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City of Miami Beach honors Project Medishare’s work in Haiti

  |   Celebrities, Earthquake Response
Dr. David Andrews, Dr. Gillian Hotz, and Commissioner Ed Tobin

Commissioner Ed Tobin (right) presented Project Medishare a proclamation yesterday. Accepting the proclamation and the donation raised from the Rock for Haiti event on behalf of Project Medishare were Dr. David Andrews and Dr. Gillian Hotz. Photo by Omar Vega.

Yesterday Miami Beach Commissioner Ed Tobin presented a proclamation to Project Medishare for their dedication and assistance to the people of Haiti and continued support of the earthquake relief efforts. In the proclamation, Matti Herrera Bower, Mayor of the City of Miami Beach declared September 15, 2010 Project Medishare Day.

Commissioner Tobin presented  a check for donations collected from Rock for Haiti, a benefit concert that was coordinated and performed by City of Miami Beach employees and elected officials. The Rock for Haiti event raised over $16,000. Part of the donation went towards outfitting and repairing two surplus emergency medical vehicles which the Miami Beach Mayor and Commission donated to Hospital Bernard Mevs Project Medishare in Port-au-Prince.