REPAIRING A MISSION IN HAITI
After the devastating earthquake that rocked Haiti in January of 2010, A Hole In The Roof Foundation learned of a mission/orphanage that had suffered damage but remarkably remained standing whole nearby buildings collapsed. Here, dozens of children sleep outside in the dirt, too afraid to return indoors. They eat two meager meals a day, always the same, rice and beans and noodles. Electricity is sporadic at best, water is drawn from a well, and bathrooms were nothing more than a holes in the ground above a putrid septic field.
A Hole In The Roof Foundation has now made seven group trips to Port Au Prince – bringing as many as 25 volunteer workers - thanks to your generous donations. In that time, we have done the following:
-built brand new covered bathrooms with sinks, toilets, urinals, tiling .
-built a brand new tiled kitchen with freezer, refrigerator, countertops, dual sinks and multiple range tops.
-repaired the crumbling dorms with new tiling, gleaming paint, cabinetry, lighting and electric. Continue to next page