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MIAMI-DADE County Commissioner Raquel Regalado

Cause Area

  • Community
  • Homeless & Housing
  • Politics
  • Seniors

Location

3071 SW 38th AveMiami, FL 33149 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

We serve the residents of District 7. We mainly focus on supporting the most vulnerable; in our case, it's our elders. What you will see on this page is a lot of the work we do with the elderly in low-income housing. One of the main things we do are large food distributions across the district and service awareness to the elderly. The elderly in low-income housing are always in need of many services; with your help, we can close the final gap of being able to help as many elderly as possible.

Description

Raquel Regalado is the first Miami-born Hispanic woman elected to the Miami-Dade County Commission. Her entire career reflects a deep commitment to the people and issues that make Miami a place like no other.

As a community leader, she is most known for her strong advocacy for disabled children and adults, housing, seniors, fixing school facilities and transportation.

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