Please prayerfully consider making a monetary donation to enable Lutheran Church Charities to continue to send emergency funds to Haiti during the current humanitarian and health crises.
Food for families and elderly at risk
Goat cooperatives and agriculture
Beds for the elderly
Helen Roenfeldt of Mission: Haiti thanks Lutheran Church Charities’ donors for continued financial support to help Haitian families, especially the elderly and children, during the current humanitarian and health crises.
Last week we provided food for 200 elderly and families, 200 masks, 4 beds for elderly who were sleeping on the ground or concrete floors, and supplied 20 hand washing stations and face instructions on their proper use.
We are so grateful for the generosity of the LCC donors. There are people who actually cry when our team brings food or a bed for someone who has slept on the floor all their lives. Thank you so very much.
Jackie Rychel of Ministry in Mission thanks Lutheran Church Charities’ donors for continued financial support to help Haitian families, especially the elderly and children, during the current humanitarian and health crises.
Feeding the elderly and children is becoming increasingly more difficult. Inflation is causing purchases of basic rice and beans to be unaffordable. Ministry in Mission supports four different sectors of Haitian society with daily and weekly meals. We are reaching neighborhood children, elderly in the community, children in an orphanage, and elders in the Jacmel Lutheran Home.
We thank you all very much for your continued financial support. It is very difficult without the fundraising platforms where people gather. We are also not able to send teams because COVID 19 is prevalent in both the United States and Haiti. Your donations help us save lives among the most vulnerable in Haiti.
We can feed a family of four for two weeks for $40. With school out, families are especially vulnerable right now.
Jackie Rychel, President of Ministry in Mission thanks LCC donors who sent face masks for the children in the orphanage in Haiti. The masks have arrived and the kids in the orphanage are wearing them!