JCJ DELIVERS 108 THOUSAND DOLLARS IN DONATIONS For humanitarian aid programs. Gaming Control Board (JCJ) managed the delivery of 108,820 dollars as contribution to 11 foundations, associations, clubs and tourist boards that develop works and programs in support of Panamanian men and women with needs by disease or social risk. Eric Rios, executive secretary of the JCJ, noted that according to article 42, paragraph 10 of Resolution No.059 of July 26 th, 1999, stipulates that the prize not claimed or not won must be donated by the company of common agreement with the Gaming Control Board to a charity, beneficence, or social assistance. On this occasion was the donation of the prizes are not substantiated the commercial promotion called "Lottery + Raspadito Mobile", authorized by resolution No. 732 of August 20th, 2015, as amended by Resolution No. 779 of August 31st, 2015, as amended by Resolution No. 1032 of November 11 th, 2015, which made the company Cable & Wireless in the amount of 108,820 dollars and 23 cents. The donation of 10 thousand dollars for each organization, was handed to the Foundations Cable & Wireless Panama, Te Tengo en Cuenta, Niños de Cristal de Panama, Cuerpo de Voluntarias del Hospital del Niño, Asociacion de Amigos del Hospital Cecilio A. Castillero C., FUNDACANCER, IPan de los Pobres Foundation, Kiwanis Club Las Perlas, and the Association of the Divine Mercy and Maria Rosa Mystique. The Board of Trustees Ciudad del Niño received the amount of 8,820 dollars and 23 cents. Belgica Villareal of the Association of Friends of the Hospital Cecilio A. Castillero C., stated that this donation will allow them to provide breakfast to people who come from distant places to be met in the hospital. While for Dianeth Ruiz of FUNDACANCER, this donation will be destined for humanitarian support, going exclusively to help people to pay medical expenses and medicines because they cannot cover. Control board games with this donation not only complies with the law, also brings to the organizations that support the needy people in our country.