We are dedicated to providing funds and support for projects to feed, clothe, and educate destitute Haitian children. H.E.S.P. was established in 1981 and has not missed a year of supporting destitute children in Haiti since conception.
What We're Striving Towards
Serve as a conduit to build homes for poor families (like Habitat forHumanity)
Increase sponsorships to support 100 kids.
Seek to obtain corporate sponsorships from churches, businesses, & organizations
A Little History
Since 1981 ongoing sponsorship of food, clothing, and education. YTD we sponsor 85 children in need.
2010 | Traveled & supported over 6,000 children & adults after earthquake
2014 | Provided funds to build and furnish a new school cafeteria. Partnered with Lion’s Club International for vision clinic in Pilate, Haiti and 1250 people were given new glasses. Served as conduit to build a new house for needy family in Plaisance, Haiti
2015 | Partnered with Lion’s Club International for vision clinic in Plaisance, Haiti and 1550 people were given new glasses. Served as conduit to build a new house for needy family in Plaisance, Haiti Partnered with Lion’s Club International for vision clinic in Plaisance, Haiti and 1550 people were given new glasses. Served as conduit to build a new house for needy family in Plaisance, Haiti
2016 | Funded a water generator to produce cleaning drinking water for the community of Pilate, Haiti. Raised over $20,500.
2018 | Partnered with Lions Club International to examine and fit 762 people with glasses. Ages ranged from young children to 102 years old. Location: Cap-Haitien, Haiti.
2018 | Held outreach at Bethany School in Cap-Haitien, Haiti. Over 100 dresses, medicine, toothbrushes, toys, and school supplies were distributed to students and teachers.
TBD | Efforts to help fund and support “Toilets for Tots” for Bethany School in Cap-Haitien, Haiti. This will enable children and teaching staff to have a sanitary and healthy environment to use the restroom along with updated plumbing to properly flush waste.
Just the Facts
Why We Exist
Half of the children under 5 are malnourished.
80 out of 1,000 Haitian children never see their first birthday.
50% of primary school age are not enrolled in school.
One-third of girls over six never go to school.
Approximately 30% of children attending primary school will not make it to third grade; 60% will abandon school before sixth grade.
Less than 20% of schools have electricity; 39% have portable water; 15% have a library.
37.9% of the population is unable to read or write.
We Can't Do This Without You.
LEAVE YOUR PRINT BY MAKING A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF HAITIAN CHILDREN