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Wave of solidarity with Isla Bonita - the day

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Offers of help and messages of support from around the world. The catastrophic eruption of Cabeza de Vaca that began on Sunday has unleashed a wave of solidarity with the thousands of people affected on La Palma by the lava flows. Administrations, associations, companies and individuals collect food, clothing and everything that is needed for the evacuees.


The worst unemployed municipalities of La Palma have opened bank accounts to receive donations to allocate to those affected by the volcano tragedy. This is the case of the Town Hall of Los Llanos de Aridane, which has set up an account to which transfers can be sent: ES06 2100 1921 1902 0014 1752 for shipments from Spain and CAIXESBBXXX for those sending from abroad. The other affected municipality is El Paso, which has also enabled the following accounts: La Caixa ES26 2100 7109 3122 0015 5652 and Cajasiete ES57 3076 0480 6710 0761 6723. The Paso Town Hall has also enabled telephone numbers: 689 542 688 (accommodation), 680 443 551 (donations) and 638 780 770 (volunteering).

Collection points

Another formula chosen to help the victims is the installation of collection points for food, clothing and all kinds of products that are needed. For example, the San Andrés y Sauces City Council has placed the collection point at the Residencia de Mayo (Ciro González 7 A street), from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. For more information, you can call 922 450 203. The Federation of Businessmen of La Palma (Fedepalma) has also set up a collection point at the following addresses: Multiple Use Buildings in Santa Cruz de La Palma (lower left, above Post Office) and Los Llanos de Aridane (11 El Calvario street). In both places, donations can be delivered from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

In Tenerife

The Unión Artística El Cabo de Santa Cruz de Tenerife has joined the solidarity campaign. He will collect belongings, clothing, hygiene products, toys, footwear or school supplies at his location on Calle de La Noria 15 in the capital of Tenerife all this week. In the south of Tenerife, donations of basic necessities can also be left at the Hormiguitas Park children's center, on Carretera General del Sur 120, El Chorrillo, telephone 662 95 79 66.

Help for animals

Wave of solidarity with Isla Bonita - The Day

Offers of help also go to pets and livestock that have had to be evacuated from lava-affected areas. The Association for the Defense and Protection of Animals of the Canary Islands (Adepac) has announced that it will send members of its team from Tenerife to La Palma to bring food and deliver it to the palm tree protectors. The collection points in Tenerife are located at: La Salle Veterinary Clinic, La Manada (La Laguna), Cefi Peluqueros (Radazul), Lola Peluquería (Puertito de Güímar) and Simba Dog Grooming (La Matanza).


BBVA has launched a support plan for families and companies that are suffering the consequences of the volcanic eruption on La Palma, with the aim of enabling them to face these moments of uncertainty and return to normality. The aforementioned bank has launched two financing lines, one for individuals and another for affected SMEs and self-employed workers.

Solidarity toys

Solidarity initiatives also come from the province of Las Palmas. There is the Mukkies toy store in Playa Honda, in the Lanzarote municipality of San Bartolomé, which has decided to allocate 10% of the sales it makes this month to games and toys that will be sent to La Palma through the Red Cross.

Psychological support

The Official College of Psychology of Santa Cruz de Tenerife has made a free psychological care service available to palmers for those who need help at this time. They can send a WhatsApp message or call the following telephone numbers: 600 756 760, 696 087 014 and 922 28 90 60. They can also be contacted through the following email: copsctenerife@cop.es.

Julio Iglesias or Alejandro Sanz

Another way of supporting La Palma has been through messages of encouragement. Many celebrities have done it, like the singer Julio Iglesias. "The tragedy of my beloved island of La Palma, where we sang five years ago, saddens all of us who adore that island. Its inhabitants are very special and loving," he said in an Instagram story. So did the singer Alejandro Sanz, who wrote on Twitter: "From here I send all my support and encouragement to the island of La Palma in these hard times. We are with you. I hug you." Other celebrities who have sent encouragement are Paula Echevarría, Toni Acosta, Bibiana Fernández, Ariadne Artiles, Pedro Guerra, Nuria Roca or India Martínez.

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