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OrphanCare/Dillon International's Blog – January 2010 Archive (2)

In the aftermath

In the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake we have gotten thousands of calls from families wanting to open there home to children orphaned by the earthquake. If you are among them, I want to take a moment to thank you for opening your generous heart to someone so in need of love. All of us at Dillon are following the situation with aching hearts.



That said, at this time we are not sure how international adoption will be affected by the earthquake. If you have questions you want… Continue

Added by orphanCare/Dillon International on January 22, 2010 at 12:24pm — No Comments

Haiti

Dillon International has supported Hope Hospital and Children's Village in Port-au-Prince, Haiti for many years. Despite the horrible devastation following the earthquake that struck Haiti yesterday evening, we are thankful that the damage to both the hospital and orphanage is minimal and the staff and children are safe. Both the hospital and the orphanage are open and helping victims of the earthquake. However, there are many needs and the hospital is already full of people needing… Continue

Added by orphanCare/Dillon International on January 13, 2010 at 5:52pm — No Comments

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