Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Join me in a Labor of Love

Help support me to reach my goal!
Join Team Aloma!
Hire me before Oct. 2, 2010

The Walk for Hunger is a 3 mile walk established by Food for the Poor to raise awareness and funds to fight the chronic malnutrition affecting the Caribbean and Latin America. The 2010 Walk for Hunger will provide life-sustaining food for the people of Haiti, who have suffered greatly due to the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Port-au-Prince in January. The people of Haiti continue to face a daily struggle, but they have not lost hope. Your help will remind them that they are not forgotten.
Date of Walk: October 2, 2010

I have joined Team Aloma in Food for the Poor's 5th Annual Walk for Hunger. Team Aloma is being led by the man, Angel Aloma, who began the inspiration and continues to nurture the part of my soul that yearns to travel and be a part of a Labor of Love. In honor of Food for the Poor's excellent work, I will be giving 97% of all money gained from photography from now until October 2nd, 2010. Contact me if this is how you would like to help.

In a country that has lost the attention of the media, but that has not lost the great need for the essentials of life to be restored, Food for the Poor works tirelessly to restore those needs and has the resources to make your help most effective.96.9% of your dollar goes directly into their programs and services that helps feed, house, educate and provide medical supplies to the people of Haiti.
  • $10.00- Provides a fruit tree for a Haitian Family
  • $12.00- Feeds a family for a month
  • $12.50- Provides a desk for a student
  • $20.00- Provides 100lbs. of rice and beans
  • $20.00- Provides a solar powered light
  • $20.00- School supplies for a child for a year
  • $25.00- Provides chicks to provide eggs
  • $31.00- Shirt, pants and shoes for an orphan
  • $36.00- Feed a child for a year or a family for 3 months
  • $50.00- Provides medical supplies

Friends please help join me in a Labor of Love to help to restore basic essentials of life to people in Haiti who have dealt with extreme poverty and extreme conditions their entire lives. Since travelling to Haiti before and after the earthquake, I have seen first-hand that the people of Haiti whether devastated by the earthquake or not were a people of strength and perseverance that have endured great suffering and tribulations through no fault of their own.

Please invite anyone that you think would like to be a part of this event by attending, volunteering or donating. Hope to see you there! Thank you for taking the time to read this.

1 comment:

Food For The Poor said...


Thanks for supporting Food For The Poor! We really appreciate your commitment.
I posted a link to this blog on our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/FoodForThePoor.
Good luck at the walk!

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