GOFUNDME Platform Provides Relief Collection to Rebuild Schools in Irma’s Path

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According to spokesman, John Sill-up, the Executive Vice President of GERA a 501c3 in Washington D.C. and California is collecting donations from the general public to provide funding needed for private schools in the path of Hurricane Irma. 100% of the proceeds will go to the repair of schools so that children can continue their education in a positive learning environment.

After having reached their goal, the GERA website (geraedu.org) will post the school that most needs this support including updates on their website. Mr. Sill-up is requesting the general public to step up to provide relie and exceed GERA’s goal of 200,000, which is designed to provide minimal repair and temporary accomodations/classrooms for at least a few schools. Mr. Sill emphasizes donation is 100% tax deductible, and you can make it through GOFUNDME. The campaign is entitled, “SCHOOL REPAIR FROM HURRICANE IRMA” https://www.gofundme.com/child-relief-serviceshurricane