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Woodland Update

Woodland disaster response – Hurrican Otis  Guerrero/Acapulco México

Woodland Charity in partnership with local leaders and the Ciudad de Mexico Rotary Club, are working together to provide humanitarian aid for the families affected for the hurricane Otis last Wednesday October 25th.

The need is incredible, families are with no electricity, no running water, food, essential medicine, and many other basic needs. We appreciate the commitment of Woodland and its volunteers and partners organizations in Kansas City and around the United States. The need is tremendous, and we appreciate all help as is possible. “There are so many communities affected beside the area in Acapulco” reported Lic. Oscar Rivera member of the Ciudad de México Rotary Club.

Woodland Charity director Jorge Coromac visited Acapulco Mexico last November 3rd and was able to provide water filters and basic food supplies such as: rice, oil, beans, coffee, sugar, etc. Access to purify water is so important do avoid water borne disease that always harm the community during this type of natural disasters. To learn more about the disaster response effort contact or visit the donate tab: Donate | Woodland site (

Woodland has been supported the communities of Mexico City since last earthquake in September 2017. To learn more about how to become a volunteer or how to donate to support Woodland disaster response contact or visit Donations are tax deductible.

Mexico City Water Project

Woodland volunteers from Lenexa Rotary Club traveled to Mexico City to implement a water project in the communities of Miguel Hidalgo and Tlahuac from October 20th to 25th.

local leaders and Rotarians from the centenary Mexico City Rotary Club coordinated the implementation of the project. Families and local leaders expressed dippiest gratitude for the water filters because will provide safe drinking water for decades to come. 

To learn how to become a volunteer or how to support Woodlad programs contact or visit

Humanitarian aid to Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Mexico and Panama`

Woodland volunteers continue providing humanitarian aid and implementing the access to education, health and safe drinking water program in the communities of Caguas/Yabucoa-Puerto Rico, Kansas City-USA, Manta-Ecuador, Mexico City-Mexico and Chepo-Panama.


Volunteer teams' partnership with local leaders, teachers, nurses and other local organizations to provide medical checkups, water filters, cook stoves, beds, and others.

Woodland is a volunteer base organization that engage local and international volunteers to participate and lead projects and programs identify by the people in communities according to their needs. 

For more information and to learn how to support Woodland and become a volunteer contact

World Health Organization (WHO) will declare 2020 Nurse and midwifes International Year.

Woodland congratulate all amazing nurses and midwifes that had been traveling to Ecuador, Panama, Puerto Rico and Mexico to provide medical care and education to people in rural communities.

Nurses and midwives play a vital role in providing health services. These are the people who devote their lives to caring for mothers and children; giving lifesaving immunizations and health advice; looking after older people and generally meeting everyday essential health needs. They are often, the first and only point of care in their communities. The world needs 9 million more nurses and midwives if it is to achieve universal health coverage by 2030"(WHO)