The Dominican community in New York is mobilizing to help those affected by Fiona

A van loaded with non-perishable food and necessities will be sent to the country in the next few hours for the victims of Hurricane Fiona, which devastated the eastern part of the country.

NEW JORVÍK.-The Dominican community in New York began collecting humanitarian aid to send to those affected by Storm Fiona in the country.

While Foreign Minister Roberto Álvarez delivers a speech to the United Nations General Assembly this evening, it will be discussed from what level the possibility of adopting measures to prevent and punish the transfer of arms and ammunition to Haiti, which is still immersed in a deep crisis. . . .

A van loaded with non-perishable food and necessities will be sent to the country in the next few hours for the victims of Hurricane Fiona, which devastated the eastern part of the country.

The Dominican Consulate and community organizations have continued to organize donationsan effort that has enlisted businessmen who have made their spaces available for assistance, including creating Altagracian Committee of the United States. There will be a total of five collection points to receive donations.

Senators, the Red Cross and the Hispanic Federation are also working with donations, the latter of which set up an online system so that Dominicans in New York can make donations securely through their computers or mobile phones.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.