Funds are being raised for a well in the Pignon community in Haiti. Water from the well will serve multiple purposes. Pignon is a community of about 30,000 people, located in the Central Plateau of Haiti. Renowned for the beauty of its hillsides, it is yet in one of the poorest regions of Haiti. Agriculture is the main activity in the area. Families traditionally survive and earn income by traveling to their nearby fields, where they grow their own food as well as sugar cane for selling. The farm where the well will be located will grow food and house poultry. In addition, 105 families will have a water source closer to their homes. Currently they have to walk two or three hours to get water for cooking and bathing. Associated Organization: Fuller Center.