If you want to send some light to Haiti, here is how to do it… 🙂 … More Help me send Lights to Haiti
We are going into my favorite gift-giving time of the year – GIFT A GOAT! … More “For That Someone Special”
I am so sorry for the radio silence.
Although I have not been writing project updates, I have still been working on projects. … More Radio Silence
We finished training the new students in the Goat program and already have plans to return to construct a large water project in June! … More Orevwa Haiti! Goodbye USA! Hola Panama!
Lovely had 5 goats in her herd. Now she has 4, but it’s for a good reason … More Lovely’s Goats
Yes, we are all going on little-to-no sleep, but we thought we were pulling it off until the TSA lady called us out. … More “You look like you’re coming off an international flight”
I got home early yesterday morning from a short (productive) project in Haiti! This was Phase 2 of the Gift a Goat program started last year by me and my sister, Helene. We had Dana and John return with us for their second time in Marbial and Chelsey joined us for her first time volunteering … More Better grades for goats
Today is our 4th day in Haiti – we have been training students, treating goats and just loving our time with the community. If goat tackling/wrangling was a sport, we would all get medals! Wait…is it a sport? Someone with electricity should google that for us. 😉 We have thirty-seven new goats in this second … More The dirtiest sport in the world
I just want to thank you all who helped make the first phase of “Gift a Goat” so successful! We currently have 35 female goats in the community being cared for by the students themselves with 32 more goats funded (but not yet purchased). In addition, 10 female goats and 1 male goat (billy goat) were … More THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
The mountain community who received the training from Helene and Dana were surprised to learn that goats needed water daily. The community was really receptive to the training and interacted with many questions over the 4 days. In the end, they learned about basic goat care, first aid, breeding and milking. On the last day … More Goats don’t need water. Right?