The Dominican community in New York is also preparing to send aid to victims

In the case of the Dominican Consulate in this city, a support committee was created under the leadership of Consul Eligió Jáquez and an American account was opened for donations.

NEW JORVÍK.- The Dominican community in New York is also organizing to collect humanitarian aid in order to send it to the respective localities in the country.

Here in New York, aid to the country has not been long in coming, and both the Dominican Consulate in this city, senators, community organizations and the delivery of aid to the Dominican territory continue to be organized.

In the case of the Dominican Consulate in this city, a support committee was created under the leadership of Consul Eligió Jáquez and an American account was opened for donations.

The senator of this city, Luis Sepulveda, reported on Tuesday that they work together with several non-profit organizations, such as the Hispanic Federation, to attract donations for the country.

The senator indicated that they are creating a foundation to provide direct funds to bring more civil defense machines to Santo Domingo to help in emergencies like the one that occurred with Hurricane Fiona.

The state of the country before Hurricane Fiona has residents of this city worried.

Senator Sepulveda announced that they are working with the New York Office of Emergency Management, to coordinate more assistance for the Dominican people.

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