After the passage of Hurricane Otis, which has affected several areas of the state of Guerrero, mainly the port of Acapulco, the Ministry of Tourism will install a collection center for victims in its offices in Mexico City.
The Secretary of Tourism, Miguel Torruco Marqués, reported through social networks that in collaboration with the Secretary of the Navy they will receive bottled water and canned food for the distribution of aid in Guerrero.
Address: Masaryk 172, col. Polanco in the Miguel Hidalgo mayor’s office in Mexico City.
For its part, the National System for the Comprehensive Development of the Family made a collection center available to citizens located in the SNDIF General Warehouse in Prol. Xochicalco and corner Republics, Sta. Cross Atoyac, mayor Benito Juarezwith opening hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Mexican Red Cross opened a collection center at its facilities at Calle Juan, Luis Vives 200, Polanco I Secc, alc. Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City, where they will be receiving donations in kind. For those who want to make a bank transfer, they will have an account to receive donations.
In addition, it makes account 0404040406 available to the company. #BBVA to receive financial donations.
Every contribution is valuable and will be helpful. pic.twitter.com/FaHrf0eEMm
— Mexican Red Cross IAP (@CruzRoja_MX) October 25, 2023
What products will be received?
- Canned food.
- Milk powder
- Cooking oil
Personal hygiene items
- Toilet soap
- Sanitary towels
- Toothpaste and toothbrush
- Toilet paper
- Disposable diapers for babies and adults
- washing powder
- Dish soap
- Multi-purpose cleaner and disinfectant
- Medical supplies
- Hydrogen peroxide
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