Hurricane Matthew: Rebuilding

Updated: Aug 5, 2021

Thanks to a quick response from our donors, we were able to send money to our students to help purchase some items for them to start getting back on their feet. Berlyne asked every student what their top 3 priorities were, and we tried to check as many things off that list as we could. Many students told us they needed a new bed, but due to the high cost of beds that was one item we were unable to purchase for anyone. What we did get them: metal sheets to replace their roofs, wood, cement, clothes, and school supplies.

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