- This is a blog post by CRF President Milton Jones. – I learned something new about children in poverty today. Surely, I already knew it — but it caught my attention in a vivid way this afternoon. A sponsored child at the Sovereign School in Cap Hatien, Haiti gave me a note. She had been a delightful girl and very helpful in things that I was doing there. She even tried to teach me Creole. But when I got the note, there was an “Uh Oh!” that went off in my mind. I just knew that she going to ask me to give her something. I figured she would hit me up for some money. Slowly I opened the… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Disaster Relief
May 23, 2013 It’s been a couple days since the terrible disaster in Moore, OK. Here is an update on what CRF is doing. We have partnered with the Disaster Response Team (DRT) for our on-the-ground effort. The team has been in Moore since day one and is busy bringing help and hope to the hardest hit areas in Moore by providing spiritual, emotional and physical care. To GIVE to the continued relief effort, please visit our donation page. To GO to Moore as a volunteer relief worker, you can sign up here and we will contact you with more information Volunteers are needed in the following areas: Distribution - Property Clean Up Rebuilding/Repair of Properties … Read more »
CRF is partnering with DRT to bring relief to the people hurt by the devastating hurricane that hit the Northeast. Our outreach will take place in Monmouth, New Jersey and Union Beach, New Jersey. To help with the devastation a Semi Tool Trailer is being set up to furnish all the tools and supplies needed to rebuild homes that were damaged or destroyed. A Mobile Kitchen will also be located in the area to give food to those who cannot currently cook or have meals at their houses. We will also have a housing and shower trailer to give volunteer workers a place to stay while they are helping. Please send your funds and gifts to CRF as soon as… Read more »
We thank God that Hurricane Isaac has not been as catastrophic as Hurricane Katrina, but many people have still lost their homes and possessions in this disaster. We are continuing to partner with Disaster ResponseTeam to provide emergency food and care to those affected.
Sister Mono patiently waited to talk to me as I was visiting Emmanuel’s Farm near Bungoma, Kenya. When I made my way to talk to her, she gave me a letter requesting help for her children — all 1500 of them. “The mentioned children are more than 1500 from affected families because of the armed conflict, the SLDF, and army operations which led to the deaths and disappearances of some parents. During these operations women were sexually abused leading to infections of HIV/AIDS. Most of the children are either total orphans or half orphans.” – excerpt from Sister Mondo’s letter. It sounded like one of those Joseph Kony and Invisible Children stories—only this one may have been even more violent…. Read more »