VERMONT HAITI PROJECT TO BE RECOGNIZED AS PART OF A STATE HOUSE RESOLUTION
We are pleased to announce that a decade of service by Vermont Haiti Project, Inc. will be the subject of a state resolution, to be read next week at the state house in Montpelier!
Representative Marjorie Ryerson (Randolph) will be reading the citation during the 10:00am session, Tuesday March 17.
The resolution reads, in part:
“Through their decade of service in Haiti, volunteers of VHP have operated according to the philosophy that ‘we are one world and thus we need to reach out to make sure our fellow citizens, especially those most in need, are healthy, safe, and are afforded opportunities that will improve their quality of life.’
“Caring for our neighbors… providing opportunities that promote healthy, safe communities… and fostering self-reliance are traits that have always served Vermont well. They are traits that Vermont Haiti Project is proud to share in Haiti.”
Vermont Haiti Project has previously been lauded; in 2010 Senator Patrick Leahy composed a letter of praise and thanks for VHP’s response to the tragic earthquake in Haiti.
This latest recognition – not to mention the wonderful progress made with VHP’s programs in Haiti – could not have happened without the backing of hundreds of VHP friends, family and supporters. As such, all are invited to attend Tuesday’s resolution, as we would be honored to share in our recognition with our supporters.
Many thanks from VHP!