I have a good friend who has a cousin living in Haiti as a missionary. They are located right at the earthquake's epicenter.
My question is whether or not a "sewing seeds" skirt project might be in order for the little girls in this area. How many will be able to participate? If you are interested please leave a comment and I will let you know what I decide.
***Sewing Seeds is a project that I occasionally organize here on my blog to collect and distribute handmade skirts to little girls in areas where there is need. Africa and Costa Rica are two places we have sent skirts to. In the past we have also included shorts for the boys, but we may stick to the skirts this time. Let me know what you think.
This mission serves a meal to approximately 100 children every day, so the need is great. There is a possibility that some missionaries will be able to transport the skirts to Haiti at some point, or I will have to also ask for a little help with postage (I will contribute too, but I don't think I could manage the whole amount by myself). Of course, if we have to mail the skirts it will take a while before that can happen because of the devastation in that area.
So, what do you think?
Should we do it?
I am leaning towards YES. :)