My son and I have relocated to Canada. We evacuated with not much more than the clothes on our backs.
Survivors guilt is haunting me, as we have left behind so many who are unable to leave. Sister, Daddy, dear friends and staff are struggling to survive. AID does not readily reach the South and more remote communities. Fights are breaking out over a pound of rice. Water is scarce. Our French neighbors have been regularly traversing the channel with basic necessities. Much more needs to be done in the year ahead.
In the midst of this catastrophe we are blessed that Staff friends are doing what they can at Zandoli, sharing their daily portions of rice with the dogs! Cleaning and clearing, as tired as they are.
Shipping personal barrels is nearing a possibility.
In the next few months I plan to return to further evaluate the damage.
In order to move forward we need your help.
We need to send basic need items on a regular basis to those we left behind, family and those caring for Zandoli.
We need to help Zandoli re-roof before further damage degrades the structure.
We need to send supplies and aid to the Bagatelle School, and Stowe and Fond St. Jean Fisheries.
We need to help sister (my sons sister by father, my sweet step daughter)
We are a little lost at the moment, but in time and with your help we will find a way to move forward.
For more on the aftermath of Maria click Here and Here
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