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Disaster Clean-up Bucket


As part of the 2020 Task Force, we looked for ways to be more present in the community and play to our strengths. To help us be more prepared to help our neighbors in the event of a disaster, we sought guidance from Presbytery Disaster Assistance who recommended creating cleanup buckets. 

We have ordered 25 buckets and have created a list of items that PDA recommends. If you are an Amazon shopper, you can use our list and items will be shipped directly. https://tinyurl.com/SlifersAmazon

You may be able to find these items cheaper, so you can use this as a shopping guide. 

Each bucket is worth about $50, so you can sponsor a bucket or provide a gift of cash that we can use for materials.  



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