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Bringing all the pieces together-Disaster Aid USA + Rotary + Masks + our community community partners like - Karen for Kids, Inc. Our own Judy Cappuccilli connected Disaster Aid USA and the Rotary Club of Prince George County in Rotary District 7620 with Karen for Kids, Inc. for the delivery of 1000 face masks that will help protect vulnerable children. Karen for Kids is a pediatric nursing agency that provides 24 hour skilled Private Duty Nursing Services with unlimited flexibility and unwavering care for children with medical needs in the Maryland Region.
Their mission is to provide quality care to their clients and families because they deserve a dedicated, compassionate, nurturing and professional nursing team to meet their needs.
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Our partners in the Americas Disaster Aid Brazil working together with Rotarians in Rotary Club de União da Vitória - São Cristóvão - Distrito 4740 during the COVID-19 pandemic. Were all doing our part. #bringingthepiecestogether #rebuildingcommunitiestogether #wereallinthistogether ... See MoreSee Less
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Possibly our youngest donor to date! Thank You Ms Livi at Imagination Arts for picking Disaster Aid USA as your charity to support. Keep up the great work and keep changing the world.
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5 days ago
Bringing all the pieces together-Disaster Aid USA + Rotary + Masks + our community community partners like Jacob's Ladder who will share 1000 masks with the vulnerable populations in Prince George's County MD. Thank Rotary District 7620 and Rotary Club of Prince George's County for your support. Rotary District 7620 has also partnered with us in their Covid-19 Volunteer Response- Rotary District 7620 Governor, Barton Goldenberg notes: “All 1.2 million Rotarians in 200 countries around the world are
devoted to serving those in need. The COVID-19 Rotary Response is an outstanding example of Rotary in action. I
strongly encourage all Rotarians and non-Rotarians to volunteer with this initiative in a way that works for you. I also
encourage local government agencies and other service organizations to collaborate with our initiative.”
How it Works
Between 9am-6pm EST, any high-risk individual (elderly, disabled, or severely injured person) unable to leave their home
can call 240-781-6586 to coordinate grocery and medicine pick-up.
Interested volunteers and supporters are encouraged to:
● Share the hotline number with people in need: 240-781-6586
● Sign up to volunteer for ground support (pickups and deliveries) or remote support (participation in the call
center, logistics, marketing).
● Follow and share the efforts of the team on Instagram and Facebook
Coordinators of this project are committed to the health and safety of the Ground Support volunteers. All necessary
precautions, including social distancing and personal protective gear, will be taken to ensure Rotary supports communities
without risk of spreading.
For Volunteer & Partnership Inquiries
Nomie Hamid, Lead of COVID-19 Rotary
Response Cell (443) 851-1118
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1 week ago
Very good Idea !! ..best of it the main porpuse of protection it is vital ..