If you’ve been following HOPE Art’s Dress Drive, then you’ll love seeing these beautiful Haitian girls wearing their new homemade sundresses. Melissa, Jenni, Stefanie and Jacq traveled back to Port-Au-Prince just a couple of weeks ago and not only delivered dozens of dresses to Nadine’s orphanage (OJFA), but to many other schools as well. Over were 300 delivered on this trip, and almost 80 more are ready to go out in April.
The girls are all dressed up for a party for Phara, the eldest. All she wanted for her 15th birthday was some American pizza and the HOPE Art ladies made it happen, along with some other special treats that you can see in their Facebook album HERE.
If you'd like to get involved, HOPE Art will be traveling back to Haiti in April and we'll take as many dresses as we can carry. Follow the HOPE Art Dress Project posting to find out how to participate.
And to all gave their time and effort to make this project so successful, on behalf of the orphans, we thank you.
— Project HOPE Art
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