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In the last 3 months, 22,000 children have crossed the border, thousands have been separated from their families and what it’s worse, 3 that we know have died. 

On December 8th, a 7-year-old girl from Guatemala named Jakelin, tragically died in U.S. custody, just hours after she and her father had crossed the border.

For this reason, a group of friends from Brooklyn, have created these Coke bottles with Jakelin's name printed on them.

If you are interested in purchasing one, please visit Latino bodega South Side Grocery Corp., located on the corner of South 4th St. and Driggs Ave. in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. 90% of the proceeds will go directly to the organization Border Angels, currently stationed at the border, to supply shelter, blankets and food to refugee families.

We have also opened a GoFundMe page, so you can donate directly to Border Angels.

To honor Jakelin and the immigrant families that came here for a dream.

*This guerrilla stunt hasn’t been organized by The Coca-Cola Company, and this isn’t either part of their ‘Share a Coke’ initiative. However, the people behind this humanitarian action have used the Coke online platform to help immigrants families.

*This guerrilla stunt hasn’t been organized by The Coca-Cola Company, and this isn’t either part of their ‘Share a Coke’ initiative. However, the people behind this humanitarian action have used the Coke online platform to help immigrants families.