2016 Haiti Hurricane Relief Fund
- Jan 1 2017 - Dec 31 2017
On October 4th, Hurricane Matthew, a category 4 storm, hit Haiti and devastated the communities we serve through The 410 Bridge. The death toll is climbing, and many are fighting Cholera. Most of the homes were completely destroyed and schools and churches damaged. The people of Haiti are struggling for food, water, and shelter.
The 410 Bridge was one of the first organizations to reach these devastated communities. Over the past few weeks they have been partnering with Samaritan's Purse, Water Missions, and Map International to get needed food, water, and medicine to those in desperate need.
We have an opportunity to help the incredible Haitian people rebuild after this tragic hurricane. We have been asked to send several teams to assist with the relief efforts.
On October 21st, we sent a team of medical professionals to work alongside 410 Bridge to provide medical treatment and relief in the midst of the devastation of Hurricane Matthew. Team members will also have the opportunity to interact with local leaders, community members, and children to build relationships and share the love of Christ.
On October 27th, we sent a team to assist with construction and other rebuilding projects.
We have been asked to send even more teams to help with this process. While we do not yet have the details of these additional relief trips, please click HERE to let us know that you might be interested in joining a relief team.
We need your help to make these trips possible. You can help financially by clicking "DONATE" above.
Thank you for supporting our relief efforts in Haiti in the midst of the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew!