Wednesday's aftershock in Haiti signified that relief efforts are far from over. That's why one church in Greenville held a rally to continue to raise money for the disaster stricken nation.
Started by songs of prayer, Pastor's from several area churches along with nearly one hundred people came together at the Victory Christian Assembly in Greenville to raise money for the people of Haiti.
On hand was 90 year-old Eleanor Workman.
Workman spent 37 years working as a missionary in Haiti and opened up a school with 500 students.
Workman says, despite damage to the school, none of the students were injured.
She describes another problem the children along with thousands of other Haitians face.
The rally was expected to raise over one thousand dollars.
Reverend Thomas and the Victory Christian Assembly will keep his door open to donations.
Victory Christian Assembly
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