Wednesday, July 14, 2010
In late May 2010 I was fortunate to travel to Haiti to volunteer with HODR (http://Hodr.org/). It was 4 months after their earthquake and many generations into their poverty.
Clearly there are many difficult issues to resolve in Haiti. Clearly there is corruption. Clearly there are problems with NGOs. But in the end of the day, the most important thing in Haiti is their people. And they need a helping hand.
None of us can end the poverty nor the corruption. But we can make things a bit better. Be it through donating school supplies, teaching a class there, giving money, or removing a pile of rubble.
I would ask you all to do what you can. For more information see http://Hodr.org/, or http://JustRespond.blogspot.com/, or http://BonaResponds.org/