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Positive Legacy provides additional $10,000 grant to Hands Up For Haiti

Updated: Jun 29, 2022

Life expectancy in Haiti is a mere 64 years and the UN estimates that the number of children suffering from malnutrition in Haiti - already 1 in 5 - is expected to double this year. To make matters worse, the cost of food, water, and medication continues to skyrocket in the face of natural disasters and supply chain disruptions.

Positive Legacy has been providing grant funding to Hands Up for Haiti (HUFH) for over a decade. HUFH’s mission is to deliver lifesaving health care to the sickest and most impoverished people of Northern Haiti.

As we close out our 2021-2022 fiscal year, we’re proud to provide an additional $10,000 grant to support HUFH’s ongoing medical services, malnutrition and preventative care programs, and the building of clean water wells. We’re proud to work alongside an organization that is truly leaving a positive legacy in this world.

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