translated from Spanish: Food Bank helps more than 35,000 Sinaloans

Sinaloa.- In Sinaloa the Food Bank benefits more than 35 thousand people, inhabitants of Navolato, Mocorito, Culiacán, Cosalá and Angostura, for which it requires more than 200 tons of food per month Since last week they started the Virtual Hunger, which will be available until October 30, through the Donor platform where it can be contributed from 1 kg of rice or any amount you want. 
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The Covid-19 pandemic has increased beneficiaries by 300 percent, and the main food collection was unable to do so due to health measures so they need that food.

Following the Covid-19 pandemic where the Food Bank had to cancel large events where they received much of their donations, they have undertaken different strategies that allow it to make the most of donations. To date, they only carry 23 percent of the goal of reaching 10 tons of rice, so they called on the public to add to the campaign that will feed the more than 35,000 beneficiaries of the Food Bank in Culiacán.

Original source in Spanish

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