A Simple, Fun, Community Event for All Ages!
The Sticky Stats: Filling Hungry Bellies in Haiti
– 500 toddlers receive a weekly supply of peanut butter. Raisins, canned meats and/or other nutritious foods high in iron and protein are given when available.
– 500+ malnourished, pregnant, and anemic women receive peanut butter, grains and ABC Food each week at the clinic. Canned meat and sun-dried raisins are also given when available.
– 50+ infants (old enough to eat it) receive peanut butter each week.
– 75 jars are given to the Lovelink Children’s Home each month.
– During disasters, thousands of jars of peanut butter are given out through Lifeline’s Disaster Relief Program.
– 250+ families receive peanut butter each week in the Family Nutrition Programs.
– Several hundred jars are given out quarterly to very needy children in the schools.
– Lifeline shares peanut butter with many other missions in Haiti.
Get Involved With The Fun!
– Organize a peanut butter drive with your friends, family, church, organization (Scouts, Kiwanis, Rotary Club, 4-H, etc), work place, etc.
– Go above & beyond with your peanut butter drive and ask everyone to donate a quarter for each jar of peanut butter donated. (It costs $0.25 to ship 1 pound of supplies to Haiti)
– Collect a special offering for Lifeline’s Peanut Butter Drive. This helps Lifeline to ship the peanut butter to Haiti.
– Volunteer! Groups, individuals, families, etc are needed throughout the year to package peanut butter and other ministry supplies in Lifeline’s warehouse to ship to Haiti.
Hungry bellies and malnutrition are part of everyday life for kids and families in Haiti. But with your help, Lifeline’s nutrition clinics are meeting those needs!
For more Information: Contact RobM@Lifeline.org, Matt@Lifeline.org or call 614-794-0108.