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You can help Gulf birds

By Jade Bulecza - bio | email

VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) – As oil clings to wildlife in the gulf, a South Georgia organization is collecting donations to help rescue the seabirds.

The Filipino American Association of Southern Georgia in Valdosta is collecting money and supplies like detergent and towels, needed to help save the birds.

They'll take the supplies and money to the 'Save Our Seabirds' organization in Sarasota which will help rescue and rehabilitate birds.

"It breaks my heart seeing the seabirds covered in oil and just helpless I'm glad the Filipino American Association of Southern Georgia is getting so much support from the city and community," said Berna Edmonson, the president of the FAASG.

Donation boxes have been placed at businesses, Moody Air Force Base, and at the City of Valdosta departments.

 

  • Items needed:

Yellow dishwashing gloves
Blue colored down dishwashing detergent
Scotch brand green scrubbers
AA and AAA Batteries
Bath and Hand Towels
Powdered laundry detergent
Liquid bleach
Safety goggles
Monetary donations

 

  • Click HERE for a link to 'Save Our Seabirds'
  • Please contact Berna Edmonson at (229) 630-3800 if you would like your business to be a drop off location.
  • You can drop off these items at Mama Mias, American Solutions in Remerton, and FRG.


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