January 12, 2010 – Port au Prince, Haiti was rocked by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake. Just 36 hours after the quake, food, water, and medical supplies were on the way from Agape’s hangar in Venice, Florida to the people in Haiti.
In the first 90 days following the earthquake, the extreme generosity of donors, volunteers, and pilots made it possible to:
Fly 150 mission relief flights to Haiti
Deliver over 500,000 pounds of donated emergency and medical supplies
Transport medical teams
Evacuate Haitian children to the adoptive parents waiting in the U.S.