WWKD (What Would Kelsey Do?)

exists to help the people of Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the world. Over 50% of the population of this island nation live in extreme poverty. They subsist on less than $2.00 a day.

WWKD

helps the people of Haiti create a sustainable environment by providing housing, food, education and medical aid for families in impoverished Haiti.
 

WWKD works:

  • to provide jobs in the field of constructing home from earth-based bricks created in Haiti;
  • to provide sustainable gardens for food and provide cows, goats and chickens for on-going food sources;
  • to educate children and adults in basic hygiene, set up primary school programs through local orphanages, establish secondary and trade schooling assistance, and develop senior homes for the elderly for basic health care.
  • to sponsor, host and develop local medical clinics for those in need in Haiti using US based volunteer medical professionals, including but not limited to, general practice and specialty doctors, nurses, dentists and other health care professionals.

See Kelsey’s Story

Are you watching?

Today it’s been little things irritating me.  Traffic.  The rain.  Slow loading web sites. Cranky people.  Lines everywhere. And then I realized.  Today is the day.  Nine months since you passed. It’s funny how my entire being knows this without even...

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Superhero’s Auction and Dinner, November 3, 2018

We are pleased and proud to announce our first annual Superhero's Auction to be held Saturday, November 3 at Pasco Christian Church, Pasco, WA.  Mark the date, dust off your Superhero shirt (or costume if you have one - we would love to see that!), grab your friends...

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Eight months and life moves forward….

August 10, 2018…eight months feels like yesterday sometimes.  So many things I want to share with you.  I know you hear me.  I talk to you often when I’m driving, when I’m in the backyard. When I was at the beach a couple weeks ago.  Late at night.  Early...

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WWKD Project © 2018

WWKD Project © 2018