Masbia Relief On News12 Hudson Valley: Rockland’s Jewish community Joins With Haitian Community To Collect Funds, Supplies For Earthquake VictimsPost by: Jose Gavidia • August 27, 2021
The anchor of News12 of Hudson Valley presents a report by Ty Milburn from Spring Valley Village hall. Masbia‘s Executive Director Alexander Rapaport, Rockland County Legislator’s Aron B. Weider, and leaders from the Orthodox and Hasidic Jewish community gathered outside Village Hall to launch the Haiti Relief campaign to help Haitians after the earthquake.
Rockland’s Jewish community Joins With Haitian Community To Collect Funds, Supplies For Earthquake Victims
The Jewish community in Rockland County is joining forces with the Haitian community to raise funds and collect food and supplies for Haiti following the devastating earthquake there.
County Legislator Aron Wieder organized an event Thursday.
Pallets of food and supplies were loaded onto container trucks in the parking lot of Village Hall in Spring Valley.
The goods will be eventually shipped to Haiti to help the citizens impacted by the earthquake to recover.
“This is about giving to the Haitian community. This is about having a heart. And feeling the pain of the people in Haiti,” says Wieder.
They are still collecting more goods and money to help pay for shipping.
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For the Haiti Relief Drive page click here.