Haiti Foundation of Hope supports a number of ongoing projects in rural northern Haiti. Our work assists people in areas of health, education and economic development. We also partner with the local church as it encourages individuals and communities.
What we do:
- Support a permanent medical clinic
- Assist with a community health program
- Fund primary school education, including lunches, uniforms and books
- Supplement salaries for primary and secondary school teachers and staff
- Subsidize secondary school education, including lunches and books
- Support a three-year women’s trade school
- Facilitate yearly one-day medical conference.
- Encourage job opportunities leading to self-sufficiency
- Encourage the local church in its ministry to the area
Responding to Needs
Haiti Foundation of Hope has partners and programs in place that make it possible for us to respond when needs arise.
During the hurricane season of 2008, parts of northern Haiti were devastated by flooding and mudslides. We helped by sending medical teams, providing food and assisting with the construction of several new homes.
In January 2010, Haiti was hit by a 7.0-magnitude earthquake. More than 200,000 people were killed and even more were injured. Many of the survivors were left without homes. Within days of the quake, two of our board members were in Haiti, working at a hospital in Port-au-Prince. In the following weeks and months, we distributed food and sent medical teams to assist those in need.
Haiti Foundation of Hope is thankful for the generosity of donors which allows us to respond and meet needs:
- Another Hurricane (September 2008)
- 7.0 Earthquake Hits Haiti (January 2010)
- Working Through Hurricane Tomas (November 2010)
- Cholera Epidemic (update in March 2011)
- Tropical Storm Isaac (August 2012)
- Hurricane Matthew (October 2016)
- Hurricane Irma (September 2017)
- Earthquake Hits Northwest Haiti (October 2018)