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  • House of Hope Haiti: Joy Blooms Despite Challenges

    ER’s Jenny Reitz Compere serves on behalf of House of Hope, a Children’s Home in Northern Haiti that cares for up to 80 kids, many of whom are experiencing severe illness, emotional distress, abuse, neglect or abandonment upon their arrival. She shared these updates in recent blogs. I am back from my trip to Haiti.  It…Continue reading →

  • Let’s Celebrate! 20 Ways To Engage With ER This Year

    Having grown up in Ecuador and experiencing ER’s outreach to the poorest of the poor first-hand, Rheanna Cline created the following list to encourage everyone to celebrate 20 years of ER Christmas parties in the Quito Dump. By Rheanna Lea Cline Through the work of Extreme Response, thousands of people living in extreme situations are…Continue reading →

  • Caro’s Story: Growing Up in the Dump Community

    Written By Dawn Carnill Caro was born just days after our daycare center opened in the Quito garbage dump. Her mother had been working there since she was a child herself– gleaning things she could use and mining for recyclables to sell. Caro’s two older sisters spent their toddler and preschool years with their mother…Continue reading →

  • Team Omaha: Building Homes, Changing The Lives Of Dump Families

    By John Toney, Team Omaha Arriving late in Quito, Ecuador on July the 19, 2016, a team from Omaha, NE of 23 people arose early the next morning to join the ER team, Ricardo Vaca Maila and Luis Anibal Maila Vaca. Our purpose was to contruct a new house for Pedro and Martha Robles Guachi,…Continue reading →

  • Calling All ER Friends and ‘Alumni’

    ER is celebrating 20 years of Christmas parties by gathering in 11 locations in the U.S. and Canada this fall. If you’ve volunteered or supported ER’s work any any time during the last 20 years, we invite you to attend one of these gatherings: Atlanta/Lawrenceville, GA (Sept. 22) Simcoe, Canada (Oct. 1) Detroit/Lake Angeles/Rochester Hills,…Continue reading →

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