— View Notes from October 4, 2016 Meeting —

Several organizations in the South Florida area answered the call to help with the Haitian relief effort in
the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.

Review our overall relief effort notes, suggested medication donation list, medications needed, drop off locations and more.

Click Here: Haitian-American-Hurricane-Matthew-Relief-Effort


6 replies added

  1. Pamela October 7, 2016 Reply

    Are you guys accepting clothes as wel?? I have 3 bags of baby clothes

  2. Nicole Dechavez October 9, 2016 Reply

    Hello there,
    Through the venue I manage (The Boca Black box) and a non profit org. we are teaming up to gather supplies from those in our community who are donating extra supplies they stocked up on for the hurricane they are no longer in need of.
    Since canned goods are the #1 thing they have most of, I am trying to find an organization or person who is taking canned goods along with supplies to be shipped down to Haiti. Any help on this is greatly appreciated! Thank you!

  3. Darnell Thomas October 10, 2016 Reply

    Hello I’m very interested in volunteering to help the people of Haiti in these troubling times. I’m looking to actually go over there and help physically as much as I can I can be reached at 313 651-6106 thank you.

  4. Joann Reese October 18, 2016 Reply

    Hello Man Dodo:
    My name is Joann Reese , I am the president of Builders Foundation Inc. Ephesians House Ministry 501 C (3). In support of the earthquake my church has continued to send food and supplies and travel also we have birth a church in Port-A-Prince. I donated to the drive this past weeks to your organization location 3333 NW 168 Street . Should it be your hearts desire I would like to meet with you or some one in your organization . I will be traveling to Haiti on November 4- 12 in support of hurricane Matthew.
    Blessings In Jesus Name

  5. Willinda Roberts October 19, 2016 Reply

    I’m interested in donating clothing to HAITI. Is your organization accepting clothing or dry goods?

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