Red Cross has benefited more than 176 thousand people after Otis
A total of 592 tons of humanitarian aid has been delivered to the Mexican Red Cross to communities affected by the hurricane Otis.
With various services, 176,105 people have benefited. In addition, 637 medical services have been provided, including 7 hospital transfers of seriously ill patients to Chilpancingo and Mexico City.
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The Institution reported that the communities of Bonfil, Lomas de Chapultepec, Barra Vieja, San Pedro las Playas, La Poza, Luis Donaldo Colosio and Puerto Márquez have received “an invaluable helping hand from the Mexican Red Cross in times of extraordinary need.”
He added that the delivery of humanitarian aid has resulted in a decrease in suffering and a renewal of hope in these affected areas.
In order to continue receiving donations of essential supplies, non-perishable food, hygiene items and household products, From 8 in the morning to 8 at night, the collection center located in the Mexico City.
The address is Juan Luis Vives street no. 200, Col. Los Morales Polanco, Miguel Hidalgo Mayor's Office.
Financial contributions can be deposited in the following account:
- BANK: BBVA BANCOMER NO. CTA. 0404040406
- INTERBANK CLABE: 012180004040404062
- BENEFICIARY: MEXICAN RED CROSS IAP
The institution added that this tireless work in the area affected by the hurricane Otis, reflects the Mexican Red Cross' unwavering commitment to providing humanitarian assistance in times of critical need.
Every ton of help delivered represents an extension of a helping hand to those facing exceptional challenges. Our team continues to work tirelessly to alleviate suffering and bring hope to the hardest-hit communities. Mexican Red Cross is proud to be a bridge of solidarity in these critical circumstances and is committed to working tirelessly alongside our community, our volunteers and all people who wish to join this noble cause,” he noted.
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