Donor Appreciation Day!
Today we at Haiti Micah Project celebrate Donor Appreciation Day! The response of our friends and supporters toward Hurricane Matthew relief has been most gratifying. Thanks to you, we have received over $40,250 in less than three weeks. Your donations will be wired immediately to our staff in Haiti. Half the special relief funds will be used to reconstruct the destroyed kitchen so that our feeding program can continue for the over 450 children we serve on a daily basis. The other half will be delivered to fellow brothers and sisters in Les Cayes and Jeremie to help in those communities which were virtually destroyed by the storm. We will continue to collect donations for hurricane relief and ask that those gifts be made before November 1st, when our relief efforts will end.
Thank you for your generosity. Please keep the people of Haiti in your continued prayers.
~ The Rev. Joseph Constant, President
(Pictured – Pictured are Rev. Constant with Jean Pierre Alamy, staff member at Haiti Micah Project, Mirebalais)
Without you, our donors, none of our work is possible.
The decision to rescue the poorest of the poor from their streets and provide the needed food, water, clothing, shelter, medical care, housing, and medical care has saved hundreds of children from death and given hope to them and those with families.
As we look back at how our mission began in 2005, we realize how HMP has grown to the present 2016. Our mission has expanded, as we look for ways to teach skills needed in the HMP community and the city of Mirebalais. We stop and remember the tremendous impact of the devastating earthquake in January, 2010 and how those few seconds fundamentally changed the lives or our Haitian children and families and our work.
The decision to form Haiti Micah Project carries tremendous responsibility. Each child who is accepted into the program depends on us to meet the most basic of needs. As they depend on us, we depend on the generosity and faithful support that our donors provide. Just as they count on us, we count on you to open your hearts to these children. For that, we are forever thankful.