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Puerto Rico Islanders Help Haitian Storm Victims

Just Received this communication from the Puerto Rico Islanders, Puerto Rico's soccer team. The team will begin accepting donation on behalf of Haiti's flood victims. Haiti has been especially battered by the recent run of tropical storms with almost a hundred dead and many more homeless. To help out you can make a donation through First Bank in Puerto Rico by donating a few dollars into account #018002554. The account name is "Ayuda de los Islanders a Haiti" (Help from the Islanders to Haiti).

Here is the original communication in Spanish:
"Los Puerto Rico Islanders se unen con First Bank para ayudar a Haiti, tras ser devastado por tres tormentas tropicales en las pasadas semanas. Nos motiva el que dos de nuestros jugadores, Fabrice Noel y James Marcelin, son de origen haitiano y reconocemos la necesidad de su país en este momento tan difícil. Si desean cooperar con esta causa pueden depositar su donativo en la cuenta # 018002554 de First Bank llamada “Ayuda de los Islanders a Haití” o llevar su donativo al Estadio Juan Ramón Loubriel de Bayamón durante los partidos del 16 y 19 de septiembre. Contamos con su ayuda, nuestro vecino Haití nos necesita."

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