Change for Haiti.
Recently, we had the chance to meet this incredible young lady named Elisabeth Culton. She said that a few weekends back, she decided she wanted to do something to help make a difference for Haiti. That same weekend, “Change” for Haiti was born.
Elisabeth, her best friend, Alexa Morris, and their school mates from North Marion High School and Woodburn Academy of Art, Science and Technology are raising money for Haiti. 100% of all proceeds will benefit the Haitian people through Medical Teams International.
They’re getting really creative and are pulling out all the stops to raise as much money as they can. So far, we’ve heard that “Change” for Haiti is doing this through:
- Placing collection jars all over their schools and their communities
- North Marion High School mascot carrying a bucket around during basketball games
- Staging a pop can drive
- Giving out haircuts for as little as $10
- Selling “Change” for Haiti bracelets for $2 each
To date, North Marion High School has donated almost $3,000 and they have promised to do more! If you would like to help out these extraordinary young men and women, please e-mail email@example.com. We will accept orders for bracelets and get you in touch with Elisabeth and her friends.
Thank you "Change" for Haiti for your support for Medical Teams International!