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January 22, 2010

EyeCare 20/20 Collection Site for Haiti Earthquake Relief


EyeCare 20/20, in conjunction with the Livingston Rotary Clubs, are looking for assistance from our patients and the community to help survivors of the recent tragedy in Haiti.
We are asking for the following items that we will forward to the Livingston Rotary Club who will then get them to Haiti through their International Rotary connections:
  • Baby Food
  • Rice
  • Pop Top Cans of Beans or Fruit
  • Dry Beans
  • Dried Meats
  • Gently used or new summer clothes, sandals/sneakers, baseball caps, toys/stuffed animals
  • First Aid/ Medical Supplies
  • Batteries in packages
  • Flashlights
Items and donations may be dropped at our office located at 46 Eagle Rock Avenue, East Hanover or any of the number of other convenient local drop sites:
  • Regal Bank  570 W. Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Livingston
  • Regal Bank  504 S. Livingston Avenue, Livingston
  • PIP Printing  465 W. Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Livingston
  • Jan Press Photography  72 S. Livingston Avenue, Livingston
  • Investors Savings  371 E. Northfield Avenue, Livingston
  • Livingston Chiropractics  65 E. Northfield Road, Suite F, Livingston
  • Catridge World  184 S. Livingston Avenue, Livingston
  • Law Office of Larry Stempler  704 Passaic Avenue, Caldwell
Thank you in advance for your assistance and generosity.



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This is very sad.. But it's goodto know that in times like this people of the world become one..

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