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Liberians & Virginians in action against Ebola

VALAE – Virginia In Action For Liberia Against Ebola, is a campaign organized by Diaspora Liberians and friends in Virginia to provide support and resources needed to control the spread of the Ebola virus in Liberia. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Ebola virus in West Africa to be “an international public health emergency that requires an extraordinary response to stop its spread.”

VALAE with its partners The Virginia Baptist Mission Board and First Baptist will host a Prayer Vigil and kick-off event on Sunday, August 24, 5pm at First Baptist Church, 2709 Monument Avenue. VALAE is asking the public to donate sanitary items and medical supplies like: bar soap, fluid resistant gowns,  disposable boot & show covers, polycarbonate face shields, hospital masks, disposable aprons with sleeves & hair nets, splash protection safety goggles, surgical, examination, obstetrics Gynecology, latex & vinyl gloves (all sizes), disinfectants -Clorox bleach & bleach spray, Lysol spray, antibacterial hand sanitizer, disposable sanitizing wipes, empty bottles sprayers, alcohol & alcohol  wipes.

There are several ways to make Financial donations through the Virginia Baptist Mission Board; a secured electronic donation to vbmb.org/financial-resources/services (choose “Ebola Outbreak” in drop menu). By checks payable to Virginia Baptist Mission Board, memo line “Ebola Virus – Liberia”, mail to Virginia Baptist Mission Board, Attn: Dean Miller, 2828 Emerywood Parkway, Henrico, Va. 23294 and credit cards donations are accepted by calling 804-915-5000 ask for Jeannette Hildebrand. For more information or organizations willing to donate medical supplies or items, call Rev. Dr. Calvin A. Birch 804-714-7450, email africanchurch65@netzero.net; Levi R. Johnson 804-819-0291 or Garway Bright 804-908-7415.



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