Humanitarian Aid: Friends Humanitarian Response Program in High Point

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<p>Making kits for distribution to Haiti.&nbsp; Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 2010.</p>

Making kits for distribution to Haiti.  Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 2010.

The High Point office of the American Friends Service Committee runs the Friends Humanitarian Response Program (FHRP, formerly EMAP), which provides material assistance to those in need.  Much of our support comes from local Friends Meetings that provide us with the material we distribute.  We have some resources available for those who wish to knit or sew supplies for distribution.

Note: the distribution center in High Point is open Wednesdays.  The rest of the week, our staff works out of the Area Office in Greensboro.

Contact Information

606 East Springfield Road
High Point, NC 27263

336-854-0633 (Wednesdays)
336-885-6921 (rest of week)

Resources:

What we need to make kits

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