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The need for housing intensified dramatically following the 2010 earthquake that displaced more than 2 million people.  A lot of work is being done by Habitat for Humanity by leveraging the local labor force, but Twin Cities Habitat is not leading volunteer trips to Haiti at this time.
barry and sharon mason


Barry and Sharon Mason, two of Twin Cities Habitat’s long-time supporters, took part in the Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project in Haiti in 2011. They joined 400 volunteers by working in a community that was decimated by the 2010 earthquake. They wrote several moving stories about their time in Haiti.

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