After the Earthquake of 2010, We Have Been Working To Bring Sustainable & Educational Supplies, Life-Saving Tools And Business To The Deaf/HH Community In Haiti
In 2010, a devastating 7.0 Earthquake struck Haiti. 300,000 people were killed as homes and buildings collapsed. People were dispersed, seperated from their families and had to individually fend for themselves. 4-6,000 inmates had escaped; Tent cities were established. Communications were down and the deaf were left to fend for themselves. Since the earthquake struck, we have provided hundreds of the Deaf/HH with a variety of tools in the form of: sustainable footwear known as The Shoe That Grows, created a jewelry business for Deaf women, educational supplies for various Deaf schools and orphanage, dozens of the indestructive soccerball One World Futbol and Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Self-Defense training camps. Our current objective is bringing solar light and water filtration systems in to the villages where the Deaf/HH remain without these basic needs.
By donating, your contribution will support our efforts in Haiti as we provide sustainable supplies such as solar light, clean water filtration systems and new business equipment to support the Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing. To learn more visit us on social media at: #offthegridHAITI
Providing tools for Self-Defense against sexual assault and Deaf Culture mannerisms as it relates to communicating with touch, my-body-my-choice.
Providing rape whistles, children's clothing, hygiene and jewelry-making supplies.