In collaboration with a neighbor from Ukraine, the City Council of La Zubia organized a solidarity collection of medical supplies, food, and medicines to be sent to Ukraine.
Casa Pinta will host the collection point, which is located at Casa Pinta. This place can accept medications (Ibuprofen and Paracetamol, analgesics and diarrhea medications among others), sanitary material (bandages (wipes, patches for injuries), thermal blankets (or non-perishable food), as well as personal hygiene materials (bandages, wipes.
Rebeca Sanchez (Councilor for Social Welfare and Health of La Zubia) thanks Nataliya Risen, a resident of Ukraine who lives in Zubia, for "her initiative and determination to collect assistance for her country, which at the moment is experiencing such a difficult time due to the invasion of Russian troops." She adds that the City Council of La Zubia supports Nataliya's initiative and offers all its support to Ukraine.
Puri Lopez, La Zubia's mayor, encouraged all Zubians to "help the Ukrainian people who are in dire need of our support." Lopez mentions that the City Council will collect materials such as flashlights, batteries or radios, as well water and non-perishable foods. These will be delivered to Ukraine by Nataliya Risen in the coming days.