Coral Gables Collects for Haitian Earthquake Victims


The City of Coral Gables is collecting donations for the victims of the earthquake that ravaged Haiti. Cash donations are the most effective way of providing relief. Donations to the American Red Cross can be sent to American Red Cross, P.O. Box 37243, Washington DC 20013, by phone at 1-800-REDCROSS or at www.redcross.org/. Donors should designate their gift to AP 2885 Haiti Relief and Development.

Additionally, interested donors can visit www.interaction.org to obtain a list of credible responding agencies for international emergencies and www.give.org to get valuable information on making informed decisions when supporting charities. Donors can also visit www.globalgiving.org for more information.

All of the City’s Police and Fire Stations continue to accept relief supplies. The most needed supplies include nonperishable food, canned goods with easy-to-open lids, water, gloves of all types, surgical masks and camping tents.

The City is coordinating relief efforts with Miami-Dade County. As such, the Coral Gables branch of the Miami-Dade Public Library System, 3443 Segovia Street, is also an active drop off site.

You can take your donations to any of the following locations:

Coral Gables Fire Station #1
2815 Salzedo Street

Coral Gables Fire Station #2
525 South Dixie Highway

Coral Gables Fire Station #3
11911 Old Cutler Road

Coral Gables Police Station
2801 Salzedo Street

The City of Coral Gables is committed to assisting the people of Haiti through rescue operations and relief supplies. The City is asking residents and local businesses to join in its efforts in helping Haitians in their time of need. For additional information contact the City of Coral Gables Office of Public Affairs at 305-460-5205.


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