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Sale to benefit Haiti

By Sheila Gray – bio | email

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) – The Michael Bradley Family Foundation has created an event with Moksha Yoga Northern Kentucky to aide in the current devastation that exists within Haiti.  With the current number of fatalities running around 200,000 according to Haiti Officials, without medical support, clean water, food, and sanitary conditions, the survivors of this earthquake are in dire need of support.

Show your support and lend a hand by donating fine goods (such as furniture, lighting, exercise equipment, household items, china, baby furniture, stroller, baby items, purses and arcade games), AND by making a purchase at the event, complete with a jumping castle for kids to play, a superb bake sale put forth by the dedicated youth of the Northern Kentucky community.

The event will be held at Notre Dame Academy, 1699 Hilton Drive, Park Hills, KY, 41011:
Saturday, February 13.... 8AM-5PM
Sunday, February 14......11AM-4PM
Monday, February 15th...9AM-1PM

Ellen Bradley of Moksha Yoga says, "By attending our event , or donating, you will change the future of those who without our help may have to pay they ultimate price.  Your contribution by donating your fine goods, and making a purchase at our event will bring medicine, food, shelter, and water, life's basic needs, helping to heal and recover from this tragedy, and spread your valuable message of love and support."

To donate larger goods requiring pick up, please contact Ellen Bradley at Ellen@mokshayoganky.com, or telephone 859 912 2004, or Jennifer Corts at tjcorts@fuse.net, telephone 859 992 6081.  Smaller goods can be directed to Moksha Yoga Northern Kentucky.  Tax receipts will be provided.

To volunteer your help for this event please contact info@mokshayoganky.com .

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