Project Medishare | Miami Dolphins donate ShelterBox survival kits to Haiti Connect Project participants
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Miami Dolphins donate ShelterBox survival kits to Haiti Connect Project participants

  |   Celebrities, Earthquake Response, Uncategorized

By Jennifer Browning

On Saturday, The Miami Dolphins organization, along with SunLife Financial and Shelter Box, presented 13 families at the Project Medishare hospital with

Former Miami Dolphins player Bobby Harden shakes hands with Andre Hanelley (13) during a visit to a field hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, as part of the Miami Dolphins/Sun Life Stadium Haiti Relief Fund and the University of Miami Global Institute-Project Medishare. They also brought tents to Haitian families. Photo courtesy of HECTOR GABINO / EL NUEVO HERALD STAFF.

survival tents. Each of the deserving families took part in the Cisco’s videoconference in early April. Each ShelterBox disaster survival kit contained blankets, insulated ground sheets, a stove and other items. In addition to delivering the ShelterBox survival kits, the Miami Dolphinsplayers and club executives toured the field hospital and donated $25,000 to Project Medishare.

Former Miami Dolphins Nat Moore, Bobby Harden, Sean Hill and Bryant Salter also came to Haiti to deliver the tents.

“This is a very strong-willed group of people,” Moore told WSVN News. “They just deal with whatever’s thrown their way, and they work through it.”

The Project Medishare field hospital, in partnership with the University of Miami and The Global Institute, has been operating and providing care for four months.

Click here to see the full story on WSVN Channel 7 News.