EARTHQUAKE IN HAITI - Updates from Hearts for the Hungry

February 9, 2010

The food programs for earth quake relief in Haiti are going well. Every week we have 2 groups of ladies making food for the people in the hospital in Cap Haitian - for the patients, their families and the doctors. We are providing a food bagging program that sends out 200 sacks of food to earth quake victims every week. These go out to refugees who have fled the Port au Prince area. We also are giving food sacks to people who are going down closer to the earthquake area so that they can help those in the Port au Prince area. In addition we are feeding the children in schools, our primary mission in Haiti.

Thanks to all who have supported us. 100% of your money has gone to helping Haiti.

Our team is traveling to Haiti the week of Feb 15th. We will have additional updates.

Rob Hess 


January 13, 2010

Hearts for the Hungry operates out of the northern city of Cape Haitian. Our facility sustained no damage that we are aware of at this time.

We are attempting to move food packs available in our warehouse in Cap-Haitian, to Port Au Prince. These packs are large enough to feed 2 to 3 adults or 6 children. So if the packs are split between adults and children, we have enough for over 135,000 meals. Please pray for this effort. More details will follow.

If you are able to donate for the humanitarian aid please select unrestricted funds when you make a donation and indicate aid for earthquake in comments.

Click here to donate to the relief effort.

If you would like to donate supplies, send to this address:

Haiti Earthquake Relief
c/o Lynx Air
3402 SW 9th Ave
Ft Lauderdale, FL 33315

Lynx is the airline we usually fly into Haiti on. I would recommend that people who have access to medical supplies - or if know of anyone that would have access to this, pass this on. This is most needed in Port au Prince. Please share this information on your social networks. Lynx will donate all flights for disaster relief into Haiti.

Please pray for all the Haitian people.


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