Deck the Wall: Help Have Faith Haiti, One Brick at a Time

Dec 15, 2011 | News | 0 comments

UPDATE MARCH 2012: Check out the wall before & after!


Help Us Fix This Wall – Before It Falls Down!

Our beautiful children at the Have Faith Haiti Mission face a danger from this rear wall which is near collapse after months of decay following the earthquake.  It is being held up with steel rods but we fear they can no longer support the structure. The cracks are spreading. Sadly, the wall stands in the path where the children go to the bathrooms, and so the danger is multiplied.

We are seeking to raise $14,000 to deconstruct and reconstruct this wall to something safe and earthquake proof, so the children will never have to worry about its collapse. Our goal is to raise this money in one week’s time, and let them know a Christmas present is coming from the people in America who care about these children. If you can help in any way, please click here. Thank you for your generosity and God bless you.

The collapsing wall:

Photos and video courtesy of Brian Kelly and Josh Tyron/ Bryan Kelly Photography & Film


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