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Emergency mission California wildfires

We are presently planning an emergency relief mission in California to help the victims of the wildfires. We are currently exploring avenues to tend to victims of the Camp and Ventura fires in California. Fires are unfortunately known to cause high levels of PTSD and we hope to be given the chance to make an impact and help locals and firefighters in need of help. Acting as soon as possible is imperial to prevent PTSD from developing. We have therefore started a crowdfunding campaign and hope to soon be able to leave to California and undertake an emergency relief mission. We have Identified Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley and Woodland Hills (or hidden hills or west hills) as the areas that are strategically placed for and could benefit from our training and help as many people as possible that were impacted by the Woolsey - and Hill Fire. We will also be helping the victims of the camp fire; here we will be focussing on Chico, Oroville and Quincy. We will keep you informed of any progress. If you have any leads, please send us an e-mail and let’s hope that together we can help as many as we can.


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  • Mens Sana (NGO)
  • Mens Sana (NGO)