October 15, 2012: School supplies donation by Morgan Demartin, from North Shore High School, Glen Head, NY

Morgan collected school supplies at the North Shore High School and North Shore Middle School. He actively solicited donations at Back-to- School nights for both schools. This resulted in 10 boxes of school supplies and $50.00 in cash for the school children in Haiti.

Special thank you to Morgan Demartin, North Shore High School, Mr. Galati, Principals Dr. Ferris and Mr. Cousins.

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Brett A. Nelson, Safety Director of Sukup Manufacturing Co. checks on the shipping container filled with 14 housing units the company has donated to Haiti.  You can learn more about Sukup’s generous donation here.
The Sukup Manufacturing team preparing the homes for the earthquake victims of Haiti.

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600 West

On the behalf of the people of Haiti, Haiti Relief Fund would like to send a very big “THANK YOU” to Ms. Terri Maurer, the staff at 600 West Chicago, and 600 West Chicago for their partnership with the Haiti Relief Fund to support rebuilding and educational projects for the young people of Haiti. Thank you for your generous donation and a full shipping container of humanitarian relief supplies, all paid for by 600 West Chicago.

We know it was difficult, but, with your determination & compassion you made it a success.

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Sukup and Haiti Relief Fund

Sukup Manufacturing Co. photo Sukup Manufacturing Co., Sheffield, is donating 16 grain bin houses to the Haiti Relief Fund. Pictured in front of one are (from left) Sukup CFO and Vice President Steve Sukup; Carlos Thertus, president and founder of Haiti Relief Fund; Brett Nelson, Sukup employee; and Eugene Sukup, chairman of Sukup Board of Directors.

SHEFFIELD — A partnership between Sukup Manufacturing Co., Sheffield, and the Haiti Relief Fund will put 16 homeless Haitian families in new, all-steel homes.
More than a year of work later, Sukup, known for its grain storage equipment, turned a grain bin into a home.
Recently, the owners of Sukup met with the president and founder of the Haiti Relief Fund, Carlos Thertus, to discuss how these unique homes will make their way to the families who need them most.
Thertus began the Haiti Relief Fund in 2004 after Hurricane Jeanne but said the earthquake last year was much worse.
“It felt like everything we had done up to that point was nothing,” he said. “After the earthquake, it was crazy.”
His organization has supplied food, clothing and even medical equipment to the people of Haiti. The Haiti Relief Fund dispatches to 10 cities in Haiti and keeps its focus on health care.
“The donation from Sukup is a key to Haiti’s needs,” Thertus said. “The homes are expandable, keep out heat and bugs, and are safer during the hurricane season.”
Sukup employee Brett Nelson, who has always dreamed of a bin house, came up with the idea and contacted Thertus.
Brad Poppen, an ag tech at Sukup, transformed a Sukup grain bin into a Safe-T-Home. The Safe-T-Home has a specially designed roof to keep out heat and create airflow through the bin at all times. The all-steel construction keeps out bugs (especially termites) that are a constant problem.
“It’s great to use our expertise to design a home like this,” said Steve Sukup, CFO and vice present of Sukup Manufacturing. “Being a part of a family owned business, it feels good to provide a safe home to families who have been through so much and are in need.”
The homes will be sent to Haiti in early April. All tools and equipment needed to build the Safe-T-Home will be supplied and it should take less than two days to erect each complete home.

— By Laura Bird

http://www.globegazette.com/business/article_3bb82d64-31bc-11e0-bb20-001cc4c03286.html

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Lantana Pharmacy

Dr. Haroun El-Nil and his wife Jacqueline of Lantana Pharmacy of Lantana, Florida

January 12, 2011: One year after the earthquake, with Cholera spreading all over Haiti, Dr. Haroun and his wife Jacqueline, owners of Lantana Pharmacy in Lantana Florida donates 100 cases of Lactated Ringers / injection usp to Haiti Relief Fund to help fight Cholera in Haiti.

Haiti Relief Fund will distribute this vital medical donation to the CTC, Cholera Treatment Center in Haiti, particularly outside Port-au-Prince where not much help has reached the people. Thank you Jacqueline and Dr. Haroun at Lantana Pharmacy.

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Lantana Pharmacy Helps Fight Cholera in Haiti

Dr. Haroun El-Nil and his wife Jacqueline, owners of Lantana Pharmacy in Lantana, Florida and their generous donation to help fight Cholera in Haiti.

Lantana Pharmacy of Lantana, Florida has made a very generous donation of 10 cases of Lactated Ringers and 2 cases of  special antibiotics for fighting the Cholera epidemic in Haiti. Haiti Relief Fund thanks Lantana Pharmacy for their very special donation which will directly impact the lives many, many Cholera victims at CTC, Cholera Treatment Center in Port au Prince, Haiti.

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August 23, 2010: Haiti Relief Fund’s President Carlo Thertus loads  container #9 filled with relief goods for Haiti.

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August 5, 2010 : Eagle Scout Matthew Strobel of Lynbrook, NY delivers 4th batch of donations from the food drive he organized for Haiti Relief Fund. Thanks for all your hard work Matthew!

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July 17, 2010: Eagle Scout Matthew Agar-Johnson of Troop 664 in Manhattan and Rich Johnson dropped off a large donation of camping gear for the people of Haiti. The donation included 40 tarps, 60 tents & 2 cooking grills.

Thanks for the donation Matthew & fellow Eagle Scouts of Troop 664, Boy Scouts of America.

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