Expats from 21 nations help meet the basic needs of the most vulnerable during the health crisis

ESSENTIALS: Basic necessities for vulnerable individuals and families.CREDIT: Ayuntamiento de El Campello

A group of expats from all nationalities, the Bilingüe El Campello Association, have made a further vital donation of food and hygiene products for those in need during the health crisis.

THE association has 225 members from 21 different nationalities living in the town, as well as Spaniards interested in learning English.

The donation was presented to volunteers from the Civil Protection on behalf of Cáritas, which supports vulnerable people and families.

Basic necessities are in great demand by the most vulnerable families, such as nappies, soups and sauces, coffee, milk, and cans of precooked food.

To continue supporting those in need, one of the Bilingüe El Campello Association’s members has registered as a volunteer with the Civil Protection to act as a liaison between the two.

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Tara Rippin

Tara Rippin is a reporter for Spain’s largest English-speaking newspaper, Euro Weekly News, and is responsible for the Costa Blanca region.
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