Flying a Bus full of food to Haiti
The U.S. Air Force is teaming up with Kids Against Hunger to fly a bus load of highly nutritious volunteer packaged meals to Haiti.600,000 meals plus the bus itself will be loaded onto a U.S. Air Force cargo plane and flown to Haiti to help the youth of the poverty-stricken country.
The president of Children's Lifeline...another group working on this mission....will be cooking and hand-delivering those meals in Haiti. Children's Lifeline feeds 8,300 children in Haiti Kids Against Hunger meals through their school nutrition program.Children's Lifeline president Donald Curtis says, "Haiti is the worst place I've ever worked as far as the conditions, however the spirit and the attitude of the people are amazing. They're survivors and it's a blessing to even work with them."
Watch them Pack the Bus before it heads to Haiti.
Here is a picture of the vehicle that Children's Lifeline uses to transport people and Kids Against Hunger meals. The new bus will allow them to do much more to help the children in Haiti get an education and a nutritious meal.