Sunday, February 13, 2011: "Helping Haiti"

February 15, 2011 11:38 AM

Can one Minnesotan make a difference in Haiti?  They're struggling with poverty, hunger and cholera--the people of Haiti face devastating problems.  Join Jason Davis as he returns to Haiti with the founder of Kids Against Hunger and see how this Minnesota-based nonprofit is helping a desperate people out of their misery.  You'll see how tens of thousands of Haitian children are helped with food packed by Minnesotans. Find out what Twin Cities company is supplying the pots and pans to cook it, and Jason will take you to Cite' Soleil, the most poverty-stricken area of the Caribbean country.

 
See how Minnesotans are packing food here in our state that feeds the starving in earthquake-stricken Haiti.
 
Jason Davis explores two areas in Port Au Prince--a tent city that sprung up after the quake and the infamous slum called Cite De Soleil
 
Pots from Minnesotans
Twin Cities workers at Nordicware Company donate time and effort to help the people of Haiti.
 
A Mission from the Heart
Kids Against Hunger founder Richard Proudfit talks about the daunting task of feeding all the starving people in Haiti and in other places around the world.
 
For more information about Twin Cities-based Kids Against Hunger, click here.
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Gail Brown

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