On October 24, category five Hurricane Otis made landfall in Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico, becoming one of the strongest hurricanes ever recorded in the Mexican Pacific.
Otis’ impact is incalculable, which is why we unite in support of all victims.
Our thoughts, prayers and actions are with our brothers from Acapulco who a year ago opened the doors of their beautiful state to us to celebrate our annual convention at the Hotel Palacio Mundo Imperial, considered the best tourist complex.
The WBC plans to hold a series of activations and events in 2024 to show the world that Acapulco will be able to stand up like the great champions who fall to the canvas and then arise to win the battle.
Within these actions we created the “Acapulco Relief Fund” to guarantee that donations reach specific and necessary places, among them: Casa Marsh, a place full of love that provides needy and homeless boys and girls with a roof, food , education, medical service and more.
Directed by Jobita, WBC Cares visited alongside world champions such as Shawn Porter, Humberto González, Edgar Sosa, Zulina Muñoz, among many more.
Our Silver champion David Picasso and his team have taken supplies to the port of Acapulco. On his last visit he was dressed as Spiderman to distribute candy, food and all kinds of materials to the children.
Acapulco will rise, triumph and shine again with all its splendor just as it happened in 2005 with Wylma in Cancun.
To our boxing family we share the WBC accounts where you can make donations to support those who need it most in Acapulco.