They collect for the benefit of the Bawinocachi community

Chihuahua, Chih.- After the effects caused by the fires recorded in various communities in the Sierra, today a food collection was held in the Urueta Park in favor of Bawinocachi.

From 9:00 in the morning the harvest of salt, coffee, water, sugar, sardines, maseca, flour, tuna, lentils and rice began.

In addition, beans, oatmeal, juices, soups, oil, crackers, canned vegetables, Inca butter, tomato puree and preserves were also collected.

At least 50 families from the community of Bawinocachi, municipality of Bocoyna, were hit by a forest disaster that consumed most of the plots where the corn crops were cultivated, a staple food for family sustenance.

“To date, this fire is controlled, however, a lot of community support is still needed,” said Citlali Quintana, one of the organizers of the collection.

In case you haven’t been able to attend today, there is a fixed point located on Calle 19 # 3006 of the Colonia Obrera.

Donations can also be made to the account: 5579070120796845, in the name of María Zenaida Juárez Herrera.