Queen Sofía visits the Palma Food Bank hours after DANA passed through the island

Stick to your schedule. Queen Sofía has visited the Palma de Mallorca Food Bank this Monday morning, September 4. A few hours earlier, the DANA was passing through the Balearic Islands, where more than 20 incidents have been recorded due to the effect of the storm. In fact, emergencies still maintains the alert notice in the Balearic community where the arrival of strong gusts of wind is expected. Meanwhile, Juan Carlos I embarks this Monday in the Bribón 500 to compete in the first day of regattas of the world championship on the Isle of Wight, in the south of England.

Committed to Banco de Alimentos, the queen emeritus has visited the organization’s headquarters in the Balearic capital. For the occasion, she has combined a lady cut bow shirt with white pants. Given the sudden drop in temperatures, she has worn a black and white checkered jacket.

Through the foundation run by her husband, Doña Sofía has maintained a close collaboration with this institution since 2012. Don Felipe’s mother has visited 38 branches of Food Banks in Spain, which this year has focused on the consequences of the Ukrainian crisis and rising prices of raw materials. An increase in the price of the shopping basket that has greatly impacted the most vulnerable households.