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Friday 31 December 2004

Collection sites in Singapore

Tisarana Buddhist Association at 90 Duku Rd (off still road) Tel: 63456741

Items: Medicine, first aid items, sanitary pads, toothbrush, toothpaste, tin food, dry food and CLEAN (new if possible) blankets, towels and clothes.

Please pack them in bags or boxes and lable them separately, eg... Food, Blankets, Medicine, Clothes to be seperated and labeled MALE, FEMALE and CHILDREN. Boxes are preferred but please do NOT seal.

19 Dalhousie Lane ( jus behind Tekka Mall )

Collection of essentials ie .... foods, clothes, blankets, towels .... any day before next Wednesday for Sri Lankan victims.


Old Parliament Lane #01-02 , Parliament Lane,
Olivia - Tel: 81131770

Donations of canned food, blankets and clothings.


Donations of Cash: Brahm Education Centre

Cash donations are collected at Brahm Education Centre. Cheques are to be made payable to "Brahm Education Centre Ltd".
Cash or cheque are to be sent to Brahm Education Centre, 9 Lor 29 Geylang #04-02 Singapore 388065. Please indicate "suffering relief program" on the back of the cheque.
Receipts of items purchased for the victims with the cash donations will be collated and accounts on how the funds are dispensed will be available for inspection at the end of the projecct.
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Blogger Sivasothi said :

More sites are listed here:
2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami Disaster Relief
How we can help from Singapore
http://habitatnews.nus.edu.sg/news/tsunamirelief/

Fri Dec 31, 05:00:00 AM IST  
Blogger benny06 said :

Greetings all,
Thank you for this blog. I have posted the link on JRE Grassroots.org and I will be posting it on my own blog as well, called Benny's World. This has really good information.

I do have a question. I have read that most of the wildlife in Sri Lanka sensed the earthquake coming and moved to higher ground. However, they must be vulnerable as people are to disease, lack of water, food, etc as perhaps many of their care takers may be lost or dead. Is there an organization that is assisting in taking care of these wildlife habitats or rescuing these animals? I tried looking at the World Wildlife Federation's web site, which does mention the disaster, but I didn't see anything about any special efforts.

Thank you. God bless you and the survivors of this earth shattering experience. May those looking for their loved ones find them soon.

Fri Dec 31, 05:31:00 AM IST  
Blogger Daryl said :

I've been keeping a running post of places and means to donate in Singapore here and will be cross-posting here.

Fri Dec 31, 08:24:00 AM IST