Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Palmetto Bay Councilman David Singer organizes Hurricane Relief for the Bahamas - At Dadeland Station

Palmetto Bay Councilman David Singer has teamed up with Corporate America - Dadeland Station and its stores for supplies to Abaco Relief. This is yet another outstanding example of community spirit; as well as another opportunity to participate. 

Councilman Singer has organized a hurricane relief effort to help victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas, teaming up with Dadeland Station.

He is asking folks to drop off non-perishable donations at the Dadeland Station center located at 8312 S Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33143.  Items should be dropped off at the Security Office located on the 1st floor of the parking garage.

David Singer will oversee the transfer of these goods from the Dadeland Station security office to the ships transporting the much-needed supplies to the Bahamas.

The Dadeland Station donation site offers a unique opportunity for those looking to buy and contribute as they do not have to transport. Items can either be brought from home, office or schools to the site, or you can purchase items at any of these stores and simply brought down to the security office via shopping cart - one stop.

Councilman Singer has expressed his heartfelt appreciation for those who participate in the many efforts going on to assist the Bahamas in this crisis.

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