The founders of Mission Change spent a year in the Bahamas doing mission work and are now collecting supplies to help people there hit hard by Irene.
They're asking for donations of:
Tarps, rope, five gallon buckets, matches, candles, batteries, flashlights, canned foods, and rain boots for men and women.
You can also donate online at http://www.missionchange.com.
You can drop off donations at Flint Community Bank, Austin's BBQand the state farm office by TJ Maxx.
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