Marjorie De Sousa is doing everything she can to help Venezuela’s crisis from Mexico, where she is currently working. The Venezuelan actress has joined “Rescate a Venezuela,” a new campaign founded by Lilan Tintori that encourages Mexican citizens to donate basic supplies for the South American country.

“I usually don’t like using charity events to gain publicity,” the 36-year-old telenovela star told El Universal. “But I think today I will be using the cameras to ask for support.”

De Sousa, who was born in Caracas, explained that it is imperative for Latinos to come together during this time of need and asked everyone to offer a helping hand to everyone who is suffering in her hometown.

“I think it’s time to be brothers and sisters, to give love, to stay united as human beings,” she said. “It is not fair that there is so much violence ruining the world.”

Marjorie De Sousa Marjorie de Sousa attends Univision's Premios Juventud 2015 at Bank United Center on July 16, 2015 in Miami, Florida. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images For Univision

Marjorie added that her father has witnessed the country’s deterioration for the past couple of months and according to him, things are only changing for the worse.

“My dad is in Venezuela,” she confirmed. “He told me that he is very scared because they are starting to raid people's apartments due to the lack of food. If my dad is telling me these things, that means the situation is bad.”

She continued, “My dad is Portuguese, but he made his life in Venezuela. He is very distressed, he was hoping things would change soon, but things are only getting worse, I ask for mercy.”

Earlier this month, Alejandro Sanz and Marc Anthony joined forces to raise awareness about the country’s devastating situation through a non-profit organization called “Comparte Por Una Vida.”

The “Vivir Mi Vida” performer, who is married to Venezuelan bombshell Shannon De Lima, took to Twitter to express his anger towards President Nicolás Maduro’s lack of action during these times of crisis.

“Until when Maduro?” Anthony wrote in a post. “Can’t you see? Venezuela said enough!”