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project15St. Andrew's and St. Paul's will be conducting  a number of on-going fund raising activities to help those affected by the earthquake and the outbreak of cholera. We ask you to participate in these events including: For Just $1 A Day you can help us make a big diffenece to lives of many families in Haiti's Central Plateau. Contributions to the Haiti Relief Fund - made online by clicking the donate button Or we will gladly accept a check.    

Checks should be made payable to

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church,

10 North Main Ave. Albany, New York 12203

and write “Haiti Mission” on the memo line.

 

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Donations in the “Pennies for Haiti” jars at the doors of the church. Sunday sales of Haitian Art and Handmade items after the 10am service in Carmichael Hall The following organizations are taking donation to help those affected by the earthquake in Haiti: To Love a Child The Episcopal Diocese of Haiti Doctors without Borders World Vision Stand With Haiti A Means to Better Education The Diocese of Haiti is part of the Episcopal Church’s Province II, as is the Diocese of Albany. St John’s Church in Troy, has an active mission to Lascahobas, Haiti. They have been both a partner and a guide to our ef-forts to develop a partnership in Haiti. The Diocese of Haiti is actively involved in providing a better education for its children. The people of Lahoye crave education as a means of providing a better life for themselves and their children. The school at St Jacques needs: Books, school supplies and benches for the children, Teachers books and supplies. Funds to supplement the teacher’s salaries. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Contact Information St. Andrews Episcopal Church 10 North Main Ave. Albany, NY 12203 T 518 489 4747 F 518 489 2370 E-mail - parishoffice@standrewsalbany.org Visit the Parish Web site : http://www.standrewsalbany.org/

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Container of Supplies is Off to Haiti!

At 6:40 a.m. Friday, May 24 everything was in place!  The container was an estimated 8 tons!  It is now off to Haiti. On Wednesday evening, member of St. Andrew’s, St. Paul’s, To Love a Child, RPI and others from the Empire Haiti Coalition gathered at the RPI Technology Park to load the 20 foot long container with supplies for all of the six churches and schools the Coalition supports, plus some additional supplies for two orphanages and a homeless shelter.
The container once unload will become a daycare and early learning center. Member of the empire Haiti Coalition and RPI students that designed the daycare center will travel to Haiti in August to help distribute the supplies and complete the daycare center project. Thanks to the work done by the St. Andrew’s-St. Paul’s Partnership more than 250 notebooks, 6 water coolers, 600+ pens/pencils, a copier/printer, 5 bikes, tarps, microphones, music amps and various musical instrument are on their way to our partners in Lahoye. One very special item and the  last thing to be loaded in to the container was a wonderful drum set donate by Nancy Kelly’s son Peter an RPI grad. This item was one that we never thought we would find and It was nice to have Peter’s sister Laura there to help send it off. Many thanks to all who have help make this project such a success. One more very important note. The April Book Sale in the Shop, at 10 and 25 cents a book, raised nearly $400 for the Haiti partnership. They plan to expanded the number of these sales in the coming year from two to four!
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