Support Community Based Disaster Recovery in Haiti

 
$16,030
$3,970
Raised
Remaining
Jan 28, 2013

Haitians Helping Haitians in 2013

Thanks for giving him a bright future!
Thanks for giving him a bright future!

We hope you’ve had a fantastic start to 2013!

2012 was a big year for EDV in Haiti. We faced the challenges of tropical storm Isaac, and you helped us rebuild.The classrooms we built are full of more than 500 children, and our education programmes just keep growing!

Thanks to your investments in 2012, 2013 will be a year of Haitians helping Haitians. As the transitional classrooms you helped build are turned into permanent classrooms, and our English for orphans programme grows, your donations will help Haitians help one and other.  After all, that’s the basis of real, long-term recovery.

If you ever have any questions about how we’ve used your donation, don’t hesitate to contact us by emailing Emma@EDVolunteers.org. We’d love to hear from you!

Thanks again for making 2012 a year to remember, and here’s to a fantastic 2013!

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Emma Taylor

Southport, CT United States

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