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Relief drive draws massive response

posted on 08/01/2005: 717 views

The Dubai Aid City (DAC) Emergency Collection Centre has received tremendous response from a large number of people living in the UAE. Todate, DAC has collected more than 80 tons of various emergency supplies and Dh800,000 in cash donations from generous donors and well-wishers in the UAE.

Barbara Castek, Head of Dubai Aid City said: "We owe the active participation and the generous support of the public to General Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and UAE Defence Minister, the founder of the Dubai Aid City. Seventy-five tonnes of relief aid supplies are being flown out of Dubai to Sri Lanka tonight by FedEx on behalf of the Dubai Red Crescent.

Dubai Aid City is accepting donations in the form of cash, blankets, clothes, medical supplies, non-perishable food, and tents. The collection centre at Al Attar Business Tower, 2nd floor, Sheikh Zayed Road is now open until the end of January 2005. Cheques can be written in favour of UAE Red Crescent or UNICEF. DAC is also managing daily flights carrying relief supplies to the affected areas. (The Khaleej Times)


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