The collection site will be Taylor Hall, located in the student
apartment complex east of the main campus, off Route 10. The
collection site will be staffed weekdays from 3 to 7 p.m. and on
Saturday, Feb. 13, from 9 a.m. until noon.
collection is being coordinated with Haitian Christian Outreach.
LCU students will pack items that are delivered to the LCU
collection site for shipping to Haiti at the end of February.
High-priority items include things such as work gloves, bottled
water, crutches, over-the-counter pain relievers and anti-itch
creams, as well as baby items: cereal and powdered formula. A
complete list of items being collected is available online at
If you prefer to make a cash donation, you are encouraged to do
so online at one of these trusted organizations:
Individuals and organizations who would like to drop off their
donations at LCU Taylor Hall are encouraged to sort the items, pack
them in cardboard or plastic boxes, and label items before dropping
them off at the collection site.
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Mac Burberry, executive director of Haitian Christian Outreach,
teaches in the School of Adult & Graduate Studies and is an LCU
alumnus. More than a dozen LCU employees have served in Haiti over
the years, and students regularly serve there on short-term trips.
It was a natural instinct for Burberry to ask LCU to be a collection
site for needed relief items.
This collection effort is a way for LCU to show their love and
support to the two seminary students, cafeteria manager and five LCU
alumni, and their families, who call Haiti home.
[Text from file received from
Lincoln Christian University]