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Scottsdale Sister Cities Haikou typhoonSister City hit by devastating typhoon - donations needed

A super typhoon recently struck Haikou, China, one of Scottsdale’s Sister Cities. Typhoon Rammasun toppled commercial and residential buildings, destroyed transportation systems and disrupted essential services to the city of nearly 2 million people.

Haikou is in desperate need of relief supplies and assistance to begin the long process of cleaning up and restoring the city.

Here are three easy ways you can donate:
1. Via PayPal: Visit Scottsdale Sister Cites, scroll down on the homepage and look for the PayPal "Donate" button.

2.  Mail your check, payable to “Scottsdale Sister Cities Association, Inc.” to 3295 N. Drinkwater Blvd. Suite 9, Scottsdale, AZ 85251. Write “Haikou Relief contribution” on the check memo line. 
 
3. Make a deposit at any Chase Banking Center. On the deposit slip, write “Scottsdale Sister Cities Association, Inc.” and the above address. Reference “Haikou Relief contribution.”  

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