Special Announcement — September 12, 2011
Camp H.A.I.T.I. Destroyed
David Youssi, an irrigation contractor who has been camping to raise money for irrigation in Haiti since March of this year, was surprised to see his tent shredded and thrown across acres of open field and his campsite destroyed when he arrived at camp Monday evening of September 5th. A tornado slammed through the Woodstock and Canton, Georgia area mere hours before he arrived, flattening everything at the camp. Although the destruction was severe, David plans to keep camping until Christmas in order to get the word out about Camp H.A.I.T.I. Rebuilding the campsite has already begun. A campfire known as the “Fire of Hope” burns every night and visiting hours are from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. nightly. Stop by and show your support.
The goal of Camp H.A.I.T.I. (Haitian Agriculture Irrigation Technology Initiative) is to raise enough money to procure materials to install at least one of four Irrigation projects the non-profit is committed to building. Youssi will launch his first project in partnership with Reformation Hope near our La Plaine ministry center. To donate or for more information about Camp H.A.I.T.I., go to www.irrigationwithoutborders.org.