October

Birthdays

Stephania

Birthday: October 16

Stephania is from Jeremie, and a survivor of Hurricane Matthew. She is sweet and loving, but also stands up for herself. She likes the color pink and to play with her dolls. Stephania loves to laugh, dance, and read, and is a fast learner.

Dorvensky

Birthday: October 6

Dorvensky is friendly, extroverted and loves to read. His smile is contagious—it’s probably those striking dimples—and always reaches his eyes. His older brother is Chivensky, and will follow him in anything, whether it’s learning to play drums or just around the yard. He wants to grow up to be a football goalie. He is passionate about singing, especially at our nightly devotion and he loves to try new things

Bettinie

Nickname: Babu, Melissa
Birthday: October 15

Bright, inquisitive, and generous, Bettinie is often the first to share and help others, giving out snacks to hungry people on the street or sharing her own plate with whomever is near. She loves cooking and fashion. Her favorite subject in school is History because she likes to learn about things that happened a long time ago. Her favorite thing about the mission is that there are a lot of kids and there is always someone to talk to. You’ll always find her with a book in her hand and eager to learn.

Jonathan

Nickname: J.U., Jon U
Birthday: October 6

Outgoing and personable, J.U. is an effervescent boy who takes on all challenges at blinding speed. He never gives up and truly cares about others. He wants to grow up to be a lawyer and an ambassador.

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Make your check payable to “Have Faith Haiti Mission” and send to

Have Faith Haiti Mission
c/o A Hole in the Roof Foundation
29836 Telegraph Road
Southfield, MI 48034

Have Faith Haiti is operated by the A Hole in the Roof Foundation, a 501(c)(3) org (TAX ID# 27-0609504). Donations are tax deductible.

About the Mission


The Have Faith Haiti Mission is a special place of love and caring, dedicated to the safety, education, health and spiritual development of Haiti’s impoverished children and orphans. You can learn more here.

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