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Today is the last day to submit entries for our 2019 Haiti T-shirt design! We have had some great entries and can’t wait to go through them all! Email entries to Brie@chances4children.org we are so excited from all the entries we have received ! Thank you for your help! ... See MoreSee Less

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17 hours ago

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We’re hoping to plan another an all women & mother-daughter trip to Haiti next spring, focusing on Women Empowerment programs in Haiti and encouraging the women in our programs Zel Haiti and Ila Joi. We will also visit feeding programs. Comment below if you have interest!! (Middle school and up with a parent or guardian; do not have to travel with a child/parent but must like kids!). ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

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Your support of Night of Hope on Nov 3rd allows us to continue to partner with our church communities in Haiti. This month we have started our project in Gonaives - constructing, the feeding program location, kitchen, bathrooms, food storage for the region, pastor's home and CHURCH! We are grateful for our partners, Global Commissioned Builders, Hearn Law and University Fellowship Church who are assisting in this effort. By supporting Night of Hope you will be helping us with this effort along with many other projects. Thank you!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

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By supporting C4C this is just one of the many projects we have underway in Haiti to help our rural church communities and the children they support. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

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First week of school in the books! Before school photo shows a range of emotions, the circle of prayer brought strength and confidence, and after school the fun of homework! Thank you for those who donated backpacks and school supplies! ... See MoreSee Less

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Don’t forget about our T-shirt contest going on right now. The winner gets a free shirt. This shirt will be our 2019 t-shirt that will be sold in our guesthouse! Email all entries by Sept 25, next Tuesday to Brie@chances4children.org ... See MoreSee Less

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You won't want to miss this year's Night of Hope. November 3, 2018. - it's going to be a fun filled night!!!!
Purchase tickets or donate at www.chances4children.org/night-of-hope
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2 weeks ago

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We have three seamstresses that graduated from our training last December that are currently coming on Fridays to earn money by making consignment product to sell and provide for their families. This way, as they practice, if we can expand Zel Haiti, they will be ready to get a regular job! In the meantime, they’ve made yoga straps and bags. Check them out!

Information:
$10 for yoga mat straps (includes shipping!) and $20 for yoga mat bags (+ $3 for shipping). The mat straps are adjustable to fit different size yoga mats. Both yoga straps and yoga bags can fit over the shoulder or across the body.

They are made by beginner-intermediate seamstresses. They’re nice but not perfect. Some are from home decor fabric, some are lighter cotton blends. Please comment “sold” and your email and I will contact you for more info. If you are interested in selling these at your gym or studio, please contact jessica@chances4children.org
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3 weeks ago

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The majority of child sponsorships come from experiences gathered when visiting the children and second to that is by word of mouth testimony of the impact a sponsorship makes on not only the child but the sponsor. Not many have booked a September visit and that makes the need for you to share with your friends about us even greater! Thank you in advance for sharing - especially on behalf of the following children! ... See MoreSee Less

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Look at what Pastor Bourdeau has to say about the impact of the feeding program on his Church/Community. It is much more than giving the children food even though that is extremely important! ... See MoreSee Less

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