lete's donation will travel with John Mutin and other members of the West Tennessee (WTN) Haiti Partnership. The group will travel in late November to St. Vincent's School for Handicapped Children in Port au Prince, where they will deliver supplies and aid to the 157 students at the school.
John Mutin, a member of the WTN Haiti Partnership stated, "Right now, the children of St. Vincent's are in a make-shift old dorm. We're told that there are currently are 157 students and that the children don't have clean water to drink. They are currently buying it. We plan on using the elete as a way to help hydrate the children. The children are severely malnourished so they don't have huge reserves to draw upon. This donation from elete will help the children stay well hydrated."
"As Haiti continues to recover and rebuild following the devastating earthquake, new problems, such as cholera, emerge and pose a high threat to the lives and health of the people of Haiti," said Val Anderson, Executive Vice-President and Director of Sales and Marketing for MRI and elete. "It is our hope that our donation to WTN Haiti Partnership and St. Vincent's will help support and protect some of the most vulnerable in Haiti."
To learn more about elete, go to: http://www.eletewater.com or call 800.669.1297. To learn more about WTN Haiti Partnership, visit their blog at: http://wtnhaitipartnership.blogspot.com/.
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