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Houston, Texas: Humanity First USA slates local Hurricane Sandy relief dinner on Dec. 13


In recent years, Humanity First has responded to many disasters, including the famine in North East Africa, Japan Tsunami, Haiti Earthquake, Hurricane Katrina and Pakistan Floods. In the post disaster phase, Humanity First engaged in community development projects to build local infrastructure and alleviate poverty in these areas.

File photo: Humanity First dinner, Yorba Linda, California – 2011

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By Your Houston News | December 8, 2012

Humanity First is a disaster relief and human development NGO based in 39 countries. The organization aims to strengthen people’s capacity to help themselves through disaster relief and human development projects.

Humanity First’s mission is relieve suffering caused by natural disaster and human conflict, promote peace and understanding, and strengthen peoples’ capacity to help themselves.

To assist with Hurricane Sandy, Humanity First has provided warm meals to 3,700 individuals and rehabilitated more than 50 homes. It has also provided these households with essential supplies.

In recent years, Humanity First has responded to many disasters, including the famine in North East Africa, Japan Tsunami, Haiti Earthquake, Hurricane Katrina and Pakistan Floods. In the post disaster phase, Humanity First engaged in community development projects to build local infrastructure and alleviate poverty in these areas.

While the media buzz around Hurricane Sandy has vanished, millions of people still suffer from its aftermath. This Thursday Dec. 13, join Humanity First for its Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Dinner in Houston. The dinner will be held at Shirley Acres, 217 Woemer Road, Houston, TX 77090.

You are cordially invited to Humanity First USA’s Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Fundraising Dinner Thursday, December 13, 2012 to be held at Shirley Acres, 217 Woemer Road, Houston, TX 77090.

Registration is at 5:30 p.m with the program beginning at 6 p.m.

Individual tickets are $200 per seat with $170 tax deducible; Beneficiary Level individual tickets are $300 each with $270 tax deductible. Table of 10 Beneficiary tickets are $2,000 with a $1,700 tax deductible status.

RSVP at either by e-mail to rsvp@us.humanityfirst.org or call 713-459-0125.

Find out more at our website, http://usa.humanityfirst.org.

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