Julienne is an 8-year-old little girl whose life was devastated by the earthquake in Haiti. Her home was destroyed, her family’s meager food supply is running out and she is facing another year without access to school, as the school building collapsed. Already last year’s school year was disrupted by political turmoil and COVID.  

You can provide Julienne with bright moments of joy and warm food in her tummy in the midst of such bleak circumstances. The AMURT Haiti team has set up emergency “Child Friendly Spaces” with a team of volunteers and a bare minimum of supplies. Already 500 children are participating in simple, open air spaces, where they meet friends to sing, dance and play.  You can urgently provide tents, more food supplies and staff.
Every day more parents are coming and begging us to let their children to join, but our food supplies and spaces are too limited.  Your support will ensure that we reach at least 1200 children and build their resiliency by giving them the chance to release the traumatic stress they are living through in healthy ways.