Truck Donation to Have Faith Haiti Misison

Dec 23, 2010 | News | 0 comments

Mobility is crucial to the survival of the Have Faith Haiti Mission. Without the ability to travel independently, the Mission can be cut off from people and much-needed supplies. Joe Andronaco, Sr. of the Corrosion Fluid Products Corp. in Farmington, MI donated a Ford F-450 truck with a 12′ flatbed to us to use in Haiti. It is a used truck, but he insisted on cleaning it and fixing it up before donating. We are so thankful for his generous gift. 

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In the photo: Joe Andronaco Jr. (President),  Mark Mendelsohn, (Project Coordinator for HFHM) and Joe Andronaco Sr. (CEO).

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