from infant milk powder to Red Cross]
The Molina Hospital has today delivered to the local Red Cross Assembly 300 kilos of powdered baby milk, which will go to families with babies who have been affected by the consequences of the September DANA, and those who are users of the program of the humanitarian institution "People in situations of extreme vulnerability. Help the most disadvantaged. Fead 2014-2020".
The donation of this food was made this morning, in an event held at the facilities of the Hospital Center, with the assistance of the Hospital de Molina - the Director of Management, José Ibáñez Hernández, the Director of Nursing, Elena Ródenas Martínez, and the Head of the Pediatrics Service, Pío Dólera Almaida;
and, by the Local Assembly of the Red Cross, its President MÂª José Almagro García, and its Social Intervention Coordinator, Piedad MÂª Fernández Asís.
In the words of the people in charge of the Hospital de Molina, "this donation is part of our collaboration framework with the Red Cross, with whom we collaborate closely to help them develop the valuable humanitarian work they do in our closest environment."
For his part, MÂª José Almagro García explained that "after the past floods, many of our users have been affected and are being treated by the Red Cross. This infant milk will be of great help to those families with children."
160 families, with a total of 600 people, benefit from the Molina de Segura Red Cross food program, including users with babies who require infant feeding, precisely the one the organization receives the least.
Source: Hospital de Molina