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On That Day, Everybody Ate

Please support the What If? Foundation’s work by inviting others to read On That Day, Everybody Ate, a beautiful book written by What If? Foundation founder, Margaret Trost.  All Margaret’s profits go to What If and with each new reader, the word about the What If? Foundation spreads.

This small, polished gem of a book is one compelling answer to many questions about how to inject meaning in our lives….“  –from the foreword by Dr. Paul Farmer, Partners In Health

In On That Day, Everybody Ate, Margaret writes about her experiences in Haiti, the birth of the food program that now serves meals to thousands of hungry children in Port-au-Prince each week, and the extraordinary journey that led her and the What If? Foundation to where they are today.

“Since my first visit to Port-au-Prince in 2000, I felt moved to write about my experience as a way to raise awareness about Haiti.  I’m so grateful for the wonderful response this book has received.  My Haitian friends and colleagues have taught me so much about faith, courage, and love, and this book shares their wisdom and inspiration as well as the remarkable story of the special partnership between members of the Ti Plas Kazo community and the What If? Foundation.”      — Margaret Trost

On That Day, Everybody Ate: One Woman’s Story of Hope and Possibility in Haiti, is available at bookstores throughout the country and online.To learn more, visit the book’s website: www.onthatdayeverybodyate.org.  To read reviews and order a copy on Amazon.com, click here.

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Radio interviews about the What If? Foundation and Margaret’s book:

Doug Doyle, WBGO Journal

Dave Iverson.  Forum, KQED Northern California Public Radio

Jean Feraca.  Here on Earth: Radio Without Borders, Wisconsin Public Radio

Reviews of On That Day, Everybody Ate:

Margaret Trost shares an unflinching, compassionate account of her work in Haiti. The beauty and resilience of Haiti’s people shine against the landscape of poverty, hunger, and political instability they face daily. Her journey demonstrates the power of hope, faith, and determination.”
— Rev. Cecil Williams, Glide Memorial Church, San Francisco

This is an important book about the fight for the right to food.” —Loune Viaud, Partners in Health, Haiti, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award Recipient

A book of powerful testimony.” — Walter Brueggemann, author Prayers for a Privileged People