The Campaign for Haiti’s Tomorrow Meets 60% of its Goal in Two Weeks

Feb 25, 2010 | News | 0 comments

As of Wednesday, February 24, A Hole in the Roof Foundation reached 60% of it’s goal to raise $70,000 to fund essential repairs at the Caring and Sharing Mission and Orphanage in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.  Over 400 gifts totaling approximately $42,000 were raised through online, phoned-in, and mailed-in contributions!

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The Mission has worked in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti since 1983. The Mission provides on-site schooling for children in grades K-5, tuition for private schools for children in grades 6-12, two meals a day, a safe home, and a place for Christian worship. A Hole in the Roof Foundation’s Espere (to hope): The Campaign for Haiti’s Tomorrow is working to raise the money needed to make essential repairs that will address the fundamental needs of the children at the orphanage: bathrooms, kitchens, showers, dorms, water reservoir, and unstable roofs.

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