STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — Three-and-a-half years after a 7.0-magnitude quake hit Haiti, it has been a long road to recovery. But one local group, Smile 4 Haiti, is working to make a difference in people’s lives.

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The non-profit organization was started by Marvin Bien-Aime to assist children with limited financial means, resources, and support.

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“The reason why I started it is because I wanted to help bring back smiles to the faces of those children in Haiti. There are still kids out there that are in need. They don’t have food. They don’t have water. And they just don’t have the basic needs to live in harmony,” Bien-Aime said on KCAL9 News on Sunday morning.

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