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Oakland Park, Lauderdale Lakes and Davie set up sites to donate supplies to Haiti relief

The City of Oakland Park has drop boxes inside the following City buildings for employees, residents and other concerned citizens to drop of Earthquake Relief supplies for Haiti:

1). Oakland Park City Hall, 3650 NE 12 Avenue

2). Oakland Park Library, 1298 NE 37 Street

3). Oakland Park Municipal Building, 5399 N. Dixie Highway

4). Fire Station #9, 301 NE 38 Street

5). Fire Station #20, 4721 NW 9 Avenue (Powerline Road)

6). Fire Station #87, 2100 NW 39 Street (corner of NW 21 Avenue)

Various agencies have reported the following first aid and hygiene items are of the most urgent need: Band-aids, Gauze bandages, Medical tape, Antibiotic ointment such as Neosporin, Bar soap, Toothpaste, Toothbrush, Washcloth, One-gallon zip lock bags (City staff has volunteered to assemble bags of the above items)

Davie Mayor Judy Paul announced Wednesday that all Davie Fire Rescue stations are collection sites for donations to Haiti. In the relief effort for Haiti, the Davie Firefighter Benevolent Association in conjunction with Town of Davie will accept donations at all Davie Fire Rescue stations from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day.

Items that can be dropped off are: water, nonperishable foods, rice, canned goods (with pull tops or manual can openers), first aid supplies, tents, flashlights, batteries, and diapers. Please contact the American Red Cross to donate clothing. Checks will also be accepted and can be made out to Davie Firefighter Benevolent Association. This 501 nonprofit organization will donate all proceeds to the Haiti relief effort.

Davie Fire Rescue locations:

Station 38, 6905 Orange Drive

Station 65, 1230 South Nob Hill Road

Station 68, 3600 South Flamingo Road

Station 91, 6101 S.W. 148th Avenue

Station 104, 4491 Oaks Road

For more information, contact Davie Fire Rescue Administration at

The City of Lauderdale Lakes continues its Haiti earthquake relief efforts and has partnered with Walmart and American Intercontinental University for a special donation drive, scheduled for this Saturday and Sunday, January 23 and 24, from 9 AM to 5 PM at the Walmart Supercenter located at 3001 N. State Road 7 (at the corner of Oakland Park Boulevard and 441/State Road 7) in Lauderdale Lakes.

Items still critically needed at this time are canned goods (meats, fish, beans and condensed/evaporated milk with easy open pop tops), bottled water and first aid and medical supplies. Monetary donations will also be accepted; checks can be made payable to the Lauderdale Lakes Haitian Relief Fund. The public can also make donations online at

Donations also continue to be accepted at the following locations and times:

Lauderdale Lakes Community Council

3720 West Oakland Park Blvd., Lauderdale Lakes

Monday - Friday, 8 AM - 7 PM; Saturday, 10 AM – 2 PM

Holy Temple Holiness Church of Deliverance

3798 NW 19th Street, Lauderhill

Tuesday, 2 – 7 PM; Thursday, 1 – 7 PM; Saturday, 1 – 8 PM

Ambassador Seventh-Day Adventist Church

3245 West Oakland Park Blvd., Lauderdale Lakes

Monday – Thursday, 10 AM – 5 PM

American Institute School of Health Careers

3268 N. State Road 7 (Reef Plaza), Lauderdale Lakes

Monday – Thursday, 2 – 6 PM; Friday, 9 AM – 3 PM; Saturday, 9 AM – 1 PM

Haiti Relief Center of Corn Properties

4157 N. State Road 7, Lauderdale Lakes

Monday – Friday, 1 – 5 PM; Saturday, 10 AM – 2 PM

For more information, call or visit the City’s website at

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  5. South Florida rescue team returns from Haiti after rescuing four survivors

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Posted by Andrea Freygang on Jan 21 2010. Filed under Broward County, Davie, Fire/police, Fort Lauderdale, International relations, Lauderdale Lakes, Local news, Non-profit organizations, Oakland Park. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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