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Urgent Breaking News: Earthquake

The massive earthquake that hit Haiti on Tuesday, January 12, hit just 10 miles from Port-au-Prince where SFH supports a school (College Jean Rigaud Antoine) and an orphanage (Kingdom Kids Orphanage).  International news media have carried the story in detail but many are anxious about the fate of SFH's projects and the children we support. We are happy to say that neither the orphanage nor the school had any serious damage and no one involved with either work is known to be hurt. The children in the orphanage have been staying outside in case there are more aftershocks that cause further damage.  The fate of many of the children who ...

New Feeding Program Director

New Feeding Program Director at CJRA The feeding program at College Jean Rigaud Antoine (CJRA) has a new director.  Basile Joseph, a hard worker with the perfect temperament for the job, will oversee the feeding of the children enrolled in the school.  Hopefully, we can increase his workload by constantly adding sponsored children and expanding the feeding program to include more unsponsored children.  Contact us to see how you can help.

Small Change Adds Up to Big Change in Students’ Lives

The Loose Change fundraiser described in the accompanying article is now complete.  In the end, all those bottles filled with pennies, nickels, and dimes - yes, there were a few bills in there, too - added up to $7504.25.  That money will go to feed unsponsored students at CJRA school.  Now the kitchen staff won't have to turn away as many hungry students just because they haven't been sponsored yet. Three New England churches combined for this fundraiser.  Grace Community in Chelmsford, MA, raised $4143.49 on its own. Would you like to part of the solution to this situation?  Here are two ways you can do so: Hold your own Loose Change ...

The SFH Newsletter is Now Available ONLINE!

The SFH newsletter can now be viewed online via the Issuu online publishing service.  You can read the latest version, Winter 2010, by clicking here . Please note that the Winter newsletter was created and posted just days before the earthquake.  Some content may be out of date already. This link will get you to the previous (Summer 2009) issue.  More archived issues coming soon. (If you require a hard copy of any issue, contact us at info@servantsforhaiti.org)