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Revolution in Haiti 2013

A team for REVOLUTION CHURCH

  • $7,635
    Raised
  • 51
    Donors
  • 7
    Fundraisers

This campaign already ended. We hope you like the results!

$7,635 raised of $15,000
($4,560 online, $3,050 offline)

Revolution Annapolis is returning to Port Au Prince, Haiti!

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name dollars donors

1

Shawn and Rachel Livingston

Shawn and Rachel Livingston fundraising for Revolution in Haiti 2013

$3,200 22

2

Andrew Hunter

The Hunters in Haiti - 2013

$1,575 18

3

Andy Guzik

Andy Guzik fundraising for Revolution in Haiti 2013

$1,325 7

4

Jody Giles

The Giles fundraising for Revolution in Haiti 2013 1

$660 3

5

Amy Wingfield

Amy Wingfield fundraising for Revolution in Haiti 2013

$650 4

6

Josh Burnett

Josh Burnett fundraising for Revolution in Haiti 2013

$200 1

7

Revolution Annapolis

Revolution Annapolis fundraising for Revolution in Haiti 2013

$0 1

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"Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world". (James 1:27 NIV)

Revolution Annapolis is returning to Port au Prince, Haiti! We will be spending a week at Maison de Lumiere ("House of Light") supporting their amazing ministry work.

Child Hope International is a charitable, Christian organization, dedicated to rescuing suffering and abandoned children in Port Au Prince, Haiti. We will be working with the children of the home as they prepare for final exams, teaching job skills in their transition program, and particpating in the health clinics and feeding programs that CHI offers to the community in Port au Prince. In addition to bringing all the supplies we can, we will also bring encouragement and rest to the staff of MdL. Our goal is to give the staff time off for a retreat, allowing those that work so faithfully "to look after widows and orphans in their distress" to recharge!

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