We are writing to advise you about the National Limousine Association’s special concern and support for its Houston and Baton Rouge members who are victims of Hurricane Ike and Hurricane Gustav.
The National Limousine Association has pledged assistance to these members from its philanthropic arm, the Harold Berkman Memorial Fund, and requests that all U.S. members add to the Berkman Fund for this purpose.
The monies collected will enhance a contribution from the current Berkman Fund balance to be approved by the NLA Board of Directors. The total amount will be divided equally among those eligible NLA members who apply for aid. The NLA Board of Directors will manage the petitions for assistance and disburse the funds.
Please join us in aiding the NLA victims of Hurricane Ike and Hurricane Gustav.
Checks should be written to the Harold Berkman Memorial Fund and sent to the National Limousine Association, 49 South Maple Avenue, Marlton, NJ 08053 by October 31.
Many thanks for your generosity!
Richard P. Kane
National Limousine Association
P.S. Donations made to the Harold Berkman Memorial Fund are tax deductible.
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