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The Lord's Place in need of emergency hurricane supplies to help the needy

Agency wants to fill 300 kits of supplies for the needy
Posted at 7:47 PM, Jul 13, 2022
and last updated 2022-07-13 19:47:38-04

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.  — The Lord's Place is seeking help in fulfilling the agency's needs of emergency hurricane supplies.

The agency is asking community groups or individuals to donate hurricane supplies to fill over 300 kits for all of The Lord's Place clients living on its campuses and in its supportive housing and for those living on the streets.

Hurricane season started on June 1 and the agency wants to help the less fortunate prepare for the season.

Here is a list of supplies needed.

  • Flashlights  - 262                             
  • Batteries  - 262                          
  • Dried Milk   - 37                          
  • Can Openers - 262                         
  • Powdered drink  - 262                        
  • Antibacterial wipes  - 312                
  • Bleach   - 132                                    
  • Battery-operated personal fans - 312
  • Disposable raincoats - 312
  • Umbrellas  - 132
  • Battery packs to charge devices - 100
  • Hygiene packs (toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, washcloth, lotion) - 312
  • Canned and nonperishable food, especially proteins and cans with pop-tops - Unlimited
  • Bottled water - Unlimited
  • Individually packaged protein bars and snacks - Unlimited

"Any donation will be appreciated," The Lord's Place said in a news release.
The items can also be purchased from The Lord's Place Amazon wish list and sent directly to its office.

Anyone interested in doing a supply drive is asked to email or call 561.494.0125.