Second Huricane Sandy Shipment Sent

Hurricane Sandy swept through the northeastern United States almost five months ago, yet many of its victims are still in relief shelters without basic necessities. Especially hard hit were the disabled, many of whom lost equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers and bath benches. Whether in a relief shelter or settled back to their homes, without basic equipment such as this, the disabled victims of Sandy are unable to maintain mobility and their quality of life.

On Monday, April 1, FODAC and Portlight Strategies, Inc. partnered by collecting and shipping DME and other medical supplies to a distribution center in Tom’s River, New Jersey; from there, the supplies will be distributed to other centers in New Jersey and New York to help support recovery efforts for the disabled community. This is the second shipment for Sandy relief from FODAC and Portlight; the organizations have partnered in the past on relief efforts for the Haitian earthquake, as well as for Hurricanes Katrina, Irene, Ike and Isaac.

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“I needed a wheelchair for my granddaughter since she had brain surgery. I stopped at a thrift store in Stone Mountain and they told me about this place. I was really surprised to get help so fast and you can feel a warm atmosphere. Everyone ws so nice, specially Ms. Pam. She went out of her way to help us. Praise God.”

Sylvia HawkinsStone Mountain, Georgia
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