195 Dolls Hand Delivered to Haitian Children in the Dominican Republic

Monday, January 24, 2011

Terry (Georgia, USA) and 3 of her lovely friends, Cherry, Betty, and Linda gave out 195 Dolls they made to children who live in Batey 7 near Barahona on their mission trip to the Dominican Republic.

“A batey is a company town where sugar workers and their families, mostly Haitians, live. They are poor, and lack both education and the benefits of citizenship. (We) had so much fun making the dolls and giving them to these children. Thank you so very much for sharing your pattern and allowing us to share the dollys with these precious children.”

Thank you so much to Terry and her fabulous friends for the wonderful work they are doing and for sharing these amazing photos with us all!

Thank you to everyone who is willing to share their love and sewing skills with a little one in need.
You only have to look at these childrens faces to know that you ARE making a difference in their lives.

Take Care and Happy Sewing!

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