My name is Alyssa Barber and my heart strings are pulled every day by a number of deserving children. That is why I am currently teaching and doing mission work in the United States in Haiti. Some of you may know that I traveled to Haiti for six months in 2018 to teach, develop and manage programs, and to consult charities in how to effectively aid families in Haiti. This work was beautiful and humbling.
I am currently looking for people to donate to my campaign so this year, I can continue working with such beautiful and loving people who need help.
I could give you countless reasons to why you should donate to Hope for Haiti, and I could show you countless ways in which your donations truly make a difference in the lives of others. Please take 5 minutes out of your day today to be a blessing to others.
Please watch this video, donate and share so somebody else can also do the same! The nation of Haiti needs loving supporters like YOU! <3
I thank you in advance!
Hope to see you all tis Friday, April 5, 2019, for Hampton University's High School Day. Alumni and prospective students welcome to come get a taste of our Home by the Sea!
It's also not too late to hop on the bus with the Atlanta chapter of the National Hampton Alumni Association! See you there!
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Thank you very much to Carolina Butler and The Hampton University International Office for featuring me in the very first Hampton University International Newsletter.
Many of you followed my Instagram story today as I started posting about a group of Dominicans on motorcycles that chased down my bus and blockaded us from reaching the border. Men, women and children were involved. After three hours of waiting in frustration, we were finally able to cross the board from the Dominican Republic, back to Haiti. Hours later, I received the story explaining what was going on between the custom patrols of the two nations and how I ended up getting stuck in the crossfire.