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SelfRandy Porter, the creator of the FarmDaddy Self-Watering Garden Container – a revolutionary new gardening product – has joined forces with Joe Hurston of Air Mobile Ministries of Merritt Island, FL – providing impoverished communities in Haiti the ability to self-provide basic food and water needs. Self-sufficiency is a key to survival in any economic situation, something that Mr. Porter and Mr. Hurston strive to help the people of Haiti master.
Several flights of baby food, diapers, formula, baby clothes, medical supplies, the Air Mobile Rescuer Water Purification System and now the FarmDaddy Gardening System are taken to Haiti on a regular basis. In fact, Air Mobile Ministries have flown to over 40 countries transporting goods to those in need. But the real story behind every flight is the people whose lives are uplifted and changed. Clean water, food, medicines and baby care items are the most in demand for many communities. It’s been 6 years since the earthquakes hit Haiti in 2010 and still there are vast amounts of people without the basic necessities of life.
“The idea that food comes from a supermarket or a store is a new idea. People used to take care of themselves, they lived off the land. Food was in the backyard not on an aisle. We need to help people return to their roots, so to speak”, stated Randy Porter in a recent interview. With A FarmDaddy Self-Watering Garden Container and a Rescuer, we can sustain life. We can provide basic sustenance to those that so desperately need it. After we’re gone, with basic instruction, this continuing supply of food and clean water can make a real difference in people’s lives.
Air Mobile Ministries and FarmDaddy are seriously committed towards helping communities become self-sufficient; bringing supplies to people in need. We invite you to get involved in helping with the relief of those in need.
Article posted by Kaitlyn Murray
This past October, I had the privilege of working with Rick Stanley and his students at United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) of Central Florida. The kids worked diligently setting up and planting 18 FarmDaddy garden containers at their Curry Ford Campus.
It was quite impressive to see how well the the students worked together to complete their goal. The smiles on their faces were priceless. They did an AWESOME job and we are very proud of them! The students plan to sell the food they grow to raise money for an upcoming school dance.
The highlight of my day was when one little girl looked up at me from her wheelchair and said, "This is the best day of my life!" to which I replied, "Mine too."