Sixty fire stations around central Ohio, including all three in Westerville and all Columbus fire stations, will accept donations through March 15 for Westerville-based Lifeline Christian Ministries' work with earthquake victims in Haiti.

Sixty fire stations around central Ohio, including all three in Westerville and all Columbus fire stations, will accept donations through March 15 for Westerville-based Lifeline Christian Ministries' work with earthquake victims in Haiti.

Retired Westerville firefighter Bruce Barber, who has volunteered with Lifeline since 2007 when he traveled to Haiti with the organization, worked with fire departments across the region to organize the drop-off locations.

Lifeline is accepting donations of peanut butter, canned or foiled-packed meats, baby cereal, powdered infant formula, shoes that are new or in good condition, gauze, surgical supplies, medical gloves, tape, suture materials, alcohol, peroxide, over-the-counter medications and sheets and towels that are used or in good condition.

With pre-approval, Lifeline can also accept medical supplies and equipment, and prescription medicine. To donate items or for large corporate donations, contact Ben Simms at Ben@Lifeline.org or at (614) 794-0108.

Westerville's fire stations are located at 400 W. Main St., 727 E. Schrock Road and 355 N. Spring St.

Visit www.lifeline.org.