May 19th COVID-19 Global Update

Over the last two weeks, our global team has been working tirelessly to reach our communities with food, education materials, megaphones – used for socially distanced church services and health education, and more. Thousands of families have food that will last them a month and a glimmer of hope has been restored. Not only has our staff been able to facilitate relief distribution to our communities, but our Haiti staff was also able to finish a clean water project in Grand Passe – a huge success!

This impact made would not have been possible without your generous donations to our COVID-19 Global Relief Plan. Thank you so much for your continued support, prayers, and love.

If you are interested in understanding how COVID-19 is spreading in the countries where we work and the current need, please watch the videos below.

Thank you, again,

The 410 Bridge Team

Guatemala Update
Kenya Update
Haiti Update

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