This press release was originally published on prnewswire.com as part of a recent partnership with Relief Bed International and World Vision.
TACOMA, Wash., Sept. 14, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Relief Bed International was able to respond quickly to the needs of aid workers in Maui with 100 Relief Beds already arriving to help with displaced families.
“We are so honored to have partners like World Vision who are able to respond quickly via their warehousing of disaster relief supplies and then coordinate shipments quickly, stated Scott Smalling Relief Bed International Founder. Further, Relief Bed International wouldn’t have beds to provide without the support of our committed private donors and corporate partners like Brentwood Home, Robert Craig Films, Worship 24/7 and ESS Universal”, continued Smalling.
“Worship 24/7 is designed to facilitate an experience with God that is so personal that He permanently changes one’s priorities and sparks the life-long process of being conformed to the image of Jesus,” stated David Harms Founder and CEO of Worship 24/7. “When choosing a partner like Relief Bed International we put them up against that lens and then shared their mission with our listeners”, continued Harms.
“We are honored to partner with Relief Bed International to support Lahaina and all Maui County residents affected as they seek comfort and shelter following the devastating wildfires,” explained Jennifer Stolo, CEO of Robert Craig Films. “As portrayed in our upcoming feature film, No Address, and documentary, Americans With No Address, we highlight how homelessness can unexpectedly happen to anyone.”, continued Stolo.
“Prior to the fires, we had a team member visit the historic community of Lahaina. We are heartbroken. At ESS universal we hope to support an already resilient community with the gift of rest”, shared Phil Bouman CEO of ESS Universal.
For more information & to read the full press release, please visit prnewswire.com.