August 2021 Update
Following the earthquake on August 14th, the situation in LesCayes, Haiti, is dire. Food and water are hard to come by, homes have been destroyed, and huge cracks in the roads are making travel even more hazardous than before.
Two area hospitals have collapsed. Other hospitals are overrun with people needing help. Medical supplies are low or non-existent.
Banks and grocery stores, along with most other businesses, are closed. Buildings have collapsed or they're severely cracked and deemed unsafe to enter.
Emergency funding for food, medical supplies, and construction materials is needed. Please consider giving a gift of any amount today!
Nora's old home in LesCayes is on the left.
Buildings throughout Haiti have been destroyed.
October 2019 Update
Political unrest is causing the delay of gasoline, food, and medicine to most communities throughout Haiti. Street demonstrations are making it unsafe for travel and business has come to a stand still. Only black market gasoline can be found, markets are bare, and hospitals are without supplies. Once travel and supplies start moving again, we want to be prepared to serve the communities we care for. We are seeking funds to help provide food to families in need. Please continue to pray for Haiti.
Video courtesy of the WhatsApp group, "Île-à-Vache is My Home".
We've had a presence in Haiti for over 15 years, and we've known many storms. Our last S.O.S. call went out following Hurricane Matthew in October 2016. Rebuilding efforts are sill underway and your assistance is still needed.