I'm raising funds for Habitat for Humanity's programs in Haiti
My Goal: $5,000
Raised So Far: $2,640.00
This fundraiser has expired.
In August I'm traveling to Leogane, Haiti to help build houses together with families affected by the January 2010 earthquake. Before I leave I am going to raise $5,000 for Habitat's Haitian program. (All combined our team goal is $30,000.) I appreciate your donation!
|Barbara and Tim Carr||8/3/2011||$500.00||Thank you for all you do. Wishing you and your team blessings as you go.|
|Eliot Greenspan||8/2/2011||$50.00||keep up the good work!|
|Joanne Krakora||7/22/2011||$250.00||Thank you for helping God's people in need. One day soon I will back out there building with you!|
|Susan Gladden||7/13/2011||$25.00||Wish I were going! Best wishes for a successful trip!|
|Abby Daniell||7/6/2011||$200.00||Jon and I wish you all the best in Haiti!! Thanks Steve!!|
|Lara Weber||6/15/2011||$40.00||Good luck to you and the entire team traveling to Haiti. Wish I could've joined you!|
|Stephen Pile||6/3/2011||$100.00||Happy to do this, and wish I could go, perhaps I should...|
|Anne Franklin||6/2/2011||$25.00||Good luck!!|
|Anonymous||6/1/2011||$50.00||Steve, wish I were going with you. Next year in let's be sure to get together to play music when I'm in Costa Rica.|
|brynna ogletree||5/31/2011||$50.00||Good luck, Steve. Thank you for your good and important work. Brynna|
|gayle maly||5/31/2011||$200.00||hey steve so proud of your doing this, and if you cannot reach your goal let us know. think you will though and I will keep checking. love dave and gayle|
|Anonymous||5/31/2011||$50.00||Steve, I admire your commitment to helping Haitian families build a better life! Best of luck on reaching your fundraising goal. Susan|
Just a few old pictures from Habitat events
We haven't stopped to count, but we received an enormous response to our plea for volunteers for the Haiti trip. It's humbling to see so many people who want to help. We have a few more interviews left to do before we announce the final roster, but I'd just like to say thanks for all the interest. This is going to be a worthwhile trip!
On the Pacific coast of Nicaragua, on land formerly owned by the infamous dictator Anastasio Somoza, Habitat for Humanity is helping build 50 houses for families living on under $2 a day per person. Several weeks ago I was in Nicaragua and had the pleasure of spending a morning visiting some of the families.
The community of 'La Gallina' ('The Hen') was named after pre-Columbian petroglyphs etched into the ceiling of a nearby shallow cave, some of which look vaguely chicken-like. In...