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HEBREWS: CHAPTER 4 VERSES 16
Empowering Haiti's Next Generation
One Student at a Time
On Jan. 12, 2010 millions of
Americans an Caribbeans of all walks of wake up in the morning to prepare to to work, take the children to school, take to
friends an families, or relax at home not prepared for anything dangerous happening in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti or any other
parts of the world.
On Tuesday, January 12, 2010
the motherland of Haiti suffered a suffered a 7.0 Earthquake west of the Haitian Capital at 4.53pm which shocked the nation
as the worst disaster in american history as an estimated were effected by the earhquake.
An estimated 250,000 residence
an 300,000 commercial buildings has been distroyed or serverly damaged. Due to the high level of damage an estimated 230,000
people has died, 300,000 are seriously injured. While, 1,000,000 has lost there love ones, an are homeless till today.
Since 2007, Konbit pou Rebati Bčlč (KOREBEL), which means “Team to Rebuild Bel Air,” has run a primary
school and a community cafeteria in Bel Air, one of the poorest and most historic neighborhoods of central Port-au-Prince,
Haiti. Until the earthquake on January 12th, they provided quality education to 400 students and low-cost meals to the community.
The KOREBEL School and Cafeteria collapsed in the earthquake, halting the school year and the futures of countless children.
Now KOREBEL is holding classes for 200 students in makeshift tents with limited supplies.
For the 1st time to help the people of Port-Au-Prince
Haiti, Jean Claude Denis & Korebel Foundation Inc. request your honor and presence to our Black Tie Dinner Gala to Rebuild Korebel School in Bel – Air, Haiti and commemorate and honor the victims of the
devastating earthquake. The theme for this important Gala which will take place
on Friday, January 7, 2011 from 8:00pm – 12:00midnight at Charisma Ballroom located at 71-46 Main Street, Kew Gardens,
NY 11367 is “WE MUST NEVER FORGET”.
Jean Claude Denis