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Just as everyday, we began our second-to-last morning with an amazing breakfast, our cook, Jacqueline cooks the greatest meals and I will miss dearly how spoiled we have been in regards to our accommodations. Today is unlike the days previous, in a way it is...

Bittersweet Monday Our day started, as you all know, with us preparing for the day by getting our nutrition with breakfast. We had pancakes and sausage, so I was a very happy person! All of our meals have been exceptional with our three lovely Haitian...

Day 4 in Haiti and all is doing well with the group. We started the day with breakfast at 7am as usual. We had pancakes, biscuits, and bananas, plus an assortment of drinks all prepared by the lovely Haitian cooks that prepare all of our...

The Haiti trip I have been blessed with this year has been an experience that I will never forget. It has already shaped me in a way that cannot be easily explained in words. However, I will give my best attempt in...

Arriving at JFK Airport at 5:30am was an early start for a busy first day on the AIM Trip to Haiti. Some of us began the trip to the New York as early as 2:00am from various locations in the Penndel District. Arriving 3 hours...

We are excited to be partnering this year with Convoy of Hope as a Compassion Team to Haiti! Team members serve people around the world through projects connected to our children’s feeding and agriculture programs as part of Convoy of Hope’s driving passion to feed...

By Emily Galbraith This morning we had to be at breakfast at 6:45; the times we leave have been getting earlier and earlier. It isn't all that bad though. Today we had cinnamon oatmeal, refried beans, a tortilla chip with guacamole covering it, plantains, and sunny...

We woke early and met for breakfast at 7am: scrambled eggs, fried plantains, refried beans, sour cream, and toast. It was great! We needed to depart the hotel at 7:30am for our first assembly. We arrived at the school and quickly set up the sound...

It’s Sunday! We had breakfast at our hotel at 8am—oatmeal and pancakes with bananas and papaya. It was great! We departed for church at 9am, where we helped in the children’s service. We arrived approximately 30 minutes before the children began to arrive and proceeded...