God’s Littlest Angels

Posts Tagged ‘Haiti’

Hard Times In Haiti

Haitians are suffering. The exchange rate in Haiti is 79 gourdes per $1 USD. Some of the large food warehouses (depots) are closing because they cannot ask people to pay such high prices. A local market vendor spent all day yesterday looking for corn meal for her stand and returned last night with her money…

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You’re Almost Here Maegan & Clarence!

Maegan & Clarence Bridges were scheduled to get here this past Sunday, but due to the substantial unrest and violence in Haiti, they’ve been stuck in Fort Lauderdale. We’ve worked hard to help them get flights rescheduled…and then rescheduled again. We’ve hired Maegan and Clarence to take over for Joel and Ingrid Rockemann as they…

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Exciting Changes Make for Leaps in Learning

The children here at GLA love going to school every day because they adore their teachers and they love learning. Along with their learning subjects in both Haitian Creole and French (the majority of their text books are written in French), the last seven months have brought about some exciting changes for our children who are…

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We’re Almost There! – $10K Matching Campaign Update

10K Matching Campaign 0% We are almost there! With your help, we’ve raised almost $7500 on our way to $10K! This past April, an amazing family approached us to raise support for GLA and is planning to match up to $10,000 in donated funds. Your donation will be doubled! Every gift, no matter the amount,…

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