The Autonomous University of Coahuilathrough the General Coordination of University Extension, delivered 600 kilos of food and personal hygiene products to the Mexican Red Cross Saltillo Delegation. This is in addition to the ton and a half previously delivered to the State DIF to help the victims of Hurricane “Otis” in Guerrero.
At the facilities of the Mexican Red Cross Saltillo Delegation, the deputy coordinator of University Extension, Juan Jesús de Labra Vanegas, together with collaborators from the agency, delivered these supplies, which They include non-perishable food, water and personal hygiene items.
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De Labra Vanegas expressed the constant commitment of the highest house of studies to collaborate with society in times of natural disasters. On this occasion, thanks to the generosity of the university community and citizens in general, More than two tons of non-perishable food, water, and cleaning and hygiene products were collected through the UAdeC collection centers.
“This is the second delivery of articles collected in the three academic units of the UAdeC: Saltillo, Norte and Torreón. The first was destined for the State DIF. With this action, the collection of provisions is concluded, and “The collection of clothing and blankets continues to support vulnerable people during the winter season,” he explained.
Dinora López Loaiza, general director of the Saltillo Red Cross, thanked the community of the Autonomous University of Coahuila, including its schools, departments, students and workers, for the significant support they provide in times of crisis.
In addition, he explained the process of receiving and sending aid, highlighting that the Red Cross Collect and assemble packages that will be sent to Guerrero. These packages consist of food, home cleaning kits, personal hygiene and baby products. The aid is sent to the national headquarters of the Red Cross in Toluca, State of Mexico, from where it will be distributed to communities in need.