HELP HAITI TODAY
And Pack Gifts Now for Haitian Kids’ This Christmas
The New York Times headline nails it: Hurricane Matthew Makes Old Problems Worse for Haiti. In Les Cayes, one of Haiti’s hardest hit areas, the 17-year Project Hope – “Pwoje Espwa” – also is hard hit.
Project Hope is a local partner of Cross Catholic Outreach, a 125-acre village and home to more than 300 orphaned and vulnerable children. (Photos show hurricane damage.)
If you’re eager to help, Project Hope is one direct channel. Longer term, Cross Catholic’s Christmas gift outreach, Box of Joy, is preparing now the nationwide collection of toys, hygiene and school supplies for Haitian kids who otherwise will have nothing.
Send immediate aid: crosscatholic.org/haitirelief
Brighten this Christmas for Haitian kids, pack a Box of Joy: crosscatholic.org/boxofjoy
Through Cross Catholic Outreach’s Box of Joy program, you can ensure these children are not deprived of Christmas blessings this year. By packing a Christmas gift …
These hastily shot photos show effects of Hurricane Matthew in Les Cayes, Haiti, at Pwoje Espwa–a 125-acre village and home to some 300 orphaned and vulnerable children.
The boys’ village is entirely destroyed. More than 200 children have moved to live in a school building.
Source: Baret News