Come join us for a spaghetti dinner in support of Haiti!
We have all been touched by the devastation that Hurricane Sandy has caused in the United States, but in the concern and focus of New York, popular media has overlooked what Sandy did in Haiti.
- More than one million people in Haiti face food shortages as a result of Hurricane Sandy as more than 70% of crops, including bananas, plantains and maize, were destroyed in the south of the country.
- Between 15,000-20,000 people had their homes destroyed or damaged by the hurricane while there are still 350,000+ still living in camps as a result of the earthquake in 2010.
- Roads have been washed away, preventing people from areas of devastation to more secure locations, adding to growing concerns for increased outbreaks of Cholera which has already claimed the lives of over 6500 people since 2010.
Cost: $20 per family
For more information please contact Cindy Casey (514)695-0600