If you are reading this, you probably have a personal connection to the Mallorcan town of Pollença.
You may have come here on holiday – once, or twice or every year for the past 10 years.
You may have stayed at a hotel, rented a finca or perhaps you own a house in the old town.
What is certain is that you have spent precious and happy times in this community and its surrounding areas.
The waiters in your favourite café on the plaza have come to recognise you, and the cashier at the local grocery store greets you like an old friend.
You feel at home, even on your first visit.
Now, many of the people who normally make your holiday pleasant – the chefs and waiters, cleaners and gardeners, taxi drivers and boutique owners – are going through very hard times. They have not worked or opened their businesses in over a year.
The minimum assistance income in Spain is 325 Euros – almost impossible to survive on if you have a family to feed.
Please help us to help our neighbours and donate.
– Nick and Lesley Hopkinson, UK