January 22, 2010
Collections For Haiti – Local Ways to Contribute to Relief from the Recent Earthquake Disaster
Publix Collects Earthquake Relief Funds for Haiti
Customers may donate any amount of money by adding it to their grocery totals when checking out at Publix registers. Monies will be channeled through the American Red Cross and designated specifically for the Haiti Relief & Development Fund. The program will continue for a few weeks, based on customer response.
GARDEN of GRACE MINISTRIES (GGM) extends our love and prayers to the entire Haitian community. GGM has embarked on a massive relief effort. To that end, we are in need of the following:
Dried food; Clothing & Shoes; Medical Supplies; Face Masks
Drop Off at House of Grace Thrift Store, 7230 US Hwy 301 South, Riverview (opposite the Riverview Flea Market). Monday through Friday 10 a.m.-6p.m.
To donate money, please visit our website – www.gardenofgraceministries.org and click on the Donate: link
Also in need of a van or box truck to be used to pick up donations from locations other than the Tampa Bay area. We will accept any vehicle, working condition or not.
For more info, call Pastor Norma Fontaine-Philbert (813) 654-2656 or via email email@example.com.
Osprey Observer Office, 900 Lithia Pinecrest Rd., Brandon will also serve as a drop off location if that is more convenient for you. We will then take the donations to Garden of Grace to be distributed as needed.
Vilfort Chiropractic (10am to 5pm)
10618 Riverview Dr. Riverview, FL
Collection Center for The American Red Cross
No Donation Too Small
CASH – The money will go directly to help people in Haiti immediately. American Red Cross volunteers are already on the ground helping those seriously injured.
MEDICAL SUPPLIES – Bandages, Aspirin, Rubbing Alcohol, Betadine, Bandaids, Ointments, Crutches, Walkers, Canes
and any other available medical materials that can help the injured.
FOOD, CLOTHING & SLEEP ITEMS – Please try to make all contributions easy open cans that don’t require any can openers for easy access. Any and all clothing is needed for all ages. Shoes are also needed. People are in need of sleeping bags and blankets to sleep on. Many are now homeless and sleeping on the streets.
Salons Donate Services for Haiti Earthquake Victims
Loves Hair Salon, Ethnic Hair Care, JL Studio and Vanessa from Swank
B.N.I (prosperity in action) members: Anita Griffin (massage)
Rhonda McDaniel (skin care)
Sunday, January 24 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Loves Salon, 1335 W. Brandon Blvd.,
Shampoo/cut Adult $10; Child $5
Massage $1 minute; Mini facial $20; Make-up $15
ALL items collected and monetary donations will go to the American Red Cross
We are also collecting the following now:
Canned goods, Water, Diapers/wipes, Sandals, Baby food/formula,
For more info or appointment, call 813-681-4247
Harvest Time Family Worship Center & Christian School is collecting children’s clothes from our families. We are researching a local Haitian ministry to link up with to ship these items. Any help would be appreciated. If you can help, call Cheryl Brown at 626-4600.
Calvary Evangalical Lutheran Church in Apollo Beach is collecting donations for relief help in Haiti. You may drop off any financial gifts(checks payable to “Calvary Lutheran Church”) and any new blankets/quilts or clean used ones, we are also putting together health kits (1 hand towel, washcloth, 1 wide-tooth comb, 6 band aids, 1 standard size bar of soap, nail clipper) or donate what you can. Please know that 100% of all items and financial gifts will be given for Haiti Assistance. The address for Calvary Evangalical Lutheran Church is 5309 U.U. HWY. 41 N between Apollo Beach and Ruskin across from Mira Bay. If you have any questions please call the church at 813-645-1305.