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Hurricane ETA Recovery Aid / Ayuda por el hurácan ETA

HURRICANE ETA RECOVERY AID

As you may be aware, the impact of hurricane ETA was devastating to Central America and the Caribbean. Local organizations and individuals, many who are from these affected countries and many who have relatives there, have put efforts together to help victims of the hurricane in different regions.

We have gathered some of this information for those of you who are looking for trustworthy ways to help. Thank you for your generosity!

Unidos por Nicaragua

Nicaraguan Independent Committee for Assistance (NICA And ANDELA)

Due to limited transport and road conditions to the affected areas, NICA makes a call for monetary donations to buy supplies to Puerto Cabezas or Managua.

Donations: Checks payable to NICA. Memo: ETA Hurricane.

Direct Deposit Capital One Bank: Route 065000390 Account # 088214471

For more information contact: 504.466-1483 or 504-487.4439

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Humanitarian Assistance Hurricane ETA Honduras

Sabores Emergency Relief

Sabores Emergency Relief, Honduras American Emergency Fund in partnership with several civic and cultural organizations, will team up to send much needed humanitarian assistance to the victims of Hurricane ETA in Honduras.

Hurricane ETA is making a bad situation in Honduras worse. Some 400,000 people have been displaced from their homes and the COVID-19 pandemic has left the government with scarce resources to respond to ETA.

Contributions go directly to the care of needed families and children who have lost everything they own due to flooding brought on by Hurricane ETA. All cargo will be shipped and delivered to Honduras by Navivan Corporation.

Destruction by ETA to mention a few; bridges washed away, homes buried in landslides, lives lost in an instant…

For additional information for donations or contribution, please call Ruben Gutierrez at 504-255-5943, Jeannie Madrid 504-402-0165 or Armando Garay 504-259-3516 or reply to this email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We are forever great full for any kind of assistance you can render for such a noble cause.

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Hispanic Apostolate

Make your donations through the Hispanic Apostolate. They are working directly with dioceses in the most affected areas. You can choose which country to donate to via this link: 

https://apostoladohispano.org/ayuda-a-centroamerica

 

DJ G in Honduras 

DJ G,Gerardo Montoya, a renowned entertainer in New Orleans was visiting his family in Honduras when the hurricane happened. He has taken the lead to help and is purchasing supplies and medicines on location and bringing them to families in need. He is accepting Venmo and Paypal donations. He is posting on his Instagram @itsdjg everything he is purchasing and delivering.

Venmo or Paypal : itsdjg /   Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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CRC WE CARE WE SHARE UNITED RELIEF:

Donation Drop Off Sites:

ICP Ministry – 7743 Chef Menteur Hwy, LA, 70126

COLMEX Construction – 4334 Earhart Blvd, LA, 70125

Any Ideal Market

Items being requested: Canned goods, hygiene products, blankets, water, PPE COVID

 Monetary donation:

https://www.crcwecareweshare.org

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HURRICANE ETA RELIEF:

Donation Drop Off Sites

Celebration Church – 1915 Airline Drive, Metairie, LA.  70001

Tel: 504-831-9673

Monday to Friday: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

 

NAVIVAN – 200 Crofton Road, BLDG 10, Kenner, La.  70062

Tel: 504-464-5680

Monday to Friday: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Saturday: 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM

Monetary donation:

https://www.celebrationchurch.org/dar/

Items being requested: Canned goods, clothing (adult and children), first aid, PPE COVID, blankets, powdered milk, and mats.

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Telemundo 42

Es hora de ayuda a nuestros hermanos en #Honduras?? afectados por el #HuracánEta, por eso la comunidad de #NewOrleans y todos sus alrededores se une en esta linda causa. 

Haz la diferenciado donando cualquier artículo. 

Cuando: Del 9 al 20 de noviembre

Hora: 9a.m. a 6 p.m. Lugar: 3540 S I-10 Service Rd W., Suite 342, Metairie, LA 70001. ¡¡Honduras te necesita!!

 

You can support VIVA NOLA’s mission of connecting communities by donating here. Your support, in any amount, is very appreciated.

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