Compassion International “Hope In The Hurricane” – URGENT relief campaign for Haiti

The Compassion International “Hope In The Hurricane” disaster relief campaign is a one time gift ask created to help the immediate needs of children and their families who have been directly impacted by hurricane Matthew. The damage is great and continues to be assessed. We know 73 of Compassion’s church-based projects are temporarily closed or destroyed.  The death toll has reached 1000 souls lost.  Disaster funds continue to be used to provide immediate relief.

Campaign resources include on-air talking points, donation page link and phone number, banner images, audio spots, live promos and spot scripts to utilize as you can within your existing programming schedule.

If your radio station is interested in helping this effort simply email for more info.

Compassion’s work in Haiti began in 1968. Currently, more than 86,000 children and their families participate in 293 church-based child development centers in Haiti.

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