TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A couple is helping in Haiti with support from folks in theWabash Valley.
Willem and Beth Charles started Mountain Top Ministries, amission dedicated to helping the people of Haiti.
Beth is from the Wabash Valley and Charles is Haitian.
The couple divides their time between here and there.
More than six months after the devastating earthquake thatrocked Haiti, Beth and Willem say aid is needed more than ever.
"We have a lot of babies right now without food. We have a lotof children in the street. Haiti really needs more help now thanthey did during the earthquake of January the 12th," Willemsaid.
Mountain Top Ministries is hosting a banquet on July 30th whichis open to the public to explain what things are like in Haitiright now.
It is from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Idle Creek Banquet Centerin Terre Haute.
For more information on Mountain Top Ministries, visit http://www.mtmhaiti.com
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