Hurricane Eta and Iota Disaster Relief Fund was established by The Indigenous Miskitu Circle Corp, a nonprofit 501(c)3 to benefit relief efforts aiding the Indigenous communities of the North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region in Nicaragua in the devasting aftermath of Hurricane Eta that touched down in the region on November 2nd, 2020.
All donations will secure emergency supplies and resources for the indigenous communities, including, but not limited to: clean water for bathing and drinking; food supply, milk and diapers; clothing; blankets; rebuilding infrasture, shelter, and housing; toilet paper; zinc, medical supplies and supplements; generators; building supplies and tools such as boarding, sheet rock, roofing, ladders, wheelbarrows, shovels; flashlights, lanterns, and lamps; plastic sheet and tarp; batteries; clothing
The Indigneous Miskitu Circle Corp was established as a nonprofit 501(c)3 in 2017 committed to serving the the Indigenous communities of the North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region in Nicaragua. Lydia Peters, founder, is a native of the Miskitu community and is in constant communication and collaboration with the regions' needs and response efforts.
All donations made to The Indigenous Miskitu Circle Corp. non profit 501(c)3 will reciprocate a receipt which can be exchanged for a tax-deducable write-off.
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