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Welcome to the Worlde of a Fated Fey, one who walks the Shadows between the OtherSide and this Dreamland. This is the Book of Shadows of a hereditary and self-taught Magickal Woman; a Dreamer who possesseth the lineage of Fae, Wytch and Starr Blood. Interwoven together to make an ecclectic source of Magick and Chaos. To walk between the Worldes of the Starrs, the Hidden Realms, the Spirit Worlde and to also Live a human life...
A pocket full of Change and a Meal for the Community.
Sandy has just torn the South East Coast of Haiti apart with
flooding and five days of torrential rain, there is no electricity
and the all the palms, banana and coconut have been destroyed. There
are times that these provide all the food that the Haitians have to
live on and now years of growth have been ruined and they have
nothing. Auban is a seaside settlement and 50 people have perished,
with a population of 1000 odd people, this will affect every home and
family. There is no clean water anywhere along the coast and hunger
and starvation are not far behind. It is the children and the old
people who languish during these times and many will be lost.
Meal for the Community
is a fund raiser to provide the residents of Auban with a good meal.
$350.00 US will purchase a very big pig, a sack of rice and lots and
lots of vegetables. This is a really cool thing to do and it uplifts
the spirits of the people. It blows them away that people from far
far away and who don’t know them offer them food in this way.
Auban is a tiny little community on the South East Coast of Haiti
that has just in these last few days been lashed again by severe
cyclones. Auban is home to about 1000 souls. The 161 homes of Auban
are nestled in the jungle off the main highway it is a tiny place you
can drive through it without even knowing it is there.
the earthquake on January 12th
2010 virtually every home in Auban has been damaged. After almost 3
years still there has been no aid or assistance to these families,
they live in houses that should be pulled down but they cannot afford
to rebuild their homes. There are about 90 orphans (this was in
2010, now there is most likely more) and under privileged children
living in Auban, they need food and education if they are to progress
from the corruption that holds sway in Haiti.
is a saying that Haiti can be changed a child at a time and it is my
aim to assist as many as possible. Haitian children are bright eyed
and filled with hope for the future. Don’t be fooled by the fact
that these children are almost always clean and smiling, not quite
what we imagine with poverty, but these kids go days without food.
have come to understand that it is a grass-roots movement that will
aid the kids of Auban. Their plight is lost in the drain of aid
distribution, another tiny community overlooked. We can help these
children have such a better chance at life; the girls especially
truly desire education and change. They don’t want to be trapped
as their mothers and grandmothers have been having baby after baby
supporting their families by whatever means they can. This doesn’t
have to happen and we can educate these children.
doesn’t cost very much, depending upon the school and the area it
is in, the cost is between $230-250 US per year. For this money the
child receives two school uniforms, 4 sets of underwear and 4 pairs
of socks and a pair of leather shoes and a school bag.
purchases their school books, pays their fees for the year and most
importantly ensures that the child has one cooked meal every day.
For some kids this is the only food they get and their school
uniforms are the best clothes they have to wear.
children start school at age 3 and if they are fortunate continue on
until they are 18, they are well educated most knowing 4 languages by
the time they leave.
can help educate the children of Auban, will you help?
can each donate money to get more children to school but also there
could well be people in your circles and communities that could also
help. There are so many ways to raise funds and these kids are such a
worthy cause. Please help them.
are so many waiting and wanting to be educated, it would cost less
than a cup of coffee a day to send a child in Auban to school.
Indeed the money equivalent to a cup of coffee a day or a year would
educate and feed 5 children. It’s just so very little and it makes
an enormous difference in their lives.
sharing just a little of the abundance we are blessed with we can
contribute, making something of these young lives, whilst Spirit
greatly enriches our own.
is a great blessing for both those who receive and those who give
are thousands of wonderful children who have very little hope for the
future. Many find themselves on the streets of
Haiti’s major cities.
My first bag of rice, or the day my kids pooled theyr pocket monies!
donated 13th November 2012.
This is Andreli & Babou,
these people are very poor, they have recieved virtually no education
& pretty much exist on whatever the land provides. This
hurricane has taken out the banana & coconut palms, which at
times are all the Haitians have to eat. There are about 12 kids on
this compound which are unable to attend school due to lack of money, Manbo Andreli has a thyroid condition.
the earthquake this family received assistance in the form of 3
tents. Hurricane Sandy has once again destroyed what they called
home. Belinda this is the compound that we will be giving your
donation of a sack of rice to.