TULSA, Oklahoma -- Many of Haitian's orphans have been homeless since the earthquake hit the impoverished nation back in January.
Now, a Green Country church is raising money to build pre-fabricated homes that could improve the lives of many in Haiti.
For a little more than $2,000 18 kids could have place to sleep at night.
"They're a prefab home. They come out of Florida and we ship them down there and then we assemble them there," said Victory Christian Church Pastor Rod Baker.
It takes about a day to put each home together.
Pastor Rod Baker says his church hopes to raise enough money to build 500 buildings. Volunteers will travel to Haiti sometime before Christmas to help with the assembly.
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