Project Haiti Newsletter!

April 3, 2014

Grilled Cheese for Haiti

Friday, April 11th, 10:30pm-3am

Liacouras Walk, Philadelphia, PA, United States & 1725 W Berks Street

TU Project Haiti will be hosting a late night Grilled Cheese Fundraiser! $2 buys you a delicious grilled cheese sandwich and a chance to support the St. Francis Xavier Orphanage!

How Can You Help!

1. Ask your local grocery store, friend, and family to donate grilled cheese making supplies, specifically, cheese, bread, and butter! We would also like to have drinks and/or baked goods to sell, so you can ask for them to be donated as well! Check out the sample donation letter below and send it on to anyone who may be interested in donating supplies. Email when you receive any donations.

2. Work the event! We are hoping to have two locations for this event, Liacouras Walk (across from 1940) and on Bouvier and Berks Streets. For us to have both locations, we need volunteers to man the tables from 10:30am-3am. Fill out the form below to sign up for a time slot.

3. Spread the word! Invite you friends to the Facebook group and share the flyer below with everyone you know!

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Poppin' Tags for Haiti

Friday, May 2nd, 11am

1801 N Broad St

Philadelphia, PA

On May 2nd, we will be hosting our 2nd thrift shop fundraiser! Poppin' Tags for Haiti will set up a pop-up shop on campus where students can shop for clothing. To set up the shop, we need lots of clothes!

Contact your academic departments, jobs, residence halls, etc. and ask if you can put a bin in a public place to start collecting clothes.

After collecting clothing, contact to arrange pick up of the clothes.

Meet Project Haiti's 2014-2015 Officers!

President: Erika Firestone

Vice President: Holly Miller

Secretary: Becky Baro

Treasurer: Richardson Metis

Fundraising Chair: Jeffrey Meris

TU Project Haiti Spring Break 2014

This Spring Break 9 Temple University students visited St. Francis Xavier Orphange in Haiti. The students spent time with the 18 children of the orphanage, explored the country and fell in love with the country and all of its beauty.

Check out our blog to read a reflection from Project Haiti's President for 2014-2015, Erika Firestone and click through the photos below to see some of the events of the trip.