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The Morán Espinal Family

The Morán Espinal Family, Jamamucito
District of Las Placetas

Dominican Republic

We present the Morán Espinal Family from  Jamamucito, sector of the District of Las Placetas in the Dominican Republic.

​ A humble but beautiful family from the beautiful area of Jamamucito, perhaps the community that lives at the highest altitude in the country according to Wikipedia. This family is made up of noble and hardworking people who in their family nucleus have three girls with their innocence, their dreams, their concerns, their hope and their desire to live, sadly, as you can see, they live in quite precarious economic and housing conditions.


We hope that little by little, with the collaboration of all of you in this process that we have started from JUAN DE DIOS EN LA TIERRA INC and the Rincón de Piedras Unidos Foundation, we can help you change your lives, giving girls the opportunity to live a better future; future that unfortunately was cut short for their parents. In this Docuseries you will be able to observe the daily life and real life of this noble Dominican family, the childhood of their daughters and their social development. We hope to continue recording for many years to accompany you in the progress of your family nucleus, the growth of children not only in size and age, but also in their living conditions in all general aspects of the individual to become motivated independent professional women and men. succeed.

​ Let us all help break the generational chain of poverty that for years has condemned hundreds of mountain families. The children are the main reason for wanting to invest all our efforts, time and resources with each remote family since they are the ones who have the opportunity to be the positive change for their homes.

We are sure that you will fall in love with the Morán Espinal family, and of course with the natural beauty that surrounds them, with their humble but delicious cuisine from the landscapes of the mountains of the central mountain range of the Dominican Republic. Join this episode-by-episode adventure to gain insight into the lives of remote families in the Sierra.

If you or your organization is interested in collaborating or going to work directly with communities and families, you can contact the Rincón de Piedras Unidos Foundation or Juan de Dios Collado.


Donations received in 2022: $557

Distributed: $557.00

Remaining funds: $0.00

(Some Funds available from  2023)

Monthly Supporters

1 - Juan de Dios Collado

2 - Joselito Collado

Past Supporters

1 - Eduardo Collado

2 - Charo collado

3 - Fredys Collado

4 - Mery Collado

5 - Mellie Vasquez

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