Rotary Club Murcia North makes 23 tonne donation to C0vid-19 food bank

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The Rotary Club Murcia North has donated 23 tonnes of potatoes to the help families in a vulnerable situation due to the coronavirus crisis.

THE gift is part of a larger project called Agro-Rex, launched nationwide by the Rotary Humanitarian Foundation.

The Town Hall organised the transportation of the potatoes from Seville, which were collected “altruistically” by the Murcia company Carmen Natural Transport.

They will be distributed among associations and families in need, as part of the ′Agro-Rex′ project, in which Rotary Clubs of Madrid and Pozuelo have also participated.

A club spokesperson said: “We want to thank Carmen Natural Transport for making the delivery possible in a totally altruistic way.”

 

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