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The Jack Brewer Foundation’s visit to Project Medishare’s Women’s Health Center

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On May 6-11th 2015, The Jack Brewer Foundation Worldwide (JBF Worldwide) visited Project Medishare programs as part of their 6th annual trip to Haiti. The purpose of the visit was to raise awareness and support for philanthropic efforts in the country, including Project Medishare’s programs at Hospital Bernard Mevs and the Women’s Cancer Program in Port-au-Prince. “I feel like the trip was more for me than them,” NFL football player Sergio Brown said. “I’ve been to Haiti before and I’ve seen all parts of Haiti, but I hadn’t been to the hospitals and I hadn’t been with the children.”

The 2015 delegation of Global Ambassadors traveling to Haiti included Andre Berto, Clinton Portis, Takeo Spikes, Tommie Harris, Sergio Brown, Lee Evans, Carlos Emmons, Ramses Barden, and Brian Williams. Wilhelmina International, Inc. models accompanied the group as well as representatives from the Miami Beach-based charity event, Model Beach Volleyball Tournament.


JBF Worldwide has partnered with Project Medishare since October 2013, when they announced a commitment to donate over $1 million of medical supplies to Project Medishare and Hospital Bernard Mevs. JBF Worldwide has been supporting philanthropic and humanitarian activities in the country since 2010 through the “One Team 4 Haiti” campaign to raise relief money to provide three stages of aid to Haiti. These include, immediate and mid term needs for food, water and medical attention and shelter and long term rebuilding and recovery.

Thank you to The Jack Brewer Foundation Worldwide for your continued support and dedication to Project Medishare for Haiti.