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The Embassy of Mexico reiterates its gratitude and appreciation for the many expressions of condolence and solidarity from UK authorities and British society in the wake of the earthquake of 19 September. It also recognizes the Mexican community which, in various ways, has demonstrated its spirit of solidarity through initiatives to support those affected.
In dealing with the tragedy, and in addition to search and rescue operations underway, a three-stage action plan is been implemented. Firstly, supporting the affected population including the provision of food and shelter, as well as restoring basic public services. Secondly, carrying out an assessment of material damage, leading to a third phase centred on restoration and reconstruction.
Donations from the UK can be made by the following ways:
1. Through the Mexican Red Cross´ website https://cruzrojadonaciones.org/. The site accepts donations through transfers, credit cards and PAYPAL accounts, selecting the cause “SISMO 19/09/17”.
2. Through global companies such as Amazon https://www.amazon.com.mx . Once online, select “Fuerza México. Donar y ayudar nos une" and then click the option “Cruz Roja Mexicana”. A “wish list” will be displayed which will be updated according to Red Cross assessments, as well as indications on how to complete the donation.
3. The private trust “Fuerza Mexico” has been constituted through Nafin (Mexican Development Banking Institution National Financiera) by different representatives of the private sector, with the aim of coordinating contributions made by individuals, organizations and companies to support reconstruction efforts, in an efficient and transparent manner.
Account Number (Mexican Pesos): 012180001109759075
Account Number (USD): 012180001109759156
For both accounts:
Account Name: NACIONAL FINANCIERA SNC COMO FID DEL F 80755 FUERZA MEXICO
Bank: BBVA Bancomer
Address: Av. Paseo de la Reforma N. 510 Col. Juárez, CP 06600
Additionally, British NGOs such as OXFAM enable donations through their website (http://www.oxfam.org.uk/) as well as the Mexican Student Society