500 Food Packages to 500 Families

Date posted: April 20, 2013

Waiting for Helping hands.Helping hands relief foundation and Turkish Cultural Center are cooperatively working to help the needy in upstate New York.

Helping Hands Relief foundation will distribute food packages to more than 500 families from Myanmar, and Somalia to provide temporary relief during 2013.Each food packet contains about 10 pounds of food, and is designed to help a family of three to five people.This generally includes rice, pasta, sugar, and canned food and candy for children.

How You Can Help?

There are three ways you can help us help alleviate hunger for hundreds around Buffalo.

Philanthropists who want to make donation please go to www.hhrerilef.org You can make a donation with your credit card or with your PayPal account.

Mailing address for Check: 545 Interstate Pl, Carlstadt, NJ, 07072

Or if you want to participate to this food campaign project in Buffalo, be a volunteer Please fill out the volunteer form.

Go on Twitter or Facebook to share information with your friends. Give us a call 201 528 3181 or email us [email protected]

Source: HHRelief.Org, 18 April 2013

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