Durable Medical Equipment Arrives for U. S. Virgin Islands

Fifteen pallets of donated durable medical equipment – hospital beds, wheelchairs, shower chairs, walkers, canes, asthma pumps, CPAP machines and blood pressure monitors – have arrived on St. Croix.

Voluntary agencies, the USVI Long Term Recovery Groups and FEMA are working together to distribute the equipment to survivors who need it.

The Friends of Disabled Adults and Children (FODAC) donated the equipment. Good360.org and GotLift organized shipping to the territory. The St. Croix Christian Church paid for transportation of shipping the pallets from the port of Frederiksted to a FEMA warehouse.

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