Eureka! tents has launched its Eureka! Sheltering Haiti 2010 campaign on Facebook.
Participation in the program takes less than a minute and makes an immediate impact in the lives of Haitis children. Eureka! tent donations are based on two levels of fan involvement:
- For every 20 new fans that join the Eureka! page, one tent will be donated to the OASIS camp in Haiti.
- For every five pictures or videos posted to the Eureka! Facebook page, one tent will be donated to the OASIS camp. Videos and pictures should detail an enjoyable, exciting or memorable Eureka! camping experience or demonstrate how to set up any Eureka! model tent.
All Facebook fans are eligible to receive a Eureka! Sheltering Haiti 2010 bandana while supplies last.
“We are very excited about expanding our involvement in relief efforts for Haiti. Relief workers tell us that Eureka! tents are a favorite among the Haitian community, and we are pleased to be working with the OASIS Institute to expand the number of tents on the ground, said Bill Kelly, group vice president of Johnson Outdoors and general manager of Johnson Outdoors Gear LLC which makes and markets Eureka brand products. Currently there are nearly 650 orphan children in Haiti who will benefit from the OASIS camp. We urge all of our consumers and their friends to visit our Eureka! Facebook page, become a fan, and make a difference.
About the OASIS Institute
Since the devastating earthquake in Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010, the children of Port-au-Prince and outlying areas are at great risk. Some experts estimate up to 100,000 children were left orphaned. To face the nation’s new and ongoing challenges, a group of concerned community leaders and Haitian professionals have launched the Oasis Institute initiative. The OASIS Institute proposes to house, educate and care for hundreds of orphans through a new, holistic Haiti-based approach to adoption.