Haiti: 2 Years Later

A message from the president

Dear Friends,

Two years ago — On January 12th, 2010 — I walked into Holt’s office with a heavy heart. News reports of the devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Haiti were difficult to watch. 230,000 people had lost their lives. Millions more were left homeless and struggling to survive.

Today, the tremendous need remains. Two years have passed, but little has changed in Haiti. Buildings are still in shambles. Families are still without homes. Children aren’t getting enough to eat.

Haiti is still in a state of emergency.

I ask you to pray that God’s healing hand be on the sick, hungry and helpless children and families, and that He would continue to bring the people of this devastated country peace, courage and strength. We, as an organization, are grateful that God has used us these past two years to bring hope to the people of Haiti.

Your donations and prayers have truly made a difference in the past two years! Through your support, we’ve continued to provide temporary care to children at Holt Fontana Village and helped families get back on their feet.

But there is still a lot of work to do! And now, we ask for your help once more.

We remain committed to our work in Haiti. But we can’t bring about hope — we can’t bring about change — without your help!

We will continue to count on your prayers and donations as we move forward for the children of Haiti.

Thank you!

For the Children,

Phillip Littleton

President and CEO

 

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