The eruption of the volcano in La Palma has awakened a wave of solidarity by companies, associations and individuals who want to help hundreds of families who have already been affected by evictions.
For this reason, in the last hours, initiatives of all kinds have been launched: Banks have made available to the neighbors who need it empty housing, several town halls have opened bank accounts in which to make donations from anywhere in the world and On the island, multiple aid points have been enabled in which clothing, footwear donations can be made, etc. If you want to help, here we leave you the way you do it.
The town halls of the plains of Ariadne and El Paso, which are the two municipalities most affected by the Volcanic Eruption of Old Summit, have opened several bank accounts to receive donations that will be destined to help the affected people. These initiatives have arrived after several companies, individuals and associations will contact the consistories to ask how they could collaborate.
In the case of El Paso City Council, the accounts are: ES26 2100 7109 3122 0015 5652 (De la Caixa) and ES57 3076 0480 6710 0761 6723 (from boxes).
For its part, to collaborate with the City Council of the Ariadne Llanos, the ES06 2100 1921 1902 0014 1752 account is available, the concept of donation must be "Donation Volcano La Palma" and the recipient "City Council of the Llanos de ariadne ".
From the consistory they ensure that "it is a very difficult time for all palm trees and palm trees, so we thank all people, businesses and institutions their willingness and generosity to help all families who have been affected by the eruption of the volcano ".
For its part, the Cabildo of La Palma has also enabled a bank account and has facilitated the option of Bizum so that donations can be made both from Spain and from abroad. In the next Tweet they explain how to do it.
Several municipal centers of donations have also been enabled in which the neighbors of La Palma can donate clothing, footwear or food.
Organizations that serve affected people insist that it is needed, above all, non-perishable food, personal hygiene products, towels, new underwear (only accepted with labels) and masks. In addition to wrap clothes for adults, infant feeding and celiac products, lactose intolerant and free sugar.
The Severo Rodríguez pavilion, in the Plains of Aridane, is also collecting clothing and apparens of first necessity under the coordination of municipal social services.
The City Council of San Andrés and Sauces has also opened a pick-up point at its daylight, located on Calle Ciro González 7 A, which is open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
UGT Canarias, from its technical office of equality, is collecting clothing and goods of first necessity in its offices in the Canary Islands and then let it arrive at La Palma. To collaborate, you have to take the products to your headquarters in Gran Canaria, on the first Avenue de Mayo, 21 (ground floor) or its headquarters in Tenerife, in Méndez Núñez, 84, 1st floor. The information telephones are 928364372, 699638516 and 669401979.
For its part, the Federation of Entrepreneurs of La Palma (Fedepalma), has established several collection points of appliances: on Anselmo Pérez Brito, 2, at Casa Cabrera; In the multi-purpose buildings of Santa Cruz de la Palma (Low left, above Correos); And in the Plains of Ariadne on Calvary Street, 11. What they most need right now is no generic clothes, but underwear, socks, sheets, shoes, towels, pillows, gluten-free food, foodless food, food for food Baby and FFP2 masks, they have assured in your Twitter account.
The notaries of the Canary Islands have also joined the wave of solidarity with those affected by the eruption. Where appropriate, they will help residents who have lost everything with the inexorable lava pouring and, by different reasons, had not made the corresponding deed of their properties, something that, unfortunately, is usual in agricultural areas. Without this scripture, it would be impossible to perceive public aid promised by the different administrations.
Those people who live on the island and have available homes or rooms to welcome people who need it because of eruption can also help. From El Paso City Hall, the telephone number 689 542 688, available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., for this purpose.
For its part, the town hall of Santa Cruz de la Palma, given the situation, is performing a housing census available for evicted. Thus, it requests all people who have a housing for rent or sale in the municipality and are interested in helping these people, who give it to the knowledge of the City Council. It can be done through a web form available in this address: https://cutt.ly/tekuv1p
The Aanipal Animal Association is asking the citizens of the Palma that they may be converted to host homes for pets affected by the pandemic, as well as food or material donations (transport, belts, etc.) for different animals.Updated Date: 23 September 2021, 09:57