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Miami HEAT visits Project Medishare field hospital

  |   Celebrities, Earthquake Response, Uncategorized


By Jennifer Browning

Yesterday, Alonzo Mourning and Erik Spoelstra of the Miami Heat, Rudy Gay of the Memphis Grizzlies, and several representatives from Target were among those joining a new batch of volunteer relief workers going to Haiti to work with Project Medishare.

The group toured the tent hospital, helped distribute items to families including Shelter Box tents. The Shelter Box donation was an additional one from the 10 tents that were donated to those who participated in the Cisco Teleconferencing Project.

After the distribution, the group visited Bernard Mevs hospital in order to see the permanent structure where Project Medishare will operate starting today.

Earlier in the week during an interview on 790 The Ticket, Mourning spoke about the important work Project Medishare is doing in Haiti. The Miami Heat legend has been a huge supporter of Project Medishare’s efforts since the January earthquake. To listen to Mourning’s interview on The Ticket click here.

Children hold care packages donated to families at the Project Medishare field Hospital. Photo by Jennifer Browning.

Representatives from Target distributed items to familes at the Project Medishare field Hospital. Photo by Jennifer Browning.