Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Today we're partnering with Sidney Henry and Food for the Poor ( to break the cycle of generational poverty by providing some special families in Haiti with the hope, dignity, safety and security of owning their own home in a safe, new village – with a church, a school, and skill center – for just $2,600 per house!  That means, just 20 of you making a one-time $130 gift, builds a family a cinder-block house on a 24x20' concrete slab, with two windows, two locking doors, a bathroom, a kitchen, and even a porch.  You can even spread out your $130 gift over 3 months, at just $45 per month.

866-433-4673 or online at 

Our own KKLA Morning Guy Jim Governale just returned from Haiti three weeks ago, pictures on the kkla Facebook page.

When you call tonight to build a house for $2,600, know that the house will be built and a family will be moved into that new house in just two weeks from tonight!  And the first 10 people to buy a house, will get dinner with me and Sidney at a nearby restaurant where you'll be presented a plaque with a photo of the family that moved into the house you bought them.

Those that will be joining us for dinner are:  1) William from Whittier.  2) Alberto in Baldwin Park.  3) Timothy in Los Angeles.  4) Lori in Los Angeles.  5) Rachelle from Sylmar.  6) Teri from Long Beach.  7) Eric from Covina.  8) Keith from Simi Valley.  9) Jim from Ft. Collins.  10) Velma from Los Angeles.  11)  Robert in Corona.