FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- The chiropractic business The Joint is joining with Fairfield Public Schools students to help raise funds for a project in Haiti.
The group is working with Ludlowe, Warde and The Prep to raise funds for Project 900, an organization of young adults who are helping build 900 latrines in the Haitian village of Tillory, according to a release.
"Families there deserve dignified, sanitary conditions to curb child death and disease," representatives said. "Currently, only one in 10 of these 1,000 families have latrines."
Residents can stop by The Joint and purchase a voucher for a consultation and adjustment at the special rate of $19 and The Joint will donate $10 of the $19 to Project 900. Contributions will be accepted through Saturday, Dec. 21.
"These young adults of Fairfield have a true passion to make a difference and we are proud to support their efforts to pay it forward," said Larry Coco, owner of The Joint.