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New Lunch Program

Last Monday the kitchen staff of St. Vincent’s began the now…

Music for Haiti

Music for Haiti is a project that was started in 2012 that has…

A Message from our Board Chairman William Craddock

Dear Friends, Life is fragile, nature is indifferent, prayers…

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Last Monday the kitchen staff of St. Vincent’s began the now daily task of serving a hot, nutritious lunch to all of the students and many of the teachers in addition to snacks at 10:00. As the vast majority of the students and teachers take the bus from Port-au-Prince to and from school (a journey that can exceed an hour either way depending on traffic), an afternoon meal is essential in helping the students make it all the way home at the end of the day. Now that the logistics of serving all two hundred students in an efficient manner have been worked out, the meal also provides a time for the students to socialize with friends in different classes and grades. It is a time that students and teachers alike look forward to after a day of hard work. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today the students and teachers at St. Vincent's had a huge celebration to mark the start of Carnaval. A student committee fundraised, planned, and executed the party that was complete with music, masks, popcorn, and juice! ... See MoreSee Less

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Longtime volunteer and Board Member, Dr. Susan Nelson discusses her love and respect for the people of Haiti. To see more, visit @wtnhaiti on Twitter. ... See MoreSee Less

“HONORING HAITI: Dr. Susan Nelson makes two trips to Haiti a year. Tonight she is honoring the lives lost in the 2010 earthquake and sharing stories of strength. She'll head back to Haiti in March. @LocalMemphis @wtnhaiti t.co/Jr95yEQuOc

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