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Mayor DeMaria is pleased to announce that the City of Everett in partnership with the North Shore Evangelical Missionary Church (NSEMC) will be hosting a “Helping Hands for Haiti Disaster Relief Drive” on Sunday, September 19th between 12pm – 5pm. The event will occur in Everett Square at the entrance of the School Street Municipal Parking Lot.
"It was heartbreaking to hear that there was another earthquake in Haiti on August 14th," said Mayor DeMaria. "Partnering with the North Shore Evangelical Missionary Church to host this event will help so many people in Haiti. The City of Everett is offering our full support to our community members and their families."
The drive is occurring to help provide aid and support to those who have been affected by the earthquake in Haiti that occurred on August 14th. The earthquake had a magnitude of 7.2 and left many homeless, orphaned, and struggling to survive.
During the drive, the NSEMC will be collecting goods to send to Haiti. These goods include:
The drive will begin with a brief program where members of the Everett community and the NSEMC will be speaking and providing words of hope and encouragement. All members of the community are encouraged to attend and provide support to those affected by the earthquake.