NEW YORK.- The mayor of this city, Eric Adams, created the Fire Relief Fund that occurred last Sunday in the Bronx, where 17 people lost their lives, 32 were seriously ill, dozens injured and the same number of displaced people.
Those interested in making cash donations can do so through this page https://www1.nyc.gov/site/fund/initiatives/bronx-apartment-building-fire.page?fbclid=IwAR2Ym6kiqqPRIhn2g19Hu-xXbZZ2eUnsBRzr7BF_JedR–AlvYuAYpOaOko
The Mayor’s Fund for NYC Advancement is a 501 (c) (3) public charity; All donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. His tax identification number is 13-3783906.
Also, other assistance at the Bronx offices of State Senator Gustavo Rivera, at 2432 Grand Concourse, Suite 506; Assemblywoman Yudelka Tapia, at 2175 Jerome Avenue, with 181 Street; and Councilman Oswald Feliz, at 573 E. Fordham Rd.
The former senator and councilor for that county, Reverend Rubén Díaz, has joined the cause to send more help to those places, urging other elected officials, businessmen and community leaders to also join this worthy cause.
Other places to go to donate in the county are the Red Cross at Monroe College’s, Ustin Hall, located at 2375 Jerome Avenue; from the Bronx Borough Citywide at 1230 Zerega Avenue; the Riverdale Jewish Center at 3700 Independence Avenue; the Anthony Community Garden at 2078 Anthony Avenue; and Community Board 10, at 3165 E. Tremont Avenue.
Also, at The Bronx Woodlawn Collective, at 341 E. 235th Street; the SAR Academy, at 655 W. 254th Street; the Gambian Youth Organization, at 214 E. 181 Street; the Pelham Picture House, at 175 Wolfs Ln.
The section of the Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM) in this city will carry out two days of aid collection for the victims of the accident.
It calls on its leaders, members and supporters to attend them, bringing what they can as a show of support and solidarity with those affected.
The activities will take place this Friday 15 and Saturday 16, starting at 2:00 in the afternoon at the organization’s premises, located at 1880 Carter Avenue, in the same county.
Likewise, the state attorney general, Letitia James, is alerting citizens to have a citizen since there is interest in helping the victims of the fire, but there are potentially scamming charities.
If anyone believes that an organization is misrepresenting their work or that a scam is taking place, contact the attorney general’s office at https://ag.ny.gov/contact-attorney-general-letitia-james