NCDC Community and Social Services Manager, Kila Dick, says the call centre committee is set up to coordinate and monitor donations from organisations and individuals so that whatever they contribute will go straight to the victims.
The call centre lines are now open for business houses and the general public to contribute any goods and items to the victims.
He said the donations that the team will be receiving will be mainly food, clothes and materials such as beddings, cooking utensils and stationery.
Financial assistance can be donated to the BSP account for Hanuabada Village Fire Relief, account number 7011146458.
The call centre committee welcomes business houses and the general public to help the Motu Koitabuans in this time of need.