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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Our local help

One of many of the things your donations are going to are these local Haitians whom we hire as drivers and interpreters.


  1. The team shirts are a geat touch, gives them an identity and a spirit of belonging to a team. Never let your team mates down!

  2. Thank you for your careful use of our donations. Keep up the good work. Wrapping ALL of you in prayers.

  3. Hiring the local Haitians is a fantastic idea. The shirts show that they are a part of the team...of the good work that is being done. Please keep us updated with some info as well as pictures. The pics are important, but the stories and feelings give us a better idea of what's going on there. I know you don't have a lot of time to write, but it does help us feel connected to your work.

  4. Please let these dedicated people know how many thousands of us are following the heroic work that's being done through their efforts as part of Team Rubicon. How good it is to see the faces of all the remarkable and incredibly resilient Haitian men, women, and children whose stories we read on this blog. Thank you TR for near real time updates. The immediacy and authenticity of the communications sent out have been better than any coverage by the mainstream media. In the early photos, you showed us the suffering, sadness and overwhelming devastation. Now, there is hope in every smile. TR has raised untold thousands for Haitian relief. The lives you've saved, the many friends you've made, and the measure of good will you leave behind can never be counted.