SIDRS is in desperate need for its own transport to get food,
supplies and seed throughout Haiti.
Rental fees are killing us
Please donate to help us help others
Update - Feb 2018
SIDRS has now delivered 1,350,000 meals to Puerto
Rico and has partners on the ground distributing the food and the seed to
all corners of the island!!
Below is Puerto Rico team and theyíve even started a
The community of Baguette is cut off from roads,
leaving only a tiny foot path that takes hours to even seek medical
attention..extremely poor fishing village without even a school. Boat access
is always depending how rough the sea is. Knowing this place is remote and
rarely sees any assistance if any. Sidr sent a team over to distribute food.
As we are distributing food and seed and tools here
in Haiti. The time has come to get a reliable vehicle to reach communities
further afield. Rentals are cost prohibitive and not an effective use of
You, the donors, funds!! We have struggled for years renting pickups and
using our motorcycles as much as possible but now we have more to give and
no economical way to deliver it.
We seriously need a pickup of our own so that we can
do more!! Tree seedlings. Water purification systems and of course food.
And we canít do it without you!!
Update - December2017
Today I moved the last of the cargo to the staging area for shipment to
Haiti. And also felt the joy and relief of seeing our 1,350,000 meals be
shrink wrapped and immediately loaded on a container bound for Puerto
This shows the world how quickly small groups can be enormously effective in
disaster relief!! Iím actually feeling quite emotional now that this food is
loaded and on its way!! Itís been a long road and the humanity and kindness
these folks have shown this wee Canadian grassroots gal is amazing. Endless
gratitude and look forward to working together long term to make this world
a bit better !!
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