ABOUT THE CARING HOUSE PROJECT

Frank McKinney's Caring House Project Foundation will be one of the three beneficiaries of Running Hope Through America.

In 1998, Real Estate investor and 5-time international bestselling author Frank McKinney, with his wife Nilsa founded the Caring House Project Foundation. The foundation's primary objective is to provide housing, food, water, medical support and opportunity for the desperately homeless around the world.

CHPF has a long association with Haiti, having built orphanages and self-sustaining villages for many years. Unfortunately, many of these were destroyed during the earthquake. Mr. McKinney marshalled a volunteer search and rescue team immediately after the disaster. While they initially planned to check on the Foundation's buildings and occupants, his team wound up taking on search and rescue wherever needed. CHPF will continue their work in Haiti for years to come.

QUICK FACTS ABOUT THE CARING HOUSE PROJECT:

    Since 2003 CHPF has invested nearly $3 million into creating orphanages and self-sufficient villages in Haiti.

    By the end of 2010, CHPF will have built fourteen villages in the Haitian cities of Port au Prince,Gonaives, Testasse, Ft. San Michael, Los Cacaos, Cap Haitian, Paroty, Terre Rouge, Fond Rouge Torbek, Chameua, Mannual and Mahotiere/Rampa, all at no cost to the beneficiaries

    OFA is the only national organization specifically focusing on support, education, and workforce development for youth aging out of the foster care system.

For more information on the Caring House Project Foundation, visit www.caringhouseprojectfoundation.com