again everyone…we will be in LA for a couple more weeks moving forward with the process and will have a second memorial after he is cremated, probably the week after next.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts
Dave & Yvette Ulloa
Life life to the fullest, and contact a family member to tell them you love them, or you forgive them. You never know the last time you will see them…