. . . because a very specific group of children need a home. A home with a roof to keep out the rain. A home with a water-catchment system so they can shower. A home with a sanitary option for going to the bathroom.
A home with enough space so everyone can sleep inside.
They have names like Anelson, Merlansia, Wilgens, Kinder, Stevenson, Roseland and Lovensia. They are young. They are orphans. They live high in the mountains of Haiti, and their life is very different than ours.
Look at their faces.
One child at a time, the numbers grew... and grew... and grew some more.
Look where they live.