After being reelected in April, Francisco Martinez is back to lead Caritas Interparroquial's destiny. He was elected president of Caritas Interparroquial in March 2019. In that month, he formed his team to deal with the grueling stage of the pandemic. He was previously a stage at Caritas' head. He has served the poor in La Lagunilla's humble neighborhood, Caritas of the Santiago Apostol Church. After his mandate expired, elections were called, and he was elected to office in an election in which Francisco Rus (a young volunteer from the humanitarian organization dependent on the diocesan priest) also ran. His concern and involvement are greatly appreciated. Martinez was praised and will be ratified by the diocesan council on May 28.
Caritas president in the city will have to take care of a local community that has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, the rising prices and Energy and now faces the challenge of caring for it. This has led to an increase in supply payments among citizens. "More people are going to different parish Caritas for water, sewage and electricity as well as food. Martinez said that they also care for the Ukrainian population. Because the Russian invasion forced them to flee their country, many kinds of clothing, food, and medicine were delivered to them from neighboring countries.
Caritas president, stated that rising prices have made it more difficult for many pensioners in the area. "There are just over 400 euros in payments that don't allow basic food products to be purchased, so we need to help in this aspect of us," Martinez told IDEAL. Martinez expressed his appreciation for the support that Caritas Diocesana received from the Junta de Andalucia. "This encourages us to work to improve many Andalusian families and iliturgypsy households' well-being." Francisco Martinez explained that the aid was used to purchase sheets, cooking equipment, and furniture. He also said that they visited each house to examine the families' deficiencies. Older persons have also been able fix their teeth. "Caritas felt very secure thanks to the assistance it received from the regional administration."
Caritas Interparroquial's head has asked for an end to the war and for coronavirus cases to stop increasing so that "we can return to our daily activities." He anticipates that the various diocesan programs will focus on training the population. Soon, a free course in security for those who are unemployed and under 30 years old will be offered to help them get into the labor market. .