The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce (U.S.MCC) announces “SOS Cali Humanitarian Project ”, begins emergency relief-to assist the southwestern Colombian city of the country has become the focal point of anti-government demonstrations amid an uptick in violence between protesters, security forces and armed civilians affected more than 200,000 families, remain desperately struggling to survive without food, without medical aid caused by the violent.
WHAT: A public call to support the city of Cali with food, hygiene, and healthcare products.
- An extraordinary effort between members, partners, and colleagues of the U.S.MCC
- We stand with Colombia as a nation in a moment of great consequence.
- As the first humanitarian assistance, the Chamber has been set up logistic and infrastructure to move
WHEN: Monday, May 17, 2021
TIME : 3 PM – E.T
WHERE: 1111 Brickell Floor 10, Miami, Florida 33131
WHO: Doug Mayorga and the international team for emergency and response of the Chamber including partners and sponsors
ABOUT U.S.MCC: is the representation of the generosity of the people in the United States, specialist, and leader in a global movement against poverty through the entrepreneurial spirit of the United States of America that aims to formalize an economic development in rural and vulnerable communities in Colombia, Costa Rica, Honduras, Dominican Republic, and Mexico. It served more than 100 cities in Latin America and the Caribbean. For more information: www.minoritychamber.net
After the press conference, journalists will have the opportunity to interview the speakers.
LANGUAGES: the press conference will be conducted in English and Spanish.
REGISTRATION: If you would like to attend the opening press conference, please register by e-mail [email protected] or calling Ms. Maria Loaisiga, Public Affairs of the Chamber at 786.406-2190 Miami or 202.250-0260 Washington Bureau 202.250-0260. Please bring press credentials and photographic identification to access the press conference venue.