Emergency fundraiser this Sunday at the Beveridge Place

The Beveridge Place Pub has put together a fundraiser this Sunday – an emergency fundraiser to benefit Doctors Without Borders in their effort to bring medical relief to victims of the earthquake in Haiti.

Join us this Sunday from 4-7pm to help us raise money for Doctors Without Borders*’ effort in Haiti. We’ll be serving up hot dogs and sausages, [including veggie dogs], have a variety of silent auction items and run a raffle, too. So there’s lots of ways for you to help!

If you wish to donate raffle or silent auction items, please email us to make arrangements. [email protected]

*Doctors Without Borders (or for you Francophiles: Médecins Sans

Frontières), is an international medical humanitarian organization working in more than 60 countries to assist people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe. They have already treated more than 1,000 people on the ground in Haiti following Tuesday’s earthquake, but the needs are huge. An inflatable hospital with operating theatres is expected to arrive in the next 24 hours. Help us help them!



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Emergency fundraiser this Sunday at the Beveridge Place

The Beveridge Place Pub has put together a fundraiser this Sunday – an emergency fundraiser to benefit Doctors Without Borders in their effort to bring medical relief to victims of the earthquake in Haiti.

Join us this Sunday from 4-7pm to help us raise money for Doctors Without Borders*’ effort in Haiti. We’ll be serving up hot dogs and sausages, [including veggie dogs], have a variety of silent auction items and run a raffle, too. So there’s lots of ways for you to help!

If you wish to donate raffle or silent auction items, please email us to make arrangements. [email protected]

*Doctors Without Borders (or for you Francophiles: Médecins Sans

Frontières), is an international medical humanitarian organization working in more than 60 countries to assist people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe. They have already treated more than 1,000 people on the ground in Haiti following Tuesday’s earthquake, but the needs are huge. An inflatable hospital with operating theatres is expected to arrive in the next 24 hours. Help us help them!



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