Haiti – Life on $2 a Day

Handmade Hope Craft Sale will take place on November 10th, at the 9:30AM Café CT and the 9:30AM and 11:30AM Main Campus CT's.  The sale will benefit King's Hospital in Haiti, founded by Drs. Junie and Hubert Morquette.  One-Hundred percent of all proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Humanitarian Aid and Development Fund to help with projects like AIDS awareness, immunizations for mothers and children and other humanitarian programs that address life and death issues facing the desperately poor.

Haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere with 75 percent of the people living on less than $2 per day.  In addition to extreme poverty, 50 percent of HIV/AIDS cases in the Caribbean are found in Haiti.  The earthquake in January, 2010 places those who survived in an even more vulnerable position.  Almost four years later many continue to live in tent cities without clean water or enough food to eat. 

Come visit us at the back of the Café or at the Missions Booth to pick up handmade beautiful jewelry, accessories, bath salts, teacher gifts, cards, dolls, scarves and hats, and much more.  Donations will also be accepted on behalf of King's Hospital. For your convenience, credit cards can be used at the Missions Booth. This is so much more than a craft sale; it is a chance to impact our hurting brothers and sisters around the world!