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Thank You from UPLIFT Haiti
June 28, 2011

In a few days UPLIFT Haiti will issue a brief update on recent and upcoming project activities.

Today, however, we just want to say "Thank you!" to all of our donors.

As you may know, UPLIFT Haiti is a volunteer organization. We have no paid staff. Our projects are possible only because of the generosity of our supporters.

During our winter fundraising campaign, donors contributed $4,135 in cash—and several hundred dollars worth of material donations, mostly through our wish lists at Target and Amazon.

These donations have allowed us to continue our projects in medical aid and training, sustainable farming, women's vocational training, culinary training and community computer access.

We are very grateful to all our donors, and we aim to acknowledge every one.

But we have found it difficult—sometimes impossible—to acknowledge gifts made through the Amazon and Target wish lists. Both companies have similar policies regarding the identity of donors to their sponsored wish lists. They will not reveal donor names to us.

As a result, we can say "thank you!" only here to those who have donated these items through Target or Amazon: a USB headset, laminator and laminator pouches, router, measuring cups, grill and bake set, measuring spoons, grater, spatulas, chopping mats, baking sheets, cupcake pans, cake pans, bread pans, cooling racks, and Chefmate kitchen gadgets.

Thank you all for your generosity and for joining us in believing that since the people of Haiti have not given up on their country, we will not give up either.

To make online donations to UPLIFT Haiti, please visit:
http://uplifthaiti.org/donate.htm

 


UPLIFT Haiti, a Section 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity, organizes teams of volunteers to travel to Haiti to work with local communities in accomplishing sustainable projects for improving health, education, employment, and the local economy and infrastructure.

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