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Thank you for your interest in Project Nourish! We are delighted to know that you too have a heart to help those in need! We are a group of people dedicated to serving the needs of people in underprivileged and Third World localities. Our efforts include providing shelter, food and clean water as well as clothes and shoes. With an overview of spirit, soul, and body our contributions also include bringing faith, education and medical attention...

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    More beans…more smiles!

    We told you before how that Dave & Carolyn donated 20 cases of dehydrated beans. Well the families in the mountain village of Cabois…

  • Associate of the Month


    Dave & Carolyn have shown exceptional benevolence towards the shelter project, providing funding for transportation and labor for 125 houses! Without their support this simply would not have happened. Families’ lives are better because of their kindness.

    “Thank you, Dave & Carolyn!"

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  • Earthquake hits Haiti
    On January 12th 2010 Haiti was hit with a magnitude 7.0 earthquake that altered the country forever. 250,000 died and 1.5 million were left homeless. Haitian life was very difficult before the devastating quake but since then it’s exponentially worse. You don’t see much, if any, mention of the quake’s effects anymore; it seems that it’s old news. Add the pre-existing poverty, the tropical storms, the cholera outbreak, and on and on it goes. However, it is not old news for the Haitians. Traveling through the country side we see so much of the population living in “tent cities”. Many of the “tents” are just sticks stuck in the ground covered with some plastic, a piece of tin, or even a bed sheet! As you can imagine that does not offer much protection from the elements. We have also seen many locales where there is no help being extended from those with the ability, much different than the illusions of many of the news reports. We would like to remind you that these people are living with these increased hardships, not the least of which includes the loss of family members and friends, on a daily basis…whether we are involved, or even aware, or not…