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June 12, 2013
During our Haiti trip, we hiked up a hill in Oranger and met some awesome ladies who gave us an up close and personal look into making coffee. Check out Kylie Turley's video above and photos of the process on her blog here.
Showing off his Good Neighbors school uniform! Help us send more kids to school by sponsoring a child for $35/month and you’ll provide him/her with tuition support, uniforms, school supplies, lunchtime meals, and more.
Hope everyone has a wonderful Mother’s Day weekend!
We have so much respect for all of the mothers who do everything they can to provide for their children. If you’d like to help a mom in a developing country send her child to school, you can find a child to sponsor this weekend.
A glimpse into the slums of Haiti. Here, we drove through Cite Soleil last week, where families live among rubble in homes made of little more than sheet metal. One of the videos we’re working on will focus on the living conditions of the people in Haiti and how we’re building new shelters for them. #HaitiFilmingTrip
Our videographer, Kylie Turley, filming inside a Good Neighbors school in Wharf Jeremie, Haiti last week. The footage is part of two documentary shorts we’re producing on a community of 300 children who will be available for sponsorship in June.
We sent a filming team to Haiti last week! We had a great time meeting the children and filming their stories, and can’t wait to share the videos with you soon. Until then, we’ll be sharing a few pictures each day from our trip…starting with this one, which was taken during our first visit to a school in Oranger, Haiti. Loved spending time with these bright, adorable kids.
Friday night was the opening of our Water For Life photo exhibit, featuring pictures from our November trip to Chad, Africa to build clean water wells! Pictured here: Our Program Coordinator Luigi, Managing Editor Celeste, and Fundraising Intern Sayuri having a great time working the event.
Very excited to announce that we’re sending our Managing Editor Celeste Hoang, Videographer Kylie Turley, and Photographer Mimi Yip out to Haiti this month to make two documentary shorts! They will be photographing and filming the stories of children and communities we’ll be supporting starting this summer. The team will be there from April 22-April 30 and we look forward to sharing updates with you during that time!
Our Dominican Republic office started medical exams for sponsored children this week! Doctors gave check-ups and made sure parents understood the importance of good hygiene for kids, such as brushing teeth and washing hands.
If you’re interested in sponsoring a child and providing him/her with healthcare and more, go here.