November Newsletter
November 18, 2021
Despite the complicated situation in Haiti, Ecole du Village is fully open. All donations were sent successfully and Flying High 4 Haiti is still operating as always.
Tents Received in Ecole St Michelle
Ecole St. Michel is the nearest school to Ile a Vache on the mainland in the city of Les Cayes. It was completely destroyed during the earthquake and it was uncertain if classes would be able to start this year. FH4H's founder Ines Lozano visited the school and spoke with the principal, Sister Roselore, who requested large tents to be able to start the school year and provide a sense of normalcy for its 700 students.

Ecole St. Michelle, a school neighboring mainland city of Les Cayes, was destroyed during the earthquake. It was uncertain if classes would start this year. Thanks to many generous donations for large tents, Ecole St. Michelle was able to start classes as planned.
Donation Distributions in Ile-a-Vache
New donations of food and clothes have arrived at Ile-a-Vache and have been distributed to the families and teachers of Ecole du Village. We would like to extend a special thank you to Garland Foods for helping collect these donations.
Give Miami Day
In this Giving Season, we would love to continue to provide health through water filters, safety through rebuilding and a bright future through education! During Give Miami Day, all donations will be matched equally by the Miami Foundation.

We can't do it without generous donors. Please join us from Nov 15th to Nov 18th and together let's make a difference in the lives of the families in Ile-a-Vache!

Water Filter Distribution
Disaster Aid Canada and Rotary International in collaboration with FH4H delivered 100 Sawyer Water filters to little Foot Prints Big Steps organization in Les Cayes.

The co-founder of the organization, Morgan Weinberg said: "Regions that our team has visited post-earthquake that have difficulty accessing clean water include: Payan, Fermleblanc, Saut Mathurine, and Randell. These are all rural regions that do not receive aid very easily. We will prioritize them for distribution of the water filters.  Thank you for making this happen! With the gas shortages currently happening in Haiti access to treated water has become even more difficult. This is perfect timing!"
Kay Project Opening
We did it! On November 30 at 11 a.m., the Kay Project will be officially inaugurated through an opening ceremony officiated by the mayor of Ile a Vache.

Thank you to all the donors that believed in this project and to our special partner The Taylor Moxey Foundation.
ISPA FH4H Club Drive
The student-run ISPA FH4H Club had an art supply drive to collect materials for the kids in Ile-a-Vache. Supplies are packed and ready to be shipped. Thank you ISPA FH4H Club for such a successful drive.
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