Singaporeans stream in to give towards victims of Turkey/Syria earthquake: Last day of Relief Singapore’s donation drive tomorrow
Salt&Light // February 11, 2023, 6:28 pm
Boxes of medical and first-aid supplies, as well as baby care items donated by the public today (Feb 11) for victims of Monday's Turkey-Syria earthquake.
The Relief Singapore urgent medical supplies collection centre is closed for today (February 11). Check out the truckloads of items that were generously given!
The public collection window tomorrow (Sunday 12 Feb) will be 2-8pm at Bethesda Bedok Tampines Church.
Remember that only medical supplies will be accepted – that means NO winter clothes, shoes, or other miscellaneous items.
1. Naproxen (Apranax)
First aid items
1. Cervical collars
2. SAM splint
3. Knee and arm braces
4. Arm sling
5. Wrist support
6. Electric blankets
2. Baby milk formula powder
3. Feeding bottles
4. Milk pumps and apparatus
Other miscellaneous medical supplies
1. Vitamins and supplements
2. Urostomy bags
3. Body temperature measurement probes (ie, digital thermometers)
4. Sanitary pads
For more information on Relief Singapore’s donation drive in response to the Turkey-Syria earthquake, read below:
Turkey-Syria earthquake: Relief Singapore conducting medical supplies donation drive this weekend
MORE NEWS ON THE TURKEY-SYRIA EARTHQUAKE:
“I immediately ran to my children; I did not know which one to carry”: Survivor of devastating Turkey earthquake
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