"Rosario Robles, the head of SEDATU [the Mexican ministry of "Agrarian, Territorial, and Urban Development," essentially the planning agency and thus with an essential role in disaster response], visited Chamela [19 kms north of the eye, the humble community was almost completely destroyed; it's also right on the highway and so gets more attention than, say, Arroyo Seco, the coastal town that bore the brunt of the eye] and, when she saw that various families had received food and roofing materials [probably the fragile and toxic asbestos roofing material that blew off in the first], she is reported to have told the residents that they should be happy with the aid that they had received. The residents informed her that the "aid" came mostly from private foundations, not the government. Miss Robles was then informed by one of her assistants that the "aid" was still in Guadalajara."
By all lights, it is still in Guadalajara. Castillo goes on to say that
"We insist and demand that the funds (nearly 10 million dollars) mentioned by the subsecretary of the Mexican Secretariat of the Interior, Fernando Aportela, not remain in the Federal District or in Guadalajara but instead be distributed to the needy communities based on a serious evaluation of the damages and immediately to the families who have lost everything, or whose houses have suffered major damage, as well as to those who have lost their means of economic support."
A petition you will be able to sign to this effect is in progress. In the meantime, please share this video in Spanish with English subtitles to everyone you can think of to help combat the idea that the hurricane came and went without damaging any communities: