The Marevents company organized the aid device that Terra Fecundis joined with its solidarity buses
A large influx of volunteers filled the numerous solidarity buses that last Tuesday departed from Murcia to Los Alcazares.
The cold drop as it passed through the Region of Murcia produced numerous material damage and there were hundreds of volunteers who joined so that the punished area of â€‹â€‹the Mar Menor can recover normalcy as soon as possible.
Streets, homes, shops, schools, warehouses ... Help is needed throughout the municipality of Los Alcázares and after requesting information at the town hall, volunteers were divided into all these areas with numerous cleaning products in hand.
Some were offered by Marevents and others from the town hall itself.
In San Javier, the largest number of liters per square meter in the entire Region fell: approximately 333.6 liters, causing numerous havoc and being declared as a castrophic zone.
Therefore, at the moment the help of volunteers from all over the Region to rebuild this town and restore normalcy is of vital importance.
The Murcian businesswoman María del Mar Abenza, together with the solidarity bus company 'Terra Fecundis', have joined this call making available to those interested those transports that approached the Mar Menor area to help in the cleaning tasks .
The volunteers were summoned in several shifts and were able to see first hand the needs of this area.
Both in the warehouses where they organized clothes, food and cleaning kits and in the homes or garages the effort and commitment stood out in record time.
Mar Abenza offers its help in a selfless way through the SEA Commitment, a Social, Economic and Environmental initiative involved with the development of the responsible policies with this initiative.
Several days have passed after the very stormy storm and that is why the great need for help in the most punished areas is not forgotten.