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Haiti Earthquake 2010 Fundraising Event. The Raglan Junior School, January 2010 Sic Vos Non Vobis Thus do we, not for ourselves. Where is Haiti? . Background. Discovered in 1492 by Christopher Columbus A predominantly French speaking country Home to 8.7 million people

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haiti earthquake 2010 fundraising event

Haiti Earthquake 2010Fundraising Event

The Raglan Junior School, January 2010Sic Vos Non VobisThus do we, not for ourselves.

background
Background
  • Discovered in 1492 by Christopher Columbus
  • A predominantly French speaking country
  • Home to 8.7 million people
  • January 12th 2010 - Haiti was hit by a massive earthquake
  • Haiti was already one of the poorest countries in the world with a very unstable government and history of civil war
how can we help
How can we help?
  • A gift of £10 could provide clean water for a family – 1 class of 30 children can provide 3 families with clean water supplies
  • There is a severe lack of medical supplies and medically trained staff – our money could pay for a UN doctor to go to Haiti to help take care of the survivors.