URGENT Appeal for Childrens Home!

We URGENTLY need to rent a small, secure house just for the children and their nannies – the private home for them to live in will no longer be available to us as of April 2016!

We also need more furniture, kitchen items, bedding, shoes and clothes for the children. However we are barely surviving month to month to provide the childrens food, water, childcare, education, clothing and medical care.

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Please consider making a donation, however small, so we can rent a safe home for the children. We are aiming to raise enough funds to rent a home for 2 years, the badly needed items for the household and the childrens food for the remainder of this year.

PLEASE VISIT THE gofundme CAMPAIGN AND HELP US KEEP THE CHILDREN SAFE! 

Thank you so much,

LGCCA & ASHOG

gofund.me/Homeforkids-Haiti

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2016 Wall Calendars!

Art & Culture of Haiti: The Good Vodou

 

Depicting beautiful paintings and descriptions of the spirits of Vodou.

Our lovely wall calendars have arrived, fresh from the printers. They cost $15 each and you can buy them via our Paypal donation link. Just say in the memo “Calendars”. Please add $2 for P&P if outwith the BC Lower mainland area. Or contact us at help@communityandchildhaiti.ca.

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Medical Outreach Clinics

October 2015

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Ariel view of Anse-a-Galets, La Gonave Island

At the invitation of ASHOG and with their assistance, we ran our first week of Outreach clinics in remote areas on La Gonave Island, Haiti. Over 4 days we visited Roche Campe, Bwa Boule, Chen Kontan and Morne Augustin. We treated more than 100 patients per day and distributed de-worming medicines and multivitamins to scores more children. At each place the need for medical care was overwhelming. Malnutrition, unsafe drinking water and poor living conditions were at the root of many of the medical problems we saw.

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JJBean coffee … just in time for Christmas!

Hello and thank you for visiting our web site! We are running our JJBean coffee fundraiser again until November 20th. JJBean allow us to buy their coffee at a discounted price and we sell it for less than the usual price at the supermarket. The money we raise is for the Childrens Home Food Fund.

Simply choose your coffee and how you like it – beans, press etc and contact us at help@communityandchildhaiti.ca or call 604 789 3773 or check us out on FB Community and Child Haiti and message us there. We will deliver to Vancouver, West Van, North Van, Surrey, Richmond, New Westminster, Coquitlam, PoCo … by around November 30th.

Payment can be by cash, cheque or via PayPal.

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COFFEE MENU

We offer 4 blends which are designed to fit within a particular

taste profile. Fans of expresso, dark-roast coffee and decaf will find

something to suit their taste within our selection of blends:

EXPRESSO JJ

Notes: Hints of caramel and toasted nuts. Also brews a mild drip coffee.

Our signature expresso, the JJ is bright and lively with a pleasant sweet acidity.

Ideal for anyone who uses an expresso machine at home.

EASTSIDE

Notes: Earthy dark chocolate and floral notes. Makes a complex espresso.

Great for both drip and espresso brewing, Eastside has a well-rounded

body and muted acidity, without being especially dark.

As an espresso the Eastside has a fuller body than the JJ, with notes of earth and dark chocolate.

RAILTOWN

Notes: Very dark, smoky and roasty. Full-bodied with no acidity.

If you like your coffee dark look no further. This blend is all about that smoky, carbony quality that dark coffee drinkers crave, with a huge body. This will definitely get you up in the morning!

DECAF

Notes: Sweet, mild and chocolaty. Great for drip or espresso. Decaffeinated using the Swiss Water process, our decaf tastes every bit as good as our other blends, minus the buzz.

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Dear Coffee Lover, LGCCA is excited to offer you the freshest, tastiest locally roasted coffee in all of Vancouver.

Your purchase will help LGCCA support children in need on La Gonave Island Haiti.

Submit your order by November 20th. Pick up from November 30th or local delivery.

Complete the order form and don’t forget your name, address, email or phone number.

Please make cheques out to LGCCA. You can also pay by PayPal at www.communityandchildhaiti.ca

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Blend 12 oz bags Whole bean Espresso Cone Flat Press Percolator Number of bags Price Total $

Total

Espresso JJ               $13.00  
Eastside               $13.25  
Railtown               $12.75  
Decaf               $14.00  

 
Total number of bags ordered _____

Cash Cheque PayPal

 

 

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Orphaned Twins Need Formula

twins twin These 2 month old twin boys are desperately in need of nutrition for the next 2 years. Their mother died one month after giving birth and now their grandmother and aunt are struggling to feed them. They live in a remote area near Morne Augustin on La Gonave Island and came to our medical clinic this month. We are looking for at least $75 USD per month to provide infant formula for them so if you are able to donate anything at all please click on the PayPal link. The aunt and gran are doing their best to care for them but are extremely poor, underweight and malnourished themselves. They have been giving the babies water, rice and occasionally cows milk, which is all they have. We were able to give them one tin of formula which was all we had but are hoping that we can find some support for these little babies. We will be gifting them a goat so when the babies are older they can have goats milk, but for now they need formula.

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Caribbean Reggae Groove Night Nov 29

LGCCA is proud to present 1st Annual LGCCA Caribbean Reggae Groove Night with local talent musician Buckman Coe!

Sunday 29 November from 7 – 10 pm at Calabash Bistro, 428 Carrall Street, Vancouver.

Tickets in advance via PayPal at communityandchildhaiti.ca – just click on the PayPal icon and pay $25 per ticket using your PayPal account or credit card – please put TICKETS in the Add special instructions to the seller: box. You can also contact us on FB Community And Child Haiti or text Yung at 604-738-0946 or Ailsa at 604-789-3773.

Please join us at Calabash Bistro for LGCCA to raise funds for children in need and sustainable community projects on La Gonave Island, Haiti. All money raised from this event will go directly to support LGCCAs work. Check out our website www.communityandchildhaiti.ca.

Your $25 ticket buys you delicious Caribbean Cuisine including either rum punch or non-alcohol drink. We will sell raffles tickets, Haitian art auction and more. Check out calabashbistro.com, award-winning Caribbean Cuisine, exquisitely flavourful and authentic served in a great vibes reggae centric atmosphere.

The night will showcase local talent rootsy, soulful, folk, reggae rocker Buckman Coe. Buckman Coe is musician-activist , an artist’s who spiritual nature and passion for social justice. His music arrangements that draw from pop, folk, soul, Reggae’s mixture of uplifting, danceable rhythms, joyful and socially conscious vibes. We are so honored and super stoked to have Buckman Coe lending his voice to a great cause. Check out Buckman Coe’s video by clicking https://youtu.be/r4Pzo82cpzg.

Readers of WE Vancouver named Buckman Coe band the Best Band in Vancouver, and readers of the Georgia Straight voted it the second best indie band.

Come down for groove vibes and positive energy, the world-class and award-winning Caribbean Cuisine fare and mixology, to support an amazing cause.

Invite all your friends and hope to see you all there ! Help us spread the word.

It is going to be fun night and for an amazing cause and let’s keep the feel-good vibes rolling.

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ASHOG land & Community Garden

Good news! On October 25th a team of workers will start clearing the ASHOG land in order to get it cleared enough for the survey to be done and a perimeter wall built. In order to achieve self-sufficiency and sustainability for ASHOG Orphanage, and to provide food for the residents of the Poor House in Anse-a-Galets, a community garden will be gradually planted. We hope this will be the first of many Haitian owned and operated community projects. The land is also large enough for a building project and would be an ideal site for the proposed homes for disabled people – Architects Without Borders are working with LGCCA and ASHOG for this.

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