MERIDA — To continue providing response to families affected by earthquakes, youth, authorities, citizens and foreigners who came to the collection center of the System for Integral Development of the Family (DIF), witnessed the fourth shipment of provisions.
The President of the DIF Yucatan, Sarita Blancarte de Zapata, received the contributions of the members of the Escudo Universitario, as well as of the Public Workers of the State, who supplied products such as curative kits, non-perishable foods, toiletries, and cat and dog food.
Prior to the departure, the director general of the social assistance organization, José Limber Sosa Lara, reported that for the second time he will support the state of Chiapas, now with a cargo of 32 tons thanks to the solidarity of Yucatecans.
“With this show of unity, we tell those who go through an emergency that the people of Yucatan are generous. All the donations, no matter the size, allow us to gather volumes like the four we have sent. Here in this truck is leaving the affection of a society with an altruistic spirit who responds to this misfortune to help its brothers from other states,” she said.
The official affirmed that it is required that the manifested will of solidarity of the citizens is held firm, because the number of people affected by the earthquake that happened on Tuesday Sept. 19 in Mexico City, Puebla, Morelos and Tlaxcala is on the rise.
Finally, it was informed that in addition to the collection center of the Yucatan DIF, two others located at the Convention Center Yucatan Siglo XXI and the Polifórum “Zamná” at the Sports Unit “Kukulcán” will remain open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. , which are expecting to receive cleaning tools, gloves, lamps, oxygen and medical equipment, as well as bottled water, coffee, milk powder and baby products.
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