Hearts with Hands accepting local donations to help possible Isaac victims

Asheville, NC –Tropical Storm Isaac is projected to make landfall along the Gulf Coast later this week. The warm Gulf waters have this tropical storm intensifying as a Category 1-2 hurricane making landfall along the Gulf Coast later this week. Hearts With HandsTM has mobilized its satellite team in Alabama and they are in the process of collecting disaster relief supplies. Bill Bradley, Executive Director of Hearts With Hands in Asheville stated, “This storm has potential to make landfall the exact same day as Hurricane Katrina in 2005 at almost the exact same area. We are asking for donations of the relief supplies listed below.”

• Non-perishable Food Items/Convenience Foods
• Flashlights/Batteries
• Bottled Water
• Hygiene Items
• Camping Supplies
• Toothbrushes/Toothpaste
• Plastic Plates, Forks, Knives, Spoons
• Diapers/Wipes/Baby Food
• Cleaning Supplies
• New Clothes
• First Aid Supplies/OTC Medications
No Used Clothing, Please!

Donated Items may be dropped off at the Hearts With Hands Warehouse located at: 951 Sand Hill Road, Asheville, NC.

• Donations call also be dropped off at:

Brown’s Pottery (684-2901)
2398 Hendersonville Highway Arden, NC 28704

Computers For Christ (686-0232) 2288 US HWY 70
Swannanoa, NC (across from Ingles)

Financial donations to cover shipping costs and the purchase of some items may be mailed to:
Hearts With Hands, Inc. P. O. Box 6444 Asheville, NC 28816

For more information, call (828)667-1912 or visit the website at: www.heartswithhands.org

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