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According to publications issued by The Daily Herald, the leading Newspaper for St. Maarten and the Northeastern Caribbean, "Anguilla suffered an estimated cost of over 320 million US dollars as result of hurricanes that destroyed a great deal of the Island’s infrastructure last September. The people of Anguilla are steadily recovering from this devastating act of nature. Hotels, Restaurants, and other parts of the Hospitality Industry are back open for business but there is still a lot to be done." 
This year APANY (branches in New York and Florida) are launching a series of fundraising activities to help Anguillians build back the Island “better and stronger”. 

How can you help?

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Join us at the Awards Dinner Dance and Fundraising event
on June 2nd, 2018 at:
 

   Antun’s
96-43 Springfield BLVD,
Queens Village, NY 11429
    
Tickets $ 95.00 are available at Eventbrite:

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Enter to win Three Nights Stay for TWO in Anguilla

Courtesy of:
 The Four Seasons Anguilla Resort and Residences

 
INCREASE YOUR CHANCES!
Purchase ONE OR MORE Raffle Tickets

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3] Donate directly to: the Help Anguilla action plan

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Become a member -- Sign Up Today!

Donate $50.00 and receive 1 year free membership subscription and 2 free raffle tickets! You may get lucky and win a 3night/4day Stay at: Four Seasons Private Residences in Anguilla!

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ALL NET PROCEEDS OF THIS EVENT WILL GO TOWARDS THE SUPPORT OF ONGOING CHARITY PROGRAMS FOR ANGUILLA AND THE ANGUILLIAN DIASPORA. 



Who Are We: The association is made up out of a group of first and second-generation, hardworking, and concerned Anguillians who have come together to form a not for profit 501 © 3 Corporation in the state of New York, USA. Formed in 1996 in response to the destructive Hurricane Luis, our organization remains dedicated to providing assistance for the educational, social, economic and cultural needs of Anguillians at home and abroad.