For over a decade, UAF has responded to disasters all over the world. When disaster strikes here in our own country, we will be there. Cenovio Villa and I will go to Houston this weekend to assess the needs and, working with local community leaders, identify a community most underserved for our direct attention.
We know how bad it’s going to get after the water recedes from our experience in Baton Rouge. We are going to have an integrated response: Clean and gut houses. Critical appliances. Food, toiletries, clothes, schools supplies so people can safely get some semblance of their lives back.
We started United Aid Foundation out of frustration with the largesse of large non-profits and government organizations. We don’t take salaries and we aren’t looking for glory (not that there is any in this type of work). We spend our time and money in a desire to help our fellow human beings most in need.
If you want to see where your donation is going, what it is buying, and meet the people you are helping, make a donation to UAF http://www.unitedaidfoundation.org/support-us/ our GoFundMe drive https://www.gofundme.com/uaf-rebuilds-houston/ or buy an item from our you are interested in volunteering, contact us at email@example.com. Feel free, of course, to forward this to anyone like-minded.
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