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Midlands Help Sent to Sandy Victims

12:52 PM, Nov 5, 2012   |    comments
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Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- The generosity of people in the Midlands is already making a difference for victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Along with Harvest Hope we asked for donations to help get food to some of the shelters in the Northeast that were low on supplies.  On Saturday the South Carolina State Guard helped box some of the food purchased for relief.

Sunday, five planes filled with supplies left for Eagles Nest, NJ. Pilots from Aero Bridge donated their time, fuel and experience to help get the needed items to the disaster area.  With the temperatures dropping and supplies low, this cargo is desperatly needed. 

And we still need your help.  A donation of $5.00 helps buy 25 meals.  Harvest Hope understands that  the needs of the Midlands also have to  be met,  so half of the money collected will stay here.  

Harvest Hope is now accepting monetary donations at the following Palmetto Federal Credit Unions as part of their Hurricane Sandy relief mission.

  • 2200 N. Beltline Blvd.
    Columbia, SC 29204
  • Bush River
    500 Bush River Rd.
    Columbia, SC 29210
  • Clemson Road
    2651 Clemson Rd.
    Columbia, SC 29229
  • Downtown Amy will take
    1320 Washington St.
    Columbia, SC 29201
  • Garners Ferry
    7655 Garners Ferry Road Columbia, SC 29209
  • Irmo
    7816 Broad River Rd.
    Irmo, SC 29063
  • Lexington
    919 N. Lake Dr.
    Lexington, SC 29072
  • Millwood 
    3122 Millwood Ave.
    Columbia, SC 29205
  • Northeast
    114 Atrium Way
    Columbia, SC 29223
  • Red Bank
    1835 S. Lake Dr.
    Lexington, SC 29073
  • Stadium
    1000 Shop Rd.
    Columbia, SC 29201
  • West Columbia
    2120 Sunset Blvd.
    West Columbia, SC 29169


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