Earlier this month, the students of Club 81 from Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate High School made the decision to provide gifts for underprivileged girls at Shaw Elementary in Tampa. The club members purchased forty gifts ranging from board games to barbies. The team wrapped each gift and hand delivered them on Friday the 17th.
To help battle the cholera outbreak in central Haiti, Project 81 sent a medical team to Village 81, Montrouis and Dessalines. Dr. John Hudson and Stephanie Houghton, a registered nurse, led the effort. Hundreds were treated for stomach pain and diarrhea.
Project 81 team has made the decision to provide scholarships to 81 Haitian children in the city of Dessalines. Public education is not free throughout the nation, and as a result, many families cannot afford the $98 per year that is necessary for enrollment.
Hello all just wanted to take a second and let you know what we have been up to as of late. I am on a flight returning from our last Haiti trip which was a short one but we accomplished a lot! We finalized our search in finding the perfect person that lives in Port … Continue reading EARTHQUAKE RELIEF TRIP III
Just wanted to take a second and update everyone with what is happening with Project 81! We have been very busy in meetings and connecting with people to make the vision of Project 81 expand. Some of the things in the works now: - sent down another Container of 335,000 …or 44,000lbs of meals from … Continue reading RELIEF UPDATE
A Project 81 team returned from Haiti April 3rd. Much is still needed to provide the Haitian people with resources to meet their basic needs in life. Many thousands of people still lack even a simple tarp for shelter. Crude structures of bed sheets and cardboard remain the only shelter for many. As the rainy … Continue reading EARTHQUAKE RELIEF TRIP II
On behalf of Project 81 Incorporated, I would like to thank each and every team member who helped with our relief effort this past week. A thank you goes out to Ben Montgomery of the St. Petersburg Times for telling the story. We would like to thank our medical professionals, John Hudson, Stephanie Houghton, Brian … Continue reading THANK YOU