Charity Market in Michigan
The Yemeni woman’s tender in Michigan continues to support the less fortunate communities. The charity market favoring Yemen has a Yemnat Service office under the leadership of the activist, Houria El-Reini, in cooperation with the International Council for Relief and Development (ICRD).
More than 30,000 Yemeni Americans live in Michigan. However, when covid-19 hit Yemen, the community was affected just like others. Due to the people’s outcry, the International Council for Relief Development (ICRD) came in to help the community.
ICRD, together with other well-wishers, joined hands and started an initiative to donate help to Covid-19 victims. The donations aim to help the families of the affected, hospitals, and the Yemeni American community at large. The donations will help in purchasing health protective equipment such as PPEs, sanitary items and hygiene kits.
The supplies will be of great help to health workers in Michigan hospitals as they attend to patients. As a result, they will be protected from contracting the virus. This will be a sigh of relief to them since many feared for their lives and those of their loved ones.
Besides, the medical equipment will boost the diagnosis and treatment of covid-19 and other diseases in Michigan hospitals. As a result, the death rate of the Yemenis communities will slow down. Besides, the ICRD donation will help in creating awareness of COvid-19 among the communities. People will know the disease better and how to protect themselves from contracting it.
Can you be part of the Charity Market in Michigan?
Yes, you can be part of the donation to help the Yemenis communities. ICRD is calling people from every race and religion to offer their support. You might have little to donate, but it will help a mile. Join the charity market in Michigan and be a blessing to a soul in need.