Haiti Relief Fund Sends 3rd Container Of Relief Goods To Haiti
March 2, 2010
(Lynbrook, N.Y.)-Haiti Relief Fund and Uniondale Fire Department packed up and sent out a 40 foot container of donated goods the Uniondale Fire Department & Haiti Relief Fund collected for the earthquake victims in Haiti.
Haiti Relief Fund sends special thanks to Uniondale Fire Department, Uniondale Fire Commissioner Merv Campbell and Jeane Laurent, Chief of Uniondale Fire Department and all their volunteers for their efforts and support.
This is the 3rd container of relief goods Haiti Relief Fund has sent to Haiti. Goods and Monetary donations are still being collected at Creative Art Space for Kids located at 48-D Atlantic Avenue in Lynbrook, NY.
Everything is needed, but here are some examples of what is being collected:
OUR CURRENT HIGH PRIORITY NEED:
Tents, Tarps, Cots & Food
Medical supplies such as bandages, alcohol, peroxide, iodine, tylenol, arm/leg
Items for care packages are also welcome, things like: toothbrush/paste, baby wipes, soap, hand sanitizer, deodorant, maxi pads, small packages of aspirins, facial tissues, etc.
Haiti Relief Fund will be collecting goods and donations on an ongoing basis. HRF is also looking for volunteers who want to help in the preparation of goods donations and those who can assist picking up donations.
History:Haiti Relief Fund Inc. was established in 2004 as a Not for Profit Corporation to serve as a humanitarian organization to benefit the residents of Haiti; exclusively for charitable purposes. Haiti Relief Fund’s goal is to solicit, collect, and otherwise raise funds to provide disaster relief; to collect and distribute medical supplies, food, clothing and other necessary items; to aid and assist exclusively the residents of Haiti and organizations doing humanitarian work in Haiti.
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