Meet Eli

Eli (Elizabeth) Flores is a care worker and she participates in ‘Transformadoras’, a project of Jesuit Migrant Service and its partner Claver in Seville, Spain

Why do you think the work of JRS is relevant today?

Thanks to the work of Jesuit Migrant Service and Claver we can give our best. We can open up with confidence and with empathy, and we can reach our goals. It is a different organization both because of its confidence and its open-mindedness.

How does your work contribute to JRS mission?

I contribute with my joy and my personality. With my encouragement I make other people willing to participate and willing to approach to the organization. I always have the brochure with me and try to distribute it, to spread the word and tell other people how good of an experience I have had here.

What does JRS mean to you?

It means family to me. It means support, trust, confidence, peace … This is my experience: I can be myself and express myself with freedom.