Following the devastating earthquake of January, 2010, the Mission was the second project chosen by the A Hole in the Roof Foundation. The Foundation was committed to rebuilding and repairing the home to more than seventy children. In December 2010, as the Mission fell upon hard times, and A Hole in the Roof Foundation assumed operation, changing its name to Have Faith Haiti, inspired partly by Albom’s book “Have a Little Faith.”
To follow the progress of the original campaign and repairs from the beginning, follow the video timeline below.
February 2010: $70,000 | 30 Days | One Mission
Following the devastating earthquake that ravaged Haiti in January of 2010, A Hole in the Roof Foundation launches a campaign to raise funds for an orphanage in Haiti. Over $82,000 is raised in just 19 days!
April – August 2010: Detroit Muscle Crew I
A group of skilled tradesmen from Detroit make several trips to Detroit to repair existing spaces, build bathrooms and showers, and build a new school building. Watch their video diaries. These generous volunteers would continue improving various infastructure needs through 2013.
November 2013: Detroit Checks in on Haiti
Fox 2 News reporter Amy Lange returns to Haiti in a special two-part series.