On January 12, 2010, 300,000 people lost their lives when a catastrophic earthquake hit the island of Haiti.
They are children kept apart by politics. Last month, the Russian Government halted all adoptions of Russian children by Americans. The stunning and unexpected move has left “would-be-parents” in this country heartbroken, especially since many of these people have already met their Russian children.
“A Night in Bollywood” has quickly become the most fun fundraiser in South Florida.
Just days after officials confirmed Britney Gengel died in the devastating earthquake in Haiti her parents started a foundation called Be Like Brit.
The family of Lynn University student who died in the January earthquake in Haiti plans to build an orphanage there in her honor.
Britney Gengel, a Lynn University student who lost her life during the Jan. 12th Haitian earthquake will be remembered with an orphanage built in her name. Her family, who lives in Holden, Mass., left New England Nov. 23 driving a 26-foot box truck loaded with the equipment needed to build an orphanage in Britney’s name – in Haiti.