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Giant Caramel Roll Fund-raiser

The first funding phase for the Haiti School Project is to purchase the land needed in Haiti for the school.

To accomplish this we are selling giant monkey bread caramel rolls, bricks as we like to call them.

To make them easier for everyone to get, we are getting the help of some great retailers, who have agreed to making them available at their stores. So, you can now get them from the NACEC office or at any of the following locations.

Chisholm:
Black Bear Bakery
Eveleth:
Eveleth IGA
Virginia:
The Shop Coffee House


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Group Order Form


VTT Haiti Project Info.:
Why This Project 2013 (movie)
Project Updates In Brief
Haiti Trip #1
Haiti Trip #2

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P.O. Box 174
Aurora MN 55705 USA

Phone: 218.305.4100



The Haiti Vocational School Project Kicks Into High Gear.
Breaking The Cycle of Extreme Poverty With Education, Job Skills and Hope
Phase 1: Carmel Roll Fund Raiser for the Haiti School Project land purchase is now under way! See info on left side of page.
Your help is needed! Get involved, spread the word and help make it a success. Buy a Giant Caramel Roll...
Trip #2 Completed Successfully
We're back in Minnesota. The trip was a success and we accomplished almost everything we planned, which is fantastic.

One of the things that I learned this trip is that if we are going to be in Haiti helping for the long haul we need to address several issues like security, living accommodations for volunteers and students and the climate. This can only be accomplished by building a our own small school facility.

In the future we will add a link to an area called building the new permanent school where we can provide information updates to those that are interested in our efforts. I believe that we should be able to educate about over 180 students per year with the new school. Continuing to teach basic electricity while adding entry level residential electric wiring to the course.

For more information on trip #2 please visit the Haiti Trip #2 page.

(photo) - The first day of class. Classroom was to hot, so class was held outside in the shade of a large mango tree.
Our Partner In Haiti, Pastor St. Luc Noel:
Pastor St. Luc has 11 churches and 6 schools for grades 1-3 serving about 960 children. Even though he is busy with his ministry and schools he still finds the time to be a strong supporter of the project and is our go to for anything that we need to find in Haiti. With his help, I believe that we can find darn near anything over there.

He is currently staying with us here in Minnesota as he conducts his speaking tour at churches and religious seminars around the North Central United States. He will be leaving us to return to Haiti on the 23rd of June. It has been fun having him here with us as it has given more time to talk about the school project. When in Haiti working on the school project I stay with his family. I find it a good way to learn about the culture of Haiti.

We sincerely appreciate all of the time and help he provides to NACEC and this project.


A Special Thanks:
To all of our Board Members, Volunteers and Sponsors who continue to help with all of the planning, fund raising and many other tasks. If your not currently a volunteer or sponsor and you too would like to help, please simply contact me and we'll get you involved. As you can imagine there is much to be done and the help of dedicated volunteers, sponsors, specialists, consultants and engineers are always needed and welcomed.

Last Mod: July 30, 2014




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