Local Response. Local Leadership. Local Impact. | Hurricane Matthew, Update 6Rich Stigall
At The Global Orphan Project, we are called to expand the capacity of the local church to care for children and families in crisis in their own community. Is there anything better than someone taking care of their own? It’s inspiring, and we are seeing it everywhere we look in Haiti as the Hurricane Matthew relief efforts continue.
We see it in Tabarre, as local workers at Life S.A. finished making the first batch of clean, new (and dry) clothes for kids who lost everything.
We see it at Jumecourt, as GO Transition Academy students, who grew up in Cayes, are working with GO Haiti Guesthouse, Manager Bertrand Lozier, to secure food and clean water for their home communities.
And, we see it in local pastors leading and serving with everything they are and everything they have, as highlighted in this 80-second video update:
What a privilege to call these local leaders, friends! We are honored to serve alongside them. Through prayer, work, and the faithfulness of God, we continue to hope for the best for Haiti. Thank you for standing with us for Haiti. Your generous investments in our Haiti Relief Fund are fueling the local impact.