Hurricane Iris Relief

This is a secure server, and all transactions go directly to the Placencia area

The situation is difficult, and contributions from Friends of Belize and all other kinds of donors are greatly appreciated.

These funds will be available for surrounding areas as well, e.g., Independence, Seine Bight, Mango Creek

Here is a secure online donation form, feel free to be generous!

This money will be sent to Belize untouched by any middlemans cut. We are going to send money down thru Frank Redmond. He is setting up a Barclays account just for these donations.
He is out on the front lines today working with the Mennonites to bring relief to hard hit areas.

Over $19,500 us raised as of Jan 12, 2001, 100 donations

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Frank has opened the following account at the Belize Bank, San Ignacio Branch, for direct wires and deposits. All funds donated online will go to this same account.
Hurricane Iris Relief Fund, Account No 501-5355
The Belize Bank, San Ignacio Branch, 16 Burns Avenue, San Ignacio Town, Cayo District, Belize. CA

For International Transfers:

Bank of America International,
1 World Trade Center,
New York NY 10048-1191
Routing # 026009593
For transfer to Belize Bank, Belize City, for further transfer to Belize Bank San Ignacio, a/c 5015355 in name of Hurricane Iris Relief Fund.

For your additional info, the manager is Mr Sabido and his tel no is 501 92 2031

All funds raised by this list will be channelled through:
The Red Creek Mennonite Church, San Ignacio, Cayo
Pastor Frank Friesan, Tel 501 92 3722

Goods will be distributed throughout the Punta Gorda area through:
Caribbean Light and Truth, Punta Gorda, Tel 501 72 2344

The principle behind what we are doing is moving whatever is purchased free. Labor for house construction will involve the new owner with groups of Mennonites working as well for free. Food and clothing will be distributed free.

I will have feedback from Punta Gorda by the weekend on the suggested use of new funds, suggestions coming from the people of PG. We are shipping another 3 tons of corn flour tomorrow, along with other food items and clothes.40 ft container is going.

We currently have committments for the construction of 15 of the $750 houses. We are waiting to see if this is the type of building people want in general.

Thanks to all.

San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize
Phone: +541-686-9209 Fax: +208-361-4861 Email

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