REACH brings environmentally friendly and sustainable buildings to
children affected by natural disaster, poverty, and war around the world.
Raising money to support projects in Haiti
REACH Volleyball Blast 2013 - Sigma Phi Epsilon Lawrence Tech click to CONTRIBUTE TODAY!
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Details about the 2013 Volleyball Blast Fundraiser to support ongoing efforts in Haiti.
- Meet our First 5 Families! Join us in construction efforts building houses for displaced families. First two homes have been done.
Ulysse Yva lives in Pico
Two of her children are at Espwa. There are nine people in the family, but they are all homeless. None of the
children have a father, and the children not at Espwa do not have anyone to care for them. She has land, but cannot
build because she doesn't have a job.
Dupera Sheilla lost her house in the earthquake
She also lost a leg in the quake. She and her two children were
abandoned by the father after the earthquake. They are now living with her parents, but there are already 13 people
living in their house. She has land next to Espwa in Fon Frede.
Sejour Marie Marthe lives in Madame Combe
Her family that was sending money to her were living in Port au Prince and they died in the earthquake. She has
12 people in her family, 7 of which are children. Her house now is made of straw and wood, and it is leaning on
three poles, about to fall down. The children are living in a very dirty place.
Lebrun Guerda lives in Madame Combe on a small piece of land
She lost many family members in the earthquake. She has 11 people in her care, but no way to care for them.
Edouard Cator is an old man who lives in Madame Combe
His family that used to care for him died in the earthquake in PaP. He has no other family to care for him.
He has no phone, or phone number, but lives very close to Espwa.
"We had a wonderful time at Pwoje Espwa Sud. When Donald told us it was truly an Oasis in Haiti, he was so right! REACH is doing amazing things for the kids there, and we were so happy to be a small part of that. I have been on volunteer programs before that were shady and ill-planned. Donald really took care of us and made sure we were comfortable. If you really want to volunteer somewhere, Haiti is the place to do it and REACH is the organization to do it with!" - Melinda Smith.
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