Nutrimix donates 3,000 packs of flour to flood victims
Nutrimix Flour Mills is donating 3,000 packs of flour to flood-stricken citizens throughout Trinidad and Tobago.
The company said in an update Monday that the flour will be distributed to NGOs for distribution to needy households as soon as possible.
"As part of the ongoing effort to assist those affected by the recent flooding, Nutrimix Flour Mills has committed 3,000 packs of All-Purpose Flour, which will be made available for collection by registered Non-Governmental Organizations, Members of Parliament and Disaster Relief Coordinators. Persons who wish to access this aid should contact us urgently to schedule collection."
Persons wishing to collect the flour for distribution to needy households can visit the company's Point Lisas address and contact:
Nutrimix Flour Mills
808-1 Pacific Avenue
Point Lisas Industrial Estate
Ms. Alana Mohammed
Tel - 636-5555
Several others have donated aid and funds including Ansa McAl, which pledged $1 million in aid, while RBC Caribbean pledged $300,000 to the Red Cross of Trinidad and Tobago.
Several corporate bodies have donated food items, water, and non-perishable items, including Blue Waters, Massy Stores, Arima Food Basket, Royal Castle, KFC, Subway, Joe's Pizza, Sauce Doubles, and others.
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