Lutheran Church Charities (LCC) continues to work through our Haiti Mission Partners, Ministry in Mission and Mission: Haiti to send emergency funds to Haiti during a current critical humanitarian crisis due to the political unrest.
Thanks to your generous donations, LCC is able to continue to send financial support for food to our mission partners.
The pictures below are from the food package distribution at the community of Bien Aime, in the mountains almost two hours above Port-au-Prince. Over 100 packages of rice, oil, spaghetti and canned fish were given out to the most vulnerable in the community. Pastor LaVenture thanked God for the generosity of all those who stand with them in this time of terrible distress.
Fuel and food prices are still very high and many people have not worked or been paid much, if anything, in the last six months so there is still very little money for food.
As of the distribution of the last few days, Mission: Haiti has distributed two weeks of food to more than 1000 families and individuals in nine communities in the Name of Jesus Christ.
Thank you again for your support and encouragement.
Because of Christ,
Helen M. Roenfeldt, Mission: Haiti
Please prayerfully consider making a monetary donation to enable Lutheran Church Charities to continue to send emergency funds to Haiti to help provide food for Haitian adults and children.
Thirty dollars will buy enough rice, oil, maggi, canned fish, spaghetti, and soup to feed one person two meals a day for three weeks. LCC Haiti mission partners are helping the most nutritionally vulnerable but need financial support to do so.
Join LCC as we pray for the protection of the Haitian people and our mission partners, and for peace in Haiti.
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