Intocable Donates To Red Cross For Those Affected By Hurricane Harvey
And Invites Colleagues And Fans To Come Together In Aid
After witnessing the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey in Texas, state where INTOCABLE was born, the group has decided to make a donation to those affected through the Red Cross.
What follows are the words of the group’s leader Ricardo Muñoz in regards:
“Being from Zapata, Texas and seeing the devastation Harvey has caused it’s obviously, mentally, our neighbors, our state of Texas is suffering. It is very difficult to see the news. I have relatives who live in the Houston area and may not have been as affected so much but the scare. The scare of calling your family, of seeing how much rain has fallen. I do not want to imagine all the people really affected directed by Harvey. Because of this we decided to do our part and put our little grain of salt. We made a donation to the Red Cross and in this case it is not to boast or say “we gave” and make a news that we are donating. Most of all I want to use this space to invite all our colleagues, fellow musicians, our fans to donate to the Red Cross however they can. That would be incredible. Houston has always been a joyful city. Whenever we go, they come, they support…we can always count on Houston…with the public, with the people, with their support, with everything. I know that this is not only true for INTOCABLE, but for many of our many fellow musicians. And if they can help, that’s all we want. It’s not to boast, it is to invite. If we can with this message incite more colleagues to contribute please, please. I know there are friends who are planning to do concerts for those affected. I applaud you…I congratulate you. We need to help our state of Texas. For us who are here, born here, our families live here…we can join, as Texans, unite and give. It’s the only thing I can do through this medium today.”
Munoz, who recently underwent surgery on his vocal cords, appreciates the support received but stresses,“Forget how I am. I’m fine. The only thing that’s important is to invite people to contribute, to help. Really, all the people who are affected by Hurricane Harvey are in need. This is our time to unite and to contribute.”