Missions of Love is on the ground in Haiti – 365 days a year – and we have been for the last 20+ years. We’re not just there for the hurricane relief, we’re there to help making a lasting impact in the communities we serve.
Gadyen Dlo is manufactured at our compound in Jolivert, Haiti. A bottle like the one pictured costs only 35 cents and will purify 185 gallons of water. Now that cholera is spreading in Haiti due to hurricane Matthew, water purification is essential to saving lives.
As families effected by the hurricane come to our clinic in Jolivert, we will give them each a bottle of Gadyen Dlo and explain to them the dangers of cholera.
This morning, Nurse Edline reported over 20 families effected by the storm came to the clinic for assistance and more will continue to pour in over the next days and weeks.
MOL has been treating patients from the heavily affected areas of Biarry and Busan Cache free of charge, as well as providing food. These are two areas have a working relationship with MOL through Pastor Jean Robert.
Vice President Nancy Bukovnik is in Jolivert with Directors Asa Talbot and Barbie and Ralph Porter. They are assessing the needs of the community and how MOL can best help in this tragic situation. Relief funds donated to MOL will be used to purchase medicines and food for families such as these.
Missions of Love is setting up a special Hurricane Relief Fund that will be used to help these areas that we serve that were destroyed in the high winds, rain and flooding.
Know that 100% of your donations will reach the Haitian people!
You may also mail a check to
Missions of Love
PO Box 292
Hartford, KY 42347