April 22 & 23
Franklin Road and Shelby Street Campuses
In the fall of 2016, a category 5 hurricane pummeled Haiti, destroying homes and many of the crops Haitians rely on for food. This was the strongest storm to hit Haiti in 43 years, causing over $2 billion in damage.
Lifeline, our partner in Haiti, is filling the gaps of food shortage. And they need your help.
We need 2,000 people, over the course of two days – April 22 & 23 – to help in a real, hands-on way. As a community we are going to fill a semi-trailer with meals for Haiti!
But we won’t be able to do it without you! Bring your kids (kindergarten & up) and your friends, everyone can sign up for a 1-hour timeslot and provide hope for Haiti together with our partners Lifeline!