NGOs open hotline to host residents of the South

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November 14, 2012 21:50

 
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The National Union, together with NGOs the Community Fund and Lights of Charity, opened a hotline on Wednesday for residents of the South who wish to leave the area and people in the Center who can host them.

Those interested in hosting or being hosted can call 02-5379777 or email levdarom@gmail.com.

As of Wednesday evening, hundreds of families volunteered to host residents of the South living under rocket fire.

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