Updated: Oct 2, 2019

Hurricane Matthew a category four hurricane caused loss of lives, destroyed homes, businesses and agriculture in the South section of Haiti. The Pinnacle of Hope team provided assistance by partnering with local churches in various areas in the South to provide. We could not have done it without your help!

Your donation brought Hope to families in need who were affected by Hurricane Matthew. Cement, roofing materials, clothing and food and other much needed items was delivered and distributed by Pastor Mantuma Faris, who is also responsible for Community Development in Jorgue a section in Torbeck, Les Cayes Haiti. Seventeen homes were repaired with the building materials. Hot meals were also provided for local families in that community. Pinnacle of Hope also partnered with Food for the Poor who provided much needed food supplies that was distributed to families in Tibarra in the community of Saint Louis de Nord and Petit Goave.

IN KIND DONATIONS AND FINANCIAL SUPPORTERS: Cornerstone Solutions | St. Vincent De Paul | Helping Families Improve | Sejourne Haiti | Imprint | Food for the Poor

Your contribution of much needed food, water, construction materials, children's shoes and drawstring backpacks with school supplies for students were delivered to assist families.

We are grateful for your generosity! A big thank you to all of our individual donors, and to everyone who prayed or assisted in any way.

"Let Hope Arise" #hurricanematthewrelief #hopeisgreaterthandespair

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