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Hurricane Support for Cuba Urgently Needed
Irma – the category-5 hurricane that skirted along the northern coast of Cuba– decimated the homes and villages of many Cubans who were already struggling to meet basic needs.
At present, there is doubt that the government will be able to meet the needs of the people in repairing hurricane damage, due to the combination of widespread damage and the chronically limited and unpredictable supply of basic materials within the country.
We are able to help them to begin to repair their lives with the purchase of at least some basic materials and other necessities. Please see the below video message from Rev. Halbert of the Church of San Lucas, Santiago de Cuba, as well as recent posts on our blog regarding storm damage, recent news reports, and a pastoral message from The Rt. Rev. Griselda Delgado del Carpio.
Please consider a donation to the Episcopal Church of Cuba, which is being facilitated by the Community of the Cross of Nails through the donate button on their main page or directly through the donate button below.
In special instructions please write ONLY "HURRICANE IRMA RELIEF" – Nothing more, and nothing less. All donations with this instruction will go to the Episcopal Church of Cuba.
If sending a check, please write the check to "Community of the Cross of Nails" and include "Hurricane Irma Relief" in the memo line, then mail to:
c/o Church of the Good Shepherd
P.O. Box 145
Lookout Mtn., TN 37350
The Community of the Cross of Nails is a non-profit, religious corporation under the Laws of the State of Georgia and is tax exempt under Sec. 501(c)(3) of the IRC. Donors are therefore entitled to deduct their contributions under Sec. 170(a) of the IRC.
Please also read about the peace, justice and reconciliation mission of the Community of the Cross of Nails by clicking HERE.
Episcopal Relief and Development is also working to provide aide following Hurricane Irma throughout the Caribbean, for which donations are being accepted at this link: Donate to ERD Hurricane Relief Fund.
The Friends of the Episcopal Church of Cuba