Palm Bay partners with NHAEON for Haiti earthquake relief – Hometown News

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Updated: November 1, 2021 @ 2:29 pm

PALM BAY ― On Thursday, September 2, 2021, the Palm Bay Municipal Foundation voted to approve a $1,000 donation to the National Haitian American Elected Officials Network’s (NHAEON) ongoing efforts to support those impacted by the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on August 14, 2021. The $1,000 donation will be made as a disbursement from the Palm Bay Disaster Relief Committee.
From October 20 through November 20, all donations made to the Palm Bay Disaster Relief Committee will benefit NHAEON’s earthquake relief efforts. The Palm Bay Municipal Foundation Board also voted to approve matching funds for all public contributions totaling $250 or more made through Nov. 20, up to $1,000 in total value. Donations may be made via the City’s Revenue Division, located inside Palm Bay City Hall, by cash or check made out to the Palm Bay Municipal Foundation. Online donations may be made at the Disaster Relief Committee webpage at https://bit.ly/38NA98q.
In addition to monetary donations, Palm Bay City Council also approved City of Palm Bay fire stations to serve as drop off points for earthquake relief supply donations. Supplies will be accepted at all Palm Bay fire stations through Nov. 20.
NHAEON is seeking the following supplies:
First aid supplies
Unexpired OTC medications
COVID-19 PPE and prevention equipment
Cleaning supplies
Dry goods
Sleeping bags
Blankets and sheets
For additional information or assistance, please contact Councilman Donny Felix at donny.felix@palmbayflorida.org.
A part of the Palm Bay Municipal Foundation, the City of Palm Bay’s Disaster Relief Committee was established on Oct. 3, 2017, following the disastrous effects of Hurricane Maria and Hurricane Harvey. The Disaster Relief Committee was born out of the simple idea that we, as individuals, can help to make a huge difference in the lives of those who have experienced a major disaster when we come together and combine our efforts.
Chaired by Councilman Donny Felix, the Disaster Relief Committee is intended to serve as a conduit so that citizens and City employees can help those affected by local, national, and international disasters. All funds raised and disbursed through the Disaster Relief Committee will be reported to the Palm Bay Municipal Foundation and kept on record.
The Palm Bay Municipal Foundation is exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3). All proceeds go towards identified natural disasters or disasters needing assistance.
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