County Commission Chairman, Pete Liakakis is continuing to collect supplies for county-wide effort to respond to the tragedy in Haiti.
Savannah Responds has established a drop off location for donations in the vacant lot at the corner of Mall Boulevard and Abercorn Street with collections running through Sunday, January 31.
Hours of collection are from 8AM to 8PM seven days a week.
Donations that are needed are: Canned Foods, Cereals, Rice, Bottled Water, Paper Products, Toothpaste and Brushes, Soap, Alcohol, Disinfectants, Rope, Tarps, Mops, Brooms, Bucks, Hammers, Screwdrivers, Pliers, Shovels, Axes, Rakes, Saws, Drills, Gloves, Flashlights, Lanterns, Batteries, Generators, Chain Saws, Tents, Sleeping Bags and New Clothes.
Savannah Responds was founded by Chairman Liakakis in 1961 to provide aid to the Savannah area and other places hit by floods, hurricanes and other natural disasters.
Throughout the years food, goods, equipment and volunteers have been sent to locations as far away as Italy and as near as Charleston, SC and South Florida, in addition to here.
For additional information call (912) 233-2876