Woman in Haiti Making Dirt Cookies
The Pastries for Haiti Project
Haitian children in the poorest parts of the poorest country in the world are turning to dirt cookies to provide the minimal nutrition to keep them alive. The ‘mud-pies’ are considered a commodity in towns where women work to produce thedirt cookies on a daily basis. We are pleased to share with you the exciting news about the Pastries for Haiti Project.
Together, with your support, we will send 5,000 cases of delicious pastries to children in Haiti. We want to stop the unsafe and unhealthy practice of children eating cookies made of dirt, salt and butter.
To get a glimpse of how dirt cookies are made in Haiti, please visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3337cj4sJQ&feature=share
The Pastries for Haiti Project is also fully committed to developing relationships to help facilitate better educational opportunities and medical treatment for children in Haiti. Pastries for Haiti has partnered with two non-profit organizations: the Haitian Health Foundation and Miles College. Both of these organizations are fully committed to improving education and health in Haiti.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Each case of cookies contains 50 boxes of pastries at a cost of $150 per case ($3 per box).
Your donation will put smiles on the faces of children in Haiti and allow them to have a memorable sweet treat
Please make your check or money order payable to: Pastries for Haiti Project
Please mail your check or money order to:
Pastries for Haiti Project
PO Box 1870
Anniston, AL 36202
Thank you for your time and consideration. Please visit Pastries for Haiti online for more information and to make a secure purchase: http://www.alizascookies.com/haiti.html
After conducting some research for the Tuskegee Human and Civil Rights Multicultural Center and the Tuskegee Airmen Inc., given the release of Red Tails the Movie, WCN Transmedia Brandcasting Catalyst Jay O’Conner was asked to examine ways to generate multiple incomes for the Center and The Tuskegee Airmen.
Some simple research revealed that the Girl Scouts of America raises 700 Million dollars in revenue from their annual Cookie Program! (Who among us can resist buying several boxes of this highly anticipated annual treat?)
Ambassador Webb recently set up a meeting for James Montgomery and Jay O’Conner to discuss the creation of a Cookie Program for the Tuskegee Airmen. Tthrough the power of Social Media and Transmedia Brandcasting, WCN TV is offering the opportunity for your NON Profit to also deliver this type of program for your organization through the WCN Transmedia Brandcasting Alliance with Aliza’s Cookies.
INCENTIVES FOR HELPING:
WCN will offer a one hour Transmedia Brandcasting Consultation for the first 100 donors to this cause. Also, as a special bonus for helping, WCN will set up a FREE Bowling for Charity Fundraiser for 30 days with ALL MONIES donated to this worthy cause after covering nominal expenses.
Chairman & CEO