On October 9th, the team members of Love Worth Sharing and A Voice In The Wilderness led groups of people on relief efforts to the southern peninsula of Haiti. The first group, led by Ezechiel Felix, took ten people to the village of Cavallion, which was almost completely wiped out. The second group, led by Ricardo Laguere, went to the village of Maniche, his mother's home village.
Both of these teams took rice, oil, spaghetti, bottled water as well as personal hygiene kits containing, toothbrushes, toothpaste, sanitary supplies, toilet paper and soap.
For many of these people this was the first food they had had since the hurricane made landfall. Ricardo sends his thanks to all saying "While the government is still evaluating, we were able to meet the needs in these two villages." Ezechiel and Doctor Desor will be returning with medicine to hold a clinic for those in Cavallion this week.
Mission and Outreach Ministry Council is collecting donations for Hurricane relief for Haiti, Florida and North Carolina. Please email Linda Miller at: email@example.com if you would like to contribute.
Any missions contribution received after November 18th will not get to the mission by Christmas.