Cera Products continues in its aid to fight the spread of Ebola

January 27, 2015

January 16, 2015

Dear Ms. Riikonen:

Thank you for support in helping IOCC fight the spread of Ebola in West Africa. With your donation of 229 cases of Oral Rehydration Powder Mix valued at $59,540 that was received on January 5, 2015, you are making a difference for the families and communities that have been devastated by this disease. We would also like to acknowledge the contribution of $5,000 from the Child Health Foundation of Maryland that was used for procuring 40 cases of CeraORS 75 which is part of the $59,540 donation.

Your donation helps us to respond quickly and effectively to this health crisis which has infected more than 20,000 people and claimed more than 8,000 lives by providing urgently needed supplies for the people of West Africa afflicted by Ebola. Your desire to help through this generous act of compassion gives hope and opportunity to some of the most vulnerable families and communities in the world. On behalf of the people that IOCC serves, please accept our sincere gratitude.

Yours in Christ,

Constantine M. Triantafilou

Executive Director and CEO


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