14 01 2010

On Tuesday, January 12, 2010 at 4:53pm, a catastrophic 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated Haiti. The epicenter of this major quake was just 10 miles west of Porte-au-Prince and its 2 million inhabitants and sent 33 aftershocks ranging in magnitude from 4.2 to 5.9. Over 3 million people are in need of emergency aid after major earthquake.

Grace Village, our property in Port-Au-Prince where our orphanage and hospital is based, was unharmed, but all the surrounding communities were demolished.

Grace International president, Bishop Joel Jeune, is currently in the U.S., and our staff is working day and night to keep communication going and bring relief.

The hospital is now being used to house, aid, and feed thousands from surrounding areas. Items Needed:

  • Medical Supplies, including: vitamins, pain medicines, bandages
  • Non-Perishable Food Items, including: bottled water, vitamin water, rice, beans, canned/non-perishable foods (meats, fruit, vegetables)
  • Clothing of all sizes, including: undergarments, socks, shoes
  • Other items, such as: toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, towels, sheets, washcloths

To find the donation drop-off site closest to you, please email graceoffice7@yahoo.com

  1. We have done over 3o years of effective humanitarian work in Haiti
  2. Our facilities were unharmed, and now we are able to house and treat thousands of victims
  3. We have a distribution network of over 275 churches, schools, clinics throughout the Island.
  4. We will be in Haiti long after the the earthquake,  committed to its long-term development




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