MABE Orphanage -- Port au Prince, Haiti

MABE Orphanage -- Port au Prince, Haiti

Monday, April 27, 2015

Thank You!! :)

3RD ANNUAL "HALF 4 HAITI" 
SOLIDARITY RUN

  

We made it!! :)

The 3rd Annual "HALF 4 HAITI" Solidarity Run was a rousing success! Our dear friend Sol Rubio ran her first Half Marathon ever and finished strong. Miss Emma and Luke completed their first 5K's, Leisa ran her first 5K in a decade, and yours truly (Paul) survived, too. I'm pretty sure none of us qualified for the 2016 Summer Olympics, but we all had a blast and we raised some money for Children's Hope's very worthy projects in Haiti. Thank you all so much for your generosity and solidarity. If you have not yet paid your pledge, please do so as soon as you are able. If you haven't pledged yet, no worries, it's not too late, you can still pitch in. Either way, please send your tax deductible donation to:
Children's Hope
3025A Cambridge Rd.
Cameron Park, CA 95682

Proceeds from the "Half 4 Haiti Solidarity Run" will go towards Children's Hope's Haiti projects, including...

Mabe Orphanage, Port au Prince
These are the Mabe kids who we have fallen in love with and have watched grow up over the last few years. They were taken in off the streets by our dear friend Maco and his family, and are being raised in a loving environment. But they have very few resources. No electricity, no running water, no toilets.


The Lamp for Haiti Clinic, Cite Soleil
The Lamp for Haiti is an amazing, inspiring community medical clinic providing 
free care to the children of Cite Soleil, the poorest and most notorious slum in Haiti.

SAKALA/Pax Christi Ayiti, Cite Soleil
SAKALA/Pax Christi Haiti is a program established in 2006 to develop the capacity of young people in Cite Soleil. SAKALA mixes sports with social integration programs, youth leadership, peace education, and environmental protection. SAKALA's activities are held up by 4 principles: Peace, Respect, Sport, and the Environment. SAKALA creates provides opportunities for more than 300 children and young people in Haiti's most notorious slum. 

Many hands make the burden lighter! :)

1 comment:

Brook Peters said...

Gabriel Laine, Founder of the Caiman Haiti Foundation, was born and raised in Haiti. Eight years ago, he experienced a revelation that inspired him to personally take up the fight against the poverty, lack of education, and deficient health care in his home country.

The Caiman Haiti Foundation invites you to join his effort to rebuild the lives of the Haitian people. We are reaching out to you and other potential donors with the hope that you will make a charitable donation so that we can continue Gabriel’s mission to offer much-needed relief to Haiti.

For more information be sure to visit http://www.youcaring.com/nonprofits/empowering-haitian-women-and-children/353623

On behalf of the Haitians and their families, we are deeply grateful for your support!