Children's Festival for 750 Sandy Survivors

by Do Your Part, Inc
Vetted
Aug 5, 2013

Final project report

Thank you to all who have donated to this special project, which was inspired by a 14 year old Rockaway, NY survivor, named Ariel Creamer. She called this idea "Silver Lining," and established it for the children that survived Hurricane Sandy. The event in which this project was initiated was held on June 9th, and was attended by more than 800 children and parents. Do Your Part, along with Ariel Creamer would like to thank you again for helping us complete this project and for making it a big success.

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Organization Information

Do Your Part, Inc

Location: North Hills, CA - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.doyourpart.org
Project Leader:
Schlene Boundy
NY, New York United States

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
   

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