Kids Of This Haitian-Born Actress Sell Lemonade To Help Haiti

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Haitian-born actress Garcelle Beauvais’ kids Jaid and Jax sold lemonade to help Haiti’s Hurricane Matthew relief efforts. (Twitter image)

By NAN ET Editor

News Americas, LOS ANGELES, CA, Mon. Oct.  10, 2016: Two of Haitian-Born Actress Garcelle Beauvais’ sons are among those also pitching in to help raise money for those affected by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti.

The actress on Saturday Tweeted a picture of a lemonade stand set up by two of her 9-year-old twin sons – Jaid and Jax – to fund raise for the victims of the deadly hurricane that slammed into Haiti on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016 and has been blamed for killing almost 900 people in the Caribbean island alone.

“The boys raised $836 dollars for #Haiti,” Beauvais tweeted with a picture of her sons holding a sign that said ‘Lemonade for Haiti.” The ‘Hurricane Matthew Relief Lemonade Stands for Haiti’ was open on Saturday, October 8, 2016 between noon and 3 p.m. in the valley in Sherman Oaks, LA and prices were $1 per glass.

“#PrayForHaiti,” the actress added while adding: “I’m a proud mama  … ROCK ON Jaid & Jax!”

Beauvais, 49, was born in Saint-Marc, Haiti to Marie-Claire Beauvais, a nurse, and Axel Jean Pierre, a lawyer. She  is the mother of three sons. USA, LLC