Long Term Recovery Group and Delivering Good Partner to Do Good

Youth Committee volunteers sort donations from Delivering Good.

The St. Croix Long Term Recovery Group (STX LTRG) has partnered with Delivering Good, which has provided donated supplies and goods for youth in the St. Croix community. The STX LTRG Youth Committee will be distributing these materials to local schools in coordination with the V.I. Department of Education.

Wednesday, March 27: Claude O. Markoe, Eulalie Rivera, Alexander Henderson
Thursday, March 28: Lew Muckle, Ricardo Richards, Alfredo Andrews
Friday, March 29: Pearl B. Larson, Juanita Gardine

The STX LTRG is a cooperative body that is made up of representatives from faith-based, non-profit, government, business and other organizations working on St. Croix to assist individuals and families as they recover from Hurricane Maria. Its goal is to unite recovery resources with community needs in order to ensure that even the most vulnerable in the community recover from the disaster. LTRG is grateful to donors such as Delivering Good for bringing these supplies to aid the youth in their recovery from the 2017 hurricanes.

Delivering Good is the charity of choice for new product donations made by hundreds of companies in the fashion, home and children’s industries. Donating new merchandise provides these companies with a simple and effective way to help people in need.

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Founded more than 30 years ago, Delivering Good is a non-profit organization that unites retailers, manufacturers, foundations and individuals to support people affected by poverty and tragedy.

It is an extremely efficient charity, with more than 98 percent of revenue dedicated to its charitable program of distributing apparel, accessories, shoes, home furnishings, toys, books and other useful items.

Since 1985, over $1.8 billion of donated products have been distributed through the network of community partners that serve individuals and families affected by poverty and disaster worldwide.

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