Mimose explains “the tent is so hot, you can’t really live in it. It’s not safe at...read more.
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We’re on a mission to destroy the tent slum of Leveque, Haiti and fund 100 homes in 100 days. Change the life of an entire family today!
Health and SafetyIn their tents, families have no access to basic sanitation, exposing them to life-threatening health risks. Poor sanitation and hygiene have serious repercussions beyond public health – like loss of productivity and decreased school performance.
EducationHome stability creates a foundation for children to excel in their studies. When children are free from dangers like sanitation born disease, attendance and performance increases – improving their life trajectory.
Income OpportunitiesThis is Melicia. Before moving into a home she was unable to maintain an inventory large enough to earn a living wage. Her tent offered minimal protection from the elements – ruining her inventory with every strong rain. Her business is now growing.
New Homes = New JobsAn investment in a home is also an investment in the local economy.Local labor is contracted to build all New Story homes. They are trained to do this work and their new skillset will open doors for future employment.
Families are homeless due to unexpected disasters. With every passing day, they live in tents or the streets, exposed to life-threatening dangers.
Donors meet these families and directly fund new homes – costing just $6,000 to build. This is more than a home, it’s a new story of safety, hope and opportunity.