GOYA Foods has an impressive list of charitable contributions. The USA based business is the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the country. In the wake of the CEO's simple and supportive comments about President Trump, many have taken to social media to demand boycotting and closing the company.
In the United States of America, our First Amendment is supposed to protect our right to speak freely and openly. However free speech is still often on the assault by the collective intolerance of the American Left. This is evident as the wildly successful and philanthropic Hispanic GOYA CEO Robert Unanue is ridiculed, disrespected and attempted to be cancelled for his calm support of President Trump, America and Christianity.
As the Liberal mob is trying to socially sink the company, Conservatives are stepping up to show support for those who are wiling to speak proudly for America. Below are some examples of how GOYA gives back to the country and the world. This is what the Left is trying to cancel through both intolerance based censorship and their general assaults on business and entrepreneurship.
- Provides employment to over 4000 people in 26 facilities.
- Donated 200,000 lbs of food and 20,000 masks during the COVID-19 pandemic so far.
- Donated 18,225 Meals to NYC students and families.
- Donates toys, food and financial assistance to multiple orphanages.
- Donated 180,000 lbs of food to Venezuelans starving from socialism.
- Provide four $20,000 annual culinary scholarships for students.
- Works with and donates to hundreds of other programs as listed here.
You can support these initiatives as well as GOYA Foods in general by simply enjoying their delicious products. Look for their logo in stores or visit their website by clicking here.
Here is the clip of GOYA CEO Robert Unanue's comments on President Trump:
GOYA donations for the COVID-19 pandemic were made directly to Catholic Charities of New York and Newark, Food Education Fund, The Sisters of Life, The NY Common Pantry in partnership with New York City FC, City Harvest in New York City, The Community FoodBank of New Jersey, Secaucus Food Pantry, families of Cristo Rey High School, Jersey City Medical Center, The City of Jersey City for the Homeless, Holy Name Hospital, and Kingsborough Community College; Caring for Friends in Philadelphia; Feeding South Florida; The Houston Food Bank, Latino Learning Centers Inc., Tejano Center for Community Concerns, Texas Feeding Alliance and Catholic Charities of San Antonio in Texas; The Salvation Army Little Village, Catholic Charities Casa Latina and Children's Hunger Fund in Chicago.