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  1. Homeless

  2. Aids-HIV

  3. Cancer

  4. Hunger

  5. Poverty

  6. Other...

Garth Charity Projects, Inc serious message: Communities that have experienced a storm, which destroys many lives and leave the neighborhood in an emergency condition will in result receive aid from government, and definitely non profit corporation Garth Charity Projects, Inc. And the Dire need issues at hand are surely qualified to receive the Garth Charity Projects, Inc support. If floods, occur where homes are not in any livable conditions, and even where epidemic, breaks out and a widespread occurrence of an infection disease and tragedy occur. Where babies and the elderly is in danger in a community, as well as the sick is a danger to the community itself. At which point at a level a particular and at a time, a flu epidemic added with a lot more  Health danger in conjunction. And Health Alert is in Red. Then these are factors and even before-then our Garth Charity Projects, Inc should step in to support the situation before the community is heavily infected as well as surrounding communities. Any relating to or of the nature of an epidemic is something that we will seriously act against.  The corporation is geared to act on situations that take lives and destroys a nation and its community. The United States of America will stand with you, and that means its citizens and other nation of the Caribbean, the Maroon Town St James, and Jamaica as a whole. Volunteers of America and Jamaica in the future will exercise ways through training to deal with natural disaster catastrophe. Other emergencies such as, Fire, Gun Violence, Earth Quakes, Tornado, Tsunami, and More Details 


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Garth Charity
Contact Director of Natural Disaster and Dire needs Secretary for Info

Our Non Profit Garth Charity Projects, Inc standing up for humanity cries from
   within, the United States and to the branch within, Jamaica and else where.

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