The best way to help Haiti

This is from Liz Lawne. She writes about working in Haiti recently with Our Little Brothers and Sisters, whose director Rick Frechette was of great help to me during my time there.
They are well worth supporting. Kieran Rigne
y from my hometown of Banagher has also worked with them for a long time.

My name is Elizabeth Lawne. I worked last year in Haiti on several projects with Gena Heraty (Mayo) and Meave Bracken (Offaly) with the organisation, Our Little Brothers and sisters. Gena has lived and worked in Haiti for over 20 years.

They desperately need our help. Please give what you can. If individuals want to organize an event contact Liz :0876637742 (after 3pm)

Want to donate?

Contributions are made out to: Our Little Brothers and Sisters – Ireland. Charity No CHY11953

Account details:

Bank of Ireland, Dublin Airport.

Account Name: Our Little Brothers and Sisters

Account No. 42863621

IBAN IE23 BOFI 9007 4642 8636 21

Also if you want to send money directly to Gena Heraty.

Gena Heraty Fund at AIB Westport III08008 sort code 93-71-69

100% of donations go direct to Haiti. No administration costs are incurred. Both accounts are registered charities. This organisation has been working on the ground in Haiti for over 20years. They have hospitals, clinics, food programs, water programs, schools and an orphanage with over 500children. They are very well experienced and equipped to cope with this disaster. Therefore your money goes directly to those that need it.

Fr. Rick Frechette, NPH’s Regional Director of the Caribbean, the Haiti home’s National Director and is a member of the NPH International Health Services Team, which oversees the medical needs of the children in nine countries.


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