When basic needs aren’t met, it becomes difficult to break cycles of poverty in communities. In San Quintin, Mexico, an organization called Hands of Hope is working to meet these basic needs and thus break the cycle. Wellness Advocates Ramon and Jennifer Roberts joined up with Hands of Hope to not only provide immediate needs like food, water, and shelter, but also to help women living in two different shelters. These women work tirelessly at labor jobs and often still fall short when trying to pay for food, water, clothing, and hygiene supplies. Together with Ramon and Jennifer, the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation® and Hands of Hope provided a two-month food supply to 30 different families.