A Home In Haiti, How you can help

Last night Dean and I bought a tent for a family in Haiti. It was very easy, I clicked on this Amazon link from the web site AHomeinHaiti.org.

We were only able to afford one tent, it was $55 but its water proof and a family of 3 can fit in it. I bet 4 people could squeeze in if need be.

It's not much, I know, but it's something. We can all do something.

I would like to challenge each person that reads this blog to go purchase a tent for a family in Haiti. Read below to learn why this is such a desperate need right now.

Thank you for helping the people of Haiti. God Bless.

I copied this from the AHomeinHaiti.org site.

In just a few days, it will begin to rain regularly in Haiti. Could you imagine living outside, permanently, in the rain, with nothing but cloth sheets held up by sticks to protect you? Currently, this is set to be the very harsh reality for over 700,000 Haitian men, women, and children who still have nothing to protect them from the elements.

When you purchase waterproof tents or donate cash directly, it will provide an immediate home in Haiti for people that so desperately need it. These tents are Phase 1 of our long-term project, but are not debatable or optional.

Yes -homes of wood and stone and steel are needed. We are working on that RIGHT NOW, but while we work, we must ensure that we ACT to provide shelter from the impending rainy season that begins in March and hurricane season that begins in June. Our tents are flown & shipped weekly to Haiti through trusted partners and are distributed directly by experienced professionals on the ground.

Buy actual tents RIGHT NOW and ship them to us for free via Amazon.com.

Thank you for being the solution! Let's get to work!


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