by Ashley Hall 500 Lives Impacted Port-au-Prince, Ouest, Haiti
In January of 2019, protests, rioting, roadblocks, car burning and massive civil unrest began to take over the country of Haiti. These protests hav...
In January of 2019, protests, rioting, roadblocks, car burning and massive civil unrest began to take over the country of Haiti. These protests have been ongoing for years and have caused the need for FOOD DISTRIBUTIONS to rise exponentially.
Because of this need, A Door To Hope has worked closely with our employees, friends, school leadership, and leaders in the Haitian villages to help bring some relief to the rising problem. The school children in the Callebasse School are now being fed through a national and local mission in Haiti. This allows us to turn our efforts to more rural areas of Haiti that don’t have access to the food.
In January of 2020, A Door To Hope along with Pastor Arnold and the church of La Saline, Fauche, distributed food to 200+ FAMILIES in the village of La Saline. This village is far from Port Au Prince where most get their food supply. The land of La Saline is not good for growing vegetables. Our goal is to distribute food every other month as long as our resources will allow. The cost to feed this many families is $3,000.00.
With this food distribution, families will receive:
SARDINES (one of their favorite proteins in Haiti)
This Manje of Hope :: Food Distribution Program is ONLY possible because of the generosity and giving of others. If you would like to help provide food for these families that are in great need… we would love for you to become a Food Distribution Sponsor.