Friday, December 7, 2012

Salamanca Area Kiwanis Club Donates to Sandy

On November 20, 2012, the Salamanca Area Kiwanis Club donated $100 for Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief.  The members of the Salamanca Area Kiwanis Club voted to dedicate a portion of their annual fundraising effort to help the families and children who lost everything during the recent disaster caused by Hurricane Sandy.
The American public and generous organizations have been very supportive of the Red Cross relief response to Superstorm Sandy and we thank them for their generosity. Their donations are making a difference, enabling us to spend tens of millions of donated dollars providing food, shelter, relief supplies and comfort to people affected by Sandy.
If you would like to donate visit your local Red Cross Office in Jamestown, Olean or Wellsville; visit or text REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation. 

Salamanca Area Kiwanis Club President Ned Fenton presented a $100 donation for Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief to Bill Tucker, Executive Director of the American Red Cross of Southwestern New York.

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