Gainesville Woman Continues To Collect Truckloads Of Donations For Haiti
She started collecting donations just days after the Haiti earthquake. Now following, a massive outpouring Sister Hazel Williams is getting ready to head to South Florida to help the refugees. She's been collecting items at the site of the old Peaceful Paths warehouse .
Trash bags full of clothing as well as various food items have been collected. Various portions of donations are on their way out, but Sister Hazel says the need is still there.
"We would like very much for people to continue to bring because they don't have anything to receive them with," Williams said. "They had nothing in the beginning. Now, they lost everything."
Some of the most-needed items include baby food and formula, eyeglasses, mats and bottled bater.
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