In 2010 the Haiti earthquake left the country in shambles and many kids orphaned. One father went to help, and after many trips over, has made a big impact on the lives of two little children.
Three years ago Britt Simms made his first visit to Haiti.
"I didn’t go there thinking about adoption, I went there with a group of friends just to be of any help that I could be,” Simms said.
They've been in an orphanage ever since.
They also have two boys of their own and, as timing would have it, another baby on the way.
"The one on the way was a surprise," said Simms. "That wasn’t part of the plan."
The Simms' church, Christ Fellowship United Methodist, donated all their Easter collections to the orphanage that is taking care of Moise and Esther. The amount came out to more than $7,500. It will be used to feed the kids of the Haitian orphanage through the summer.