Project Medishare | Radio host volunteers time to Project Medishare’s Hospital in Port-au-Prince
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Radio host volunteers time to Project Medishare’s Hospital in Port-au-Prince

  |   Earthquake Response, Fundraisers, Uncategorized

Donna Joyner dances with one of the children in the Project K.I.D. Network play area. Donna and her husband Tom Joyner, of the Tom Joyner Morning Show, volunteered their time at the Project Medishare Hospital in Port-au-Prince. Photo by Jennifer Browning.

By Jennifer Browning

This week Tom Joyner from the Tom Joyner Morning Show arrived with his wife, Donna, and several  colleagues, including his co-host Sybil Wilkes, to volunteer at the Project Medishare Hospital in Haiti.

American radio host, Tom Joyner, of the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show sorts through medical supplies in the Project Medishare supply tent next to the hospital in Port-au-Prince. Tom along with his wife Donna and 11 others in their group, including Tom's co-host Sybil Wilkes, spent three days in Port-au-Prince volunteering at the Project Medishare Hospital in Haiti. Photo by jennifer Browning.

Instead of spending their entire Spring vacation in the Dominican Republic, the group decided to stop off for three days in Port-au-Prince to further understand the situation two months after the earthquake.

Upon arriving, the group toured the hospital  and eventually the city to survey the damage the January 12 earthquake left behind.

The next two days the Joyner party volunteered at the Project Medishare hospital. In the beginning, the group split up. Some chose to assist with organize the supply tent and while others worked with Project Medishare’s logistical team at the command center.

Thank  you all for taking time our on your vacation to volunteer with Project Medishare in our mission to help Haiti through this trying time!