A secondary school teacher in the district of Pilar lost everything after his house, located on Bergantín República Street in the San Blas neighborhood, burned down completely.
It was Carlos Ávila, who after spending a few days at a friend's house, decided to return to the land where his home was and settle in a tent so as not to leave his 4 dogs and 3 cats, who had survived the tragedy.
The fire occurred on Friday, May 26 and on Wednesday, May 31, his former student Zoe Córdoba went to visit him and started a solidarity campaign so that his teacher can start his life again with the help of everyone. The alias Mercado Pago for making donations is antes.sana.rulo.mp.
Professor Carlos Ávila lost everything in a fire and lives in a tent so as not to leave his dogs alone.
At first she took care of the money donations, since Carlos lost his cell phone in the fire. But, a few days ago he already has a new one and Zoe deposited all the donated money for the teacher to have in his own account.
Zoe said: "Thanks to several media, channels and radios who have approached and called, the Municipality came with a truck and removed all the remains of the house. Along with that, the bricks, pallets, stones, sand and cement arrived so that Carlos can build his house little by little again."
Alicia Leiva, mother of a former student, told the news portal Pilar a Diario: "Carlos was my daughter's teacher in high school. I witness how each boy chose him to give them his graduation diploma. They loved him, super partner of the boys and a beautiful person." Therefore, he stressed that the teacher "has by his side Zoe, Brisa and 150 students and alumni who do not leave him alone."
However, the woman added: "I ask you to collaborate with what you can, with what you no longer use. Everything works for Carlos, very cold and rainy days are coming."