In the recent passing of Jorge E. Vera, Water Buffalo Training Method has decided to launch a project to help give back to the Hispanic community in South Florida.
Jorge E. Vera was a pioneer who left Peru at the age of 52 years old to bring his three daughters, wife, and his extended family to the United States of America for a chance at a better life. Jorge E. Vera was a true representation of the Water Buffalo Training Method's values and principles. Jorge E. Vera recently passed away in 2020, and the biggest contribution in his life was helping those who were in need. He was one of the founders of the Señor de Los Milagros at Saint Juliana's Catholic Church in the late '90s. This church organization brings people of good values, loyal faith, and prosperity together in South Florida. Every year Señor de Los Milagros sends over in gift's to small villages in Peru during the year. As well as help lower-income families in the South Florida community have a place to worship. These gifts and resources last the local Peruvian's months on end.
We are asking for YOUR help to honor the death of Jorge E. Vera, giving back to the community and those in need were always a priority for Jorge.
Jorge E. Vera was a pioneer. Throughout his life, he worked in the jungles, mountains, and rivers across South America. Jorge also studied and worked all across South America in the late 1960s consistently finding ways to expand his horizons. To read more about Jorge, read our blog about his life.