Support Community Based Disaster Recovery in Haiti

 
$16,030
$3,970
Raised
Remaining
Jun 11, 2012

All Donations Matched by 50% on Wednesday!

Your support in Haiti keeps her in school
Your support in Haiti keeps her in school

On Wednesday, June 13th, GlobalGiving will be matching all donations by 50%! This is a fantastic opportunity to make your donations go even further in support of our work in Haiti.

By donating on Wednesday, you can keep students learning the skills they need to find gainful employment, keep orphans in school, and provide a safe home for 27 children who lost everything in the earthquake.

Any donation, whatever its size, will help us continue changing lives in Haiti. If you can’t donate yourself, you can still help by letting others know about this fantastic matching opportunity. Please email friends and family or spread the word on Facebook.

You’ve already made so much great work possible in Haiti, and we hope that tomorrow you’ll be a part of the continued growth of these life changing programmes.

Thanks so much, and our warmest regards.

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Project Leader

Emma Taylor

Southport, CT United States

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Map of Support Community Based Disaster Recovery in Haiti