The Campaign for Haiti’s Tomorrow Surpasses Fundraising Goal!

Mar 11, 2010 | News | 0 comments

30 Days   |   $70,000   |   One Mission

 

Last month, A Hole in the Roof Foundation announced its next project: rebuild the Caring and Sharing Mission and Orphanage in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.  The Campaign for Haiti’s Tomorrow would 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, unstable walls and crumbling ceilings. A budget was set, a deadline was marked.

AND WE DID IT!

Together. In just 19 days, we raised over $82,000.  That’s enough for real toilets  instead of holes in the ground, real showers instead of soapy water and cans. Walls can be rebuilt, ceilings will be whole. Sanitary kitchens, and a water reservoir safe from rain and sewage. It’s not everything any child deserves. Especially these children. But it’s a start.

Thank you for your generosity, your prayers and your good thoughts.

Please keep checking in at MitchAlbom.com to follow the progress of repairs.

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