Residents and Sukabumi City Council Galang Dana for Palu



Dozens of communities in Sukabumi City also carried out humanitarian fundraising.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, SUKABUMI – Residents and government of Sukabumi City are moving to humanitarian funds for affected communities in Palu and Donggala, Central Sulawesi. They gathered humanitarian funds at various events in the city of Sukabumi on Sunday morning (30/9) in the morning.

One of them welcomed the mayor of Sukabumi and the new deputy mayor of Sukabumi Achmad Fahmi and Andri Setiawan Hamami in the Juang 45 building in the city of Sukabumi. This moment was used as a place to raise funds to help people affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi.

"In the middle of this thanksgiving it would be nice to offer help to the people affected by the disaster in Palu and Donggala," said Mayor Achmad Fahmi of Sukabumi for a thousand residents of Gedung Juang 45. This was a form of concern for residents in other affected areas,

This invitation was immediately welcomed by the enthusiasm of the people who gave donations to the officers who approached the building. Later the collected funds will be distributed among the affected residents.

In addition to humanitarian funds, said Fahmi, there were volunteers from Sukabumi who would leave for Sulawesi. But the departure of volunteers and BPBD officers is still waiting for access to be opened.

In addition to Sukabumi City Government, dozens of communities in Sukabumi City also carried out humanitarian fundraising for Palu and Donggala. They raise funds by combing to a number of protocol roads in Sukabumi City.

"Friends of the Sukabumi community have agreed not to collect funds individually," said Nana Wijana, joint action coordinator. The community that participated in the campaign reached about 25 communities. They come from the Sehati community, Olokejo, Da & # 39; wah Preneuer, Muhammadiyah Youth, Indonesian equatorial volunteers, and so on.

According to Nana, this joint community created a command post and provided the aid directly to the disaster site. Fundraising is continuously planned. "We have moved to help you in Palu and Donggala," said Nana.


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