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Relief Centers in Mexico City

Where to bring supplies and how you can help

Dust rises over down town Mexico City during a 7.1 earthquake, Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, photo: Francisco Caballero Gout via AP
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4 weeks ago

This is a list of Centros de Acopio (relief centers) and important safety information for Mexico City. You can drop off donations of provisions or other supplies to help the victims of the earthquake at these locations or if you have been affected, here you can receive help. This list is organized by boroughs.

Delegación Cuauhtémoc

Zócalo capitalino (Downtown Public Square)

Parque México

Parque España

Medellín y Chiapas en instalaciones de la Procuraduría Ambiental y del Ordenamiento Territorial

Miguel Hidalgo

Rubén Darío 115 en Polanco

Benito Pérez Galdós 139, Cruz Roja

Aristóteles s/n, Teatro Ángela Peralta

Prado Sur 440, en Lomas de Chapultepec

Bulevard de los Virreyes 1110, Lomas de Chapultepec

Benito Juárez

Plaza de Toros México.

Cuajimalpa

En Bosques de las Lomas:

Paseo de los Tamarindo 49

Bosque de Avellanos 142

Cerrada de Bezarez 130

Coyoacán

Estadio Olímpico

What to Bring:

  • Bottled water
  • Canned food
  • Batteries
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Flashlights
  • Blankets
  • Towels
  • Sheets

Other Information:
– All Starbucks locations are said to be receiving supplies.

– Safe and rescue services have asked that people don’t go to the sites were buildings have fallen in order to not interfere with rescue operations which are near completion.

– People are advised to keep an emergency bag in preparation for aftershocks.

– Cell phone companies are offeringsome services for free and have opened wifi hotspots across the city to the public.

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