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Freedom Church Housing Evacuees from Hurricane Irma

Freedom Church at 500 Underwood Rd. Milledgeville is accepting evacuees from Hurricane Irma. They have room for 500 but need: air mattresses, blankets, pillows, towels/washcloths, personal care items, hand sanitizer, and cell phone chargers for a charging station. 

They are also taking monetary donations to help with feeding those in need and anyone who wishes to volunteer their time can also sign up on the website. For more information or to volunteer, please call 478-452- 7694 or go to http://freedomchurch.net/hurricane-irma-response/

Kristy Johnson
Assistant Director of Community Engagement
478-445-7867
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