On behalf of the New Hope Jacmel Ministries I would like to thank Mr. David Horn and USA Park.Net for donating to us such a beautiful Bus towards our project in Haiti. What a great thing to do for a great cause!
As you know, Southern of Haiti has been destroyed. We need your help to ship necessities and supplies along with this bus for the people who were affected.
Help us with #HurricaneMatthew Aftermath.
Drop off Location Address: 10342 Woodley Point Road, Jacksonville, FL 32218, or email us to pick them up at: [email protected]
The list items: APC surge outlet electricity. Camping Tent. Old Cell phone. Flashlights. Small and big batteries. Electricity analog plugs. Blanket. Utensil (Spoons) Plates. Sandal/Shoes. Non-perishable Foods. Cough Medicine. Baby Counter medicine. Men/Women and kids’ clothes. Young female and male children Items. Shower soap Shampoo. Toothpaste. Toothbrush. Children shoes. men's boots. Women shoes. Blanket. Drinking Cups. Water Filters items. Trash bags 18 gallons or more. Toilet papers. Isopropyl Alcohol wintergreen. Ensure nutrition. Bulb light. Generators. Can Opener. First aid kit. Rain gear. Heavy gloves. Coolers for storage. Clock (wind-up or battery-powered.) Medical Supply. Insect-repellent sprays. Feminine hygiene items. Sunscreen.
Soap. First aid kit. Prescription medication• Over-the-counter medication• Children's medicine. Bandages. Adhesive tape. Antiseptic solution. Thermometer. Tweezers.
HURRICANE MATTHEW UPDATES: AS OF OCTOBER 15, 2016
2.1 million people, including 894,057 children, are affected.
1,410,774 people (12.9% of the population), including 592,581 children, need humanitarian assistance.
750,000 people, including 315,000 children, need urgent humanitarian aid for the next three months.
Approximately 1,000 people dead, 128 reported missing, 438 injured and 510 plus cholera cases have been reported, per official data available on 15 October.
We are currently accepting monetary donations for the hurricane victims. For over the years we have been providing relief to our people through schools, medical missions, etc. New Hope Jacmel Ministries is a well- established and trusted non-profit 501(c)3 organization with several doctors, pastors and teachers currently in the field in Haiti providing aids to hurricane victims in our affected areas.
Hector Roberto Mardy, Coordinator
Dear Praying Friends and Supporters:
We know you have been praying for us, even before the hurricane got to us. I sincerely apologize for not getting back to you earlier, due to the fact of the Internet issues. I tried many times, but they wouldn't go. As stated earlier in my previous update Matthew was a serious storm and we got the full force of it. The storm has hammered us and left a devastating effect, unleashed heavy rains and winds. Despite all God was still at work, "Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away" (Matthew 24:35 NIV). Yes we can always rebuild, even though we're still trying to recover from the earthquake that devastated our beloved Haiti back in 2010, but we cannot restore a life if it is lost. God spares us from losing lives as predicted from all the weather channels around the globe.
In Jacmel, lots of farms have been destroyed, few houses were flooded with no loss of lives. Praise GOD for His mercy, and we are thankful.
As we speak, our team is in consultation to study the strategic way, real support and ministry outreach we can provide to some of the victims in the areas. We get work to do, it's going to be hard for our brothers and sisters in here. My heart might be broken now, but my motivation remains the same. Please continue to keep us in your prayers.
New Hope Jacmel Ministries Int.
Hector Roberto Mardy, Church Planter
New Hope Jacmel Ministries International believes in a 5 part-mission of:
Evangelism: Planting churches and training leaders by establishing a church that will start other churches in the region
Education: Teaching and helping the whole community to read and write; and to establish a school that would be able to offer better education that will shape our young people for the future
HealthCare: To establish a community healthcare that will bring certain answers to the health issues that already exists
Empathy: Providing Mercy Ministry; and to establish orphanages to help with the most underprivileged children
Economics: Empowering business leaders; and to establish an enterprise to generate funds for the ministries, so that the work can be self-sustain the near future and, this will be able to help with the economic revival of the community and to improve the living conditions of the people living within the community
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