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Adventist services helping in aftermath of storm


Greater New York Conference Communications Department

A HELPING HAND: Adventist Community Services volunteers distribute emergency supplies in Queens, New York.

The Seventh Day Adventist Church of Goldendale reports that church workers have been assisting with victims of hurricane Sandy.

In the wake of the recent super storm in the Northeast, Adventist Community Services Disaster Response (ACS DR) is assisting in the relief and cleanup efforts. Teams of Adventist volunteers are in place to provide food, blankets, clothing and other much needed relief supplies to those in need. ACS DR specializes in warehouse management and is able to leverage its partnerships to make bulk purchases of supplies at a fraction of the cost. The ACS Dr works along with the Red Cross.


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