Bret Scullion Foundation opens a new feeding center in Haiti

by Pavestone on July 12, 2010

Haiti Feeding Center - Bret Scullion FoundationBruce O’Neal,  the President of Manna Worldwide and Tim Berns left for Haiti Friday morning.  It will be a very short trip and we will be back in the states Sunday afternoon.  The living conditions outside of Port-au-Prince are still deplorable.  The purpose of this trip is to view the potential permanent site for the feeding center.  This will be a soft opening, and we will begin feeding the children this weekend.  The grand opening will take place once the building has been constructed in early fall of 2010.  Until this time, the children will continue to receive meals twice a day, but the downside will be that the preparation and serving of the meals will continue to be outside until the permanent structure is completed.

January 12, 2010 – 7.0 Magnitude Earthquake devastates Haiti

  • Estimated 250,000 had been killed in the quake, 1.5 million are still without permanent  shelter
  • 1.26 million children were affected in some capacity by the earthquake
  • 280,000 buildings were destroyed

The Bret Scullion Foundation funds the following;
The Bret Scullion Feeding Center in Manila, Philippines – 2007
The Bret Scullion Orphanage in Dorbeta-Turn Severin, Romania – 2008
The Bret Scullion Feeding Center in Antipolo, Philippines – 2009
The Bret Scullion Feeding Center in Desna, Russia – 2010
The Bret Scullion Feeding Center in Haiti – 2010

For more information on how you can help, please contact:

Tim Berns
Vice President of Home Depot Operations
Pavestone Company, LLC
678.457.2100 Cell
817.481.5802 Office

Related posts:

  1. Manna Worldwide: The Opening of the 4th Bret Scullion Center
  2. 3rd Annual Bret Scullion Golf Tournament
  3. Bethel Foundation Gets Hearts and Stones

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