On Tuesday, October 4, one of the strongest hurricanes in recorded history hit Haiti with torrential rain and 145-mile-per-hour wind. The storm damaged farmland, power lines and buildings. Flooding and landslides destroyed businesses, schools and homes.
All the children and families we serve in Haiti are alive, and we thank God for keeping them safe. But their access to future supplies is uncertain, and the families we serve in the surrounding areas are experiencing staggering loss. They are in desperate need of food, water, shelter and other aid as soon as possible.
With your help, we can deliver emergency food, water and temporary shelter materials to the children in greatest need now. We must act fast to ensure children and families receive the lifesaving supplies they need to endure this difficult time. It will also help us begin the long-term recovery effort.
Thank you for your continued prayers, and for standing in solidarity with the people of Haiti.
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