7 responses to 2015 Haiti Auction Schedule
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    Comment on 2015 Haiti Auction Schedule (January 2nd, 2015 at 08:39)

    I have been at the New York Haiti Auction. There is something for everyone – young, old, men women, child. Their food is delicious. It is really something to see and enjoy. Just bring your money with you. There will be something there you want.

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    Alice Mary
    Comment on 2015 Haiti Auction Schedule (January 2nd, 2015 at 11:44)

    I hope to attend one of these benefit auctions sometime in my life. The video of the pie table alone has me “sold”! I’m sure I’d find much more to buy there than I could possibly carry home! Knowing the proceeds go to a good cause would make it that much easier for me to part with my money, too.

    Thank you for this post & video.

    I love the a cappela singing—did I hear it’s from a CD? Would it be available for purchase? I’d be interested!

    Alice Mary

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      Comment on Voice of Praise CD album (January 2nd, 2015 at 12:00)

      Voice of Praise CD album


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        Alice Mary
        Comment on 2015 Haiti Auction Schedule (January 2nd, 2015 at 12:18)

        Thank you, Linda, for the link.

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          Comment on Sample A Cappella Singing (January 2nd, 2015 at 12:20)

          Sample A Cappella Singing

          You’re welcome, Alice Mary.

          The song titles with arrows will play a sample track of a cappella singing, lasting about 30 seconds.


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    Comment on why Haiti specifically? (January 4th, 2015 at 09:16)

    why Haiti specifically?

    Can anyone tell me why the Amish are so interested in fundraising & sending money to specifically Haiti? Are there Amish there for instance? Why not other worthy causes like hurricane relief (Sandy?), the Tsunami in Japan, or other struggling countries (Nicurargara, Africa, etc)? Thanks!!

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      Comment on Amish relief targets (January 5th, 2015 at 10:57)

      Amish relief targets

      Amish do in fact do a good bit of US-based relief/charity work, for example hurricane and storm relief is common (Sandy, Katrina and others). Truth be told it’s kind of odd for the Amish to be involved in international outreach but you do see it in various forms. I know of one Amish person who went to Southeast Asia as a youth to help rebuild after the tsunami, I believe it was Indonesia.

      It seems like I once read or heard of why Amish and Mennonites were originally drawn to Haiti, but not finding it in my memory banks or some sources I’ve checked. Will let you know if I do, or someone else here may know. A good question.

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