What has Color of Hope been up to since January 12, 2010
Since the unfortunate turn of events on January 12 Color of Hope has been successful in getting things done on the ground from water distribution in the areas of Delmas 40b, Delmas 32, Delmas 33 and the surrounding area to offering a sense of hope to our brothers and sisters. In addition to its ongoing recreational activities for children in the neighborhood of Delmas Color of Hope (COH) is currently creating a variety of projects, to provide those in need with basic necessities. (Click here to view pictures from our team in Haiti)
As you know, the first few days after the earthquake was very difficult for many who did not know the fate of their loved ones. In partnership with several radio stations in Haiti and the United States, including numerous websites, COH helped many locate their family members through a family connection broadcast.
With many buried in mass graves, some barely buried, it it is inevitable and unfortunate that many who perished in this tragedy will be forgotten and that is unconscionable and unacceptable to the members of Color of Hope. This is why they decided to launch the first digital memorial wall for the dead and missing at www.112haiti.com
Color of Hope (COH) has also partnered with organizations and helped coordinate teams of doctors and nurses who have made many trips to Haiti.
Color of Hope is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization(EIN/tax ID# is 27-1851170). Your donations are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.
Color of Hope members:
Temp. Board Member:
Darin Wade Mellinger, Esquire
State Rep. Mack Bernard
ed shakespierre - President
Portia L. Sanchez - Vice- President
Kerfye Pierre- Secretary
Color of Hope Team In Haiti
Jean Baptiste Evens
Timothee Jean Roc
Delisma Jean Noe
Edouard Luc Nikerson
Dort Serge Junior
St Pierre Ketura
Jean Pierre Gresset