|A major earthquake struck Haiti on Tuesday, January 12, 2010, knocking down buildings and destroying countless lives. This disaster is rated the number one event of 2010 by CNN. Haiti’s ambassador to the United States called it a catastrophe for the Western Hemisphere’s poorest nation. During the Hurricane Season of 2008, Haiti was battered by hurricanes and torrential rains which caused deadly mudslides and destructive floods throughout the country. In response to that disaster, TDJ organized a drive to collect relief items for the victims. Thanks to the generosity of many, we were able to bring to Haiti a container full of rice, beans, canned foods, water, toiletries, first aid kits, clothing, shoes, baby articles and toys|
Help Victims of Hurricane Matthew
It’s been seven years since the tragic onset of Hurricane Matthew, and the piercing cries of Haiti only grow louder.
With a history of natural disasters dating back to the torrential rains and mudslides of 2008, Hurricane Matthew marks Haiti’s worst storm in a decade, leaving the country in ruins.
The Dathan Project is a not-for-profit organization, providing assistance to the brave people of Haiti who have shown great strength in the face of truly devastating adversity. Set an example by doing your part to soothe the tormented spirit of a wounded land. Lend a hand by donating now.