CARING FOR ORPHANS
In 2004, HUG rescued five girls, some abandoned; some orphaned. Christian home parents, Pastor and Mrs. Raymond Eugene, went on to save 15 other girls. One had been sleeping in a cemetery to escape sexual abuse. Thanks to financial support, these girls have their childhood back and a chance to reach their full potential. (The January 12, 2010 earthquake took Pastor Eugene’s life but the mission lives on under Director Sainte-Therese Delhomme.)
Your sponsorship will help feed, cloth, educate, and provide a girl a safe, loving home. You’ll receive her photo, story, and other information and can visit her in Haiti as part of a mission team. Your financial support will give her hope and a life-changing opportunity.
Will you, your family, Sunday school class, group, or office help fight slavery?
The United Nation reports widespread human trafficking in Haiti. Slave traders spend $150 to $10,000 to buy Haitian girls, and that presents a dire challenge. It’s easier to buy a girl than to raise funds for her. As we seek sponsors, traffickers buy and sell girls. Fight slavery. Sponsor a girl. About $2,500 rescues and supports a girl for one year.