10 years building dreams for vulnerable families

  • Over two days, 12 volunteers gathered efforts for the construction of a new home for a young family from the city of La Plata.
  • Since 2009, Hexacta has built 12 houses along with the NGO Un Techo para mi País (A Roof for my Country) (TECHO).
  • Each year, the software development company donates economic resources and materials for the construction of more housing.

Techo 2019 10 years building dreams for vulnerable families

Buenos Aires, September 16th, 2019. As of today, Gabriela and Ever, along with their children, Thiago (5) and Ever (1), have a new home to live in the neighborhood of El Retiro in the city of La Plata.

This was possible thanks to 12 volunteers from Hexacta, together with the NGO “Un Techo para mi País” (TECHO) (A Roof for my Country), that dedicated their time to the construction of the house on September 14-15 of this year.

“For Hexacta, collaborating with the construction of these houses and helping the neediest families in the country will always be a great reward and an investment in the country we all want. Since its beginnings, Hexacta has been dedicated to the development and improvement of the quality of life of less fortunate communities, and it is for that reason that, year after year, we dedicate numerous efforts to make the dream of many Argentines come true,” states Luis Broeders, Project Manager and responsible for the initiative Solidarity Projects.

With this new construction, Hexacta celebrates 10 years of having started its work with TECHO. Since then, each year, the company has not only actively participated in the process of construction but has also donated economic resources and materials that have facilitated the building of more housing. So far, the construction of 24 houses has been realized, 12 of which have been built by Hexacta’s volunteers.

Techo 2019 10 years building dreams for vulnerable families

“We are not only focused on consolidating ourselves as a leading software development company in the region, but we also want to become a reference and facilitator of social change. We are aware of the social responsibility we have with society, so we are very committed to building these homes. We are very proud to be 10 years in this work, accompanying TECHO in its efforts to improve the lives of those who most need it,” Broeders concludes.

During these years, families from different areas of the province of Buenos Aires, such as La Matanza, Pilar, Escobar, La Plata, Ezeiza, Moreno, and Lanús Oeste, among many others, have benefited from this initiative.

About Hexacta

Hexacta is a world class IT services company with +20 years’ experience offering excellence in software development and digital transformation. We leverage our US presence and our 10 nearshore Latin American centers to provide reliable and cost-effective services to some of the most demanding Fortune 500 companies.

Our work includes large-scale architectures with microservices, mobile apps, solutions based on large volumes of data, and artificial intelligence in industries as diverse as financial services, energy, retail, entertainment, telecommunications, government, and tech.

Considered one of the Best 100 Outsourcing Companies in the World, we regularly rank at the top positions of the Great Place to Work survey in the markets where we operate.

For further information, visit our website.

Contact:
María Paola Martínez Cruz
Marketing & Communications
pmartinez@hexacta.com

10 years building dreams for vulnerable families

10 years building dreams for vulnerable families

About TECHO

TECHO is an organization present in 19 countries of Latin America which seeks to overcome the poverty experienced by millions of people in popular settlements through the joint action of its inhabitants and young volunteers.

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