Help with the Floods in Pakistan!

“I’d love to change the world but I don’t know what to do, So, I’ll leave it up to you.”
Now’s your chance. This is what you can do!

Sergeant Sparrow is devoting its time to helping with the Pakistani Floods. We are working with the Shahina Aftab Foundation (SAF), the international NGO for women empowerment, in assistance with local partners is working on immediate flood relief out of the UK. Mercy Corps, and the Pakistan International Airlines to get people much needed emergency kits. These kits include items deemed most important to those in the feild. The Pakistan Floods are one of the worst natural disaster the world has seen.  Aid camps are overwhelmed and are in so much need. We are working to put together life kits that will feed a family of 4 for 2-3 days. These will be sent to the PIA and sent free of charge to Pakistan. Once there they will be distributed to the Army, and the Red Cross. You do not need to donate money to help. You can create a box full of items you already have and get it to those in need.  If you need any help in creating your box please contact us and we can help!

We are also in need of toiletries, toothbrushes, sanitary napkins, bandages, and more. If you would like to send those items you can send them to our P.O. Box
P.O. Box 1264
West Tisbury, Ma 02575.
Sending a tooth brush only costs a buck!

If you would like to donate money you can do so through our Mercy Corps Page here.

Like the Band Ten Years After said “I’d love to change the world but I don’t know what to do, So, I’ll leave it up to you” Now’s your chance. This is what you can do!
email us for more information
angel@sergeantsparrowrecords.com

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