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Chatham High Key Club is Hosting an Online Hurricane Disaster Health Kit Drive

Credits: Chatham Key Club

The Chatham High School Key Club is hosting an online Hurricane Disaster Health Kit drive, in conjunction with MAP International.

The link to donate is active immediately and will run until September 20th. These kits will directly benefit families displaced by hurricanes Harvey and Irma. A tangible goods collection will also be held in the CHS Main Lobby to assemble additional kits. Any of  the items listed below would be appreciated. 

https://yougivegoods.com/chskeyclubdisasterhealthkitdrive

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All kits include:

2 - 1 gallon zip bags

1- 2 oz. travel bottle of shampoo

1- 2 oz. travel bottle of body lotion

1 personal package of body wipes

1 stick of deodorant

1 bar of soap

1 13"x13" washcloth

1 personal size tube of toothpaste

1 toothbrush

1 comb

1 30 ct. box of bandages

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