Haiti YMCA Responds to Hurricane Matthew Disaster

On October 3, Hurricane Matthew, a violent Category 4 storm with winds of up to 145 mph, made landfall in Haiti, flooding homes in vulnerable coastal communities and forcing residents to seek shelter. Matthew is the strongest storm to hit the Caribbean in almost a decade.

Through its local networks, the Haiti YMCA will be able to support children and families directly impacted by the disaster. They will provide basic supplies, services and shelter as capacity allows in the ten communities where the Y is present. Click here to learn more. To help the Haiti YMCA respond to the devastating hurricane, please consider making a donation to relief efforts.

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Girls in Haiti smiling.

Boys in Haiti playing soccer.

Y building in Haiti

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