North Brunswick resident offers ways to help victims of explosion in Beirut


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On Aug. 4, a massive blast at a port in Lebanon’s capital city of Beirut caused massive devastation. Statistics show 171 people were killed, 6,000 were injured and 300,000 were left homeless.

The explosion also destroyed four major hospitals, wiping out medicine stockpiles, including chemotherapy treatment for children diagnosed with cancer.

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To assist organizations providing disaster relief, click on the links below. For more information, contact North Brunswick resident Tony Chedid at 732-754-7776 or

Lebanese Red Cross

Save the Children – Lebanon Crisis Relief Fund…

Impact Lebanon Disaster Relief…/disaster-relief-after-explo…

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