And we'd like to give them clean water via a water well.
There's a village within Bombardopolis called Faligant. I've visited twice, once in 2012 and once Summer 2014. I've met many children, fathers, mothers, aunts, brothers, sisters, uncles, and guys, they desparately need clean water.
Mary is a woman in Faligant who is raising her seven children alone. Her husband died May 2013. He died because he was sick. Me and my team never knew he was sick. And we have no idea what kind of sick he was, but I know for sure that lack of unlimited clean water was a factor. Because I see firsthand the water kids drink and play in, and the water mothers have to bathe their children in, and cook with. I can see how dirty it is, but there's no telling the amount of germs and parasites in it.
Six year old Claunise is Mary's daughter. She is my girl. Both times I've been to Haiti we have been inseperable. She's incredible and she loves like no other. She has a special place in my heart. I say this because I've made personal relationships with the people of Faligant. They are so, so dear to me. And Claunise is only one example of the children and relationships my team and I have made.
So, will you partner with me in getting clean water to Haiti?
I wanted to save this section for "getting to the point", if you will, but please don't hesitate to ask me any questions or any more specific details.
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