Haiti Water Relief

 
$30,768
$69,232
Raised
Remaining
Jan 26, 2010

New truckload of WaterBricks Ready to Ship

A new truck load of nearly 4,500 WaterBricks are ready to ship, bound for Haiti. These contain 15,300 gallons of water that will be distributed to their two make-shift hospitals. They will be used for their patients and also in their orphanages. Thank you for your support of this project so far! We will continue to update you on progress as this project continues and will send photos soon.

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Organization

WaterBrick International

Winter Garden, FL, United States
http://www.waterbrick.org

Project Leader

Wendell Adams

Founder
ORLANDO, FL United States

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Map of Haiti Water Relief