SEA CONTAINER 2021 FORMS FURTHER BELOW (PDF and Word Files)

Containers successfully shipped to Haiti!  As always, Domond gets in touch with the parish/person receiving the goods that you sent.  Thanks for participating!

Coordinators – Phone Numbers: Bob Snyder 931-259-0240 (calls, texts, voicemails)
Denise Snyder 615-464-0456 (calls only) / Home Phone 615-529-2546
(CALL HOME NUMBER IF UNABLE TO REACH CELL PHONES!  They live further out, and their cell phones do not work when they are in their home area.)

-Coordinator Email:  feedhatie@gmail.com  (keep their spelling of “feedhatie”)

-Coordinator Note(s):  You can support their Haiti efforts at their website: www.partnerinhaiti.org

Shipping rate: $9.00 per cubic foot

Click the Following Links To Obtain Forms–Main files are PDFs requiring Adobe software; Other files below are Word files which must be downloaded separately and could be filled in by using Word software–though be aware that such editing could be challenging in terms of formatting.

To download (save) all seven PDF files at once, click here.
For individual files, click on the links below.

Instructions (PDF file)

Shipment Form (PDF file) – REQUIRED FORM

Label Form (PDF file) – REQUIRED FORM

Cost Worksheet (PDF file) – RECOMMENDED FORM

Location & Directions (PDF file)

Suggested Items to Send (PDF file)

Other Shippers to Haiti (PDF file)

 

If wanting files in Word because you plan to type your information into the forms, download these files:

To download (save) all the Word files at once, click here.

Shipment Form (Word file) – REQUIRED FORM

Label Form (Word file) – REQUIRED FORM

Cost Worksheet (Word File) – RECOMMENDED FORM

Note: When opening the Word files, the format may appear jumbled due to the text boxes, etc. This may be the “read-only” view. If you can, click on a box or a command to “enable editing.” This might make the format return to normal.

-Shipments are for people in our Program sending charitable items to twin parishes.
-Also, we will do random inspections of boxes to check on whether anyone is sending something illegal.
-No motorized vehicles or extremely heavy objects (see “Instructions”).
-Use strong boxes and mark box number on box itself and on label, such as “#3 of 28.”

The Parish Twinning Program has been shipping humanitarian goods to Haiti since 1994. Millions of dollars in medicines, medical supplies and equipment, generators, solar panels, food, school supplies and much more have been donated by U.S. parishes to their twin parishes in Haiti. We gather and forward the goods for our program’s parishes. The shipment has originated since 2002 out of Nashville, Tennessee. National Coordinator Pat Rehovsky from St. Ignatius Church in Antioch, Tennessee has volunteered untold hours in overseeing the organization and shipping of the containers. Some 75 churches, organizations and other groups participate in each shipment, while approximately the same number of parishes and projects in Haiti receive goods.

Our typical annual shipment involves approximately four to seven 40-foot high-cube containers, and it is generally sent in the springtime. A collection period will take place over a two-week period, and the third week is used for loading the containers. Hundreds of parishes, communities and projects in Haiti have benefited from the dedicated work of the Sea Container Coordinator and the many volunteers.

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