Help Us Feed 200 Families in the Dominican Republic
Total Fundraising Goal = $3,250.00
I am humbly asking for your support in any way that you can. As you know I’ve been working with missionary teams for many years now providing support to various communities in the Dominican Republic that help Haitians.
During this time of crisis, I’ve received so many messages from them asking for help. I know that it’s hard for all of us during this time but I feel like we need to do something.
Many Haitians in the Dominican Republic are experiencing severe hardship. The government is distributing food to the poor and excluding them. They are literally dying of starvation, dealing with the effects of this virus and jobs for them are extremely difficult to obtain. Many of them wish to return to Haiti but the border is closed.
I can’t be passive and unbothered knowing some children are crying for food while my own children are fine. It could have been me, it could have been a family member. We thank God for what we have and if we can extend a little helping hand to those families it will go a long way.
Please help us reach our goal. They sent me a list of food and the price. It will cost about $20 USD per family to feed them.
Please help them with your prayers and if you can help financially please send your donation as outlined below. I will be sending all funds collected directly to the person in charge. We will have a receipt to provide you with proof of where the money went. We will also be posting photos of the bags of food when they are delivered
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Stay blessed and be safe!
How to Donate:
- Via Credit Card on Fundraiser Facebook Page
- Send email transfer. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
- or via Pay Pal
Learn more about the despairing need of stateless Haitians in the Dominican Republic:
“The Dominican Republic deported an estimated 70,000 to 80,000 people of Haitian descent over three years. (2015-2018) Those left behind live in a state of institutionalized terror.” excerpt from article here: https://www.theatlantic.com/…/dominican…/575527/