Volunteers from NAPS (the National Association for the Prevention of Starvation), and Oakwood University students, have been working in the Harvest-Madison area of Alabama since the tornadoes struck last Wednesday (April 27, 2011).
The student volunteers were preparing for a follow-up mission to Suriname, as well as in various cities in the U.S., when disaster struck. The teams have been working since the day after, in the Anderson Hills area, and will be working in surrounding areas over the next few days. Dr. Marlo Hodnett of Abundant Life Medical Care and head of NAPS' Medical Committee, will see non-emergent cases in parking lot of 44 Hughes Road in Madison, out of NAPS Mobile Clinic.
To support NAPS's tornado relief efforts, please donate at napsoc.org .
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