Q2 2016 Impact Report
o Haiti: provided medical care at four rural sites outside of Port‐Au‐Prince, to people who find it nearly impossible to make it to a hospital (3,450 bandages donated in Q2)
o Ecuador: provided basic medical exams and health care education to 700 people in the city of Junin, just prior to the 7.8 magnitude earthquake (500 bandages donated in Q2)
o Suriname: served local communities in the jungles near the Amazon River (50 bandages donated in Q2)
Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA): 17,500 bandages donated to this Boulder based non‐profit dedicated to serving those in immediate need of food, shelter and basic necessities.
“I cuddled babies and children, tried my best to make people open up about their issues, and received nothing but shy smiles, kind words and light caresses of my face – a gesture to show how much the people cared and appreciated us being there.” Project C.U.R.E. Ecuador volunteer Tamara Friend
“EFAA food bank clients and families in EFAA housing were thrilled to receive donated bandages” Elizabeth Freedman, Director of Programs at EFAA