According to Marroquín, part of the revenue from the “Escobar-Henao” line of clothing, is being set aside to help families in Medellín, but he did not state an amount. Examples of the help he’s providing are wheel chairs and tutoring for students. Marroquín said the families who receive this help prefer to remain anonymous. He said he first approached NGOs and other social ventures, but they rejected his offers because he is Escobar´s son. He also stated that his clothing business has yet to render a profit. “The only thing we have left from Pablo Escobar is his DNA,” he said of the multi-million dollar inheritance he, his mother Maria Valeria Henao, and his sister Manuela received.