Our Mission

We work to improve the quality of life for the Haitian people, particularly children.

Approach

Impact

Working for over 25 years to
Connect, Heal, Empower

#hurricanematthew left a path of destruction in #haiti last month and there is still so much to do. but alongside our partners @teamrubiconuk @convoyofhope @allhandsvolunteers and supporters like you, we've been able to complete with 7 days of helicopter drops in 10 isolated communities with over 95,000 pounds of food, medicine, medical supplies and relief materials. #thankyou #mesianpil #hopeforhaiti #donorlove #givenow #cybermonday

#Hurricanematthew left a path of destruction in #Haiti last month and there is still so much to do. But alongside our partners @teamrubiconuk @convoyofhope @allhandsvolunteers and supporters like you, we’ve been able to complete with 7 days of helicopter drops in 10 isolated communities with over 95,000 pounds of food, medicine, medical supplies and relief materials. #thankyou #mesianpil #hopeforhaiti #donorlove #givenow #cybermonday

#Hurricanematthew left a path of destruction in #Haiti last month and there is still so much to do. But alongside our partners @teamrubiconuk @convoyofhope @allhandsvolunteers and supporters like you, we've been able to complete with 7 days of helicopter drops in 10 isolated communities with over 95,000 pounds of food, medicine, medical supplies and relief materials. #thankyou #mesianpil #hopeforhaiti #donorlove #givenow #cybermonday
November 28, 2016/by Hope for Haiti
Naples spotlight

Naples Spotlight- Bringing help and hope in disaster’s wake

Progress is measured by the inch with tasks as immense as Haiti’s…
November 16, 2016/by Dani Bryant
Bulletin 225

The Bulletin 225- Dance For Haiti workshop to benefit hurricane victims

Dance teachers and choreographers Jared Rivers and Nikki Gyftopoulos…
November 15, 2016/by Dani Bryant
Today we celebrate #veteransday in honor all of those who served and are currently serving. we have so many wonderful veterans in our world, like george here, a retired military pilot who flew down to #haiti this past month to support our programs. thank you for your service! 🇭🇹🇺🇸

Today we celebrate #veteransday in honor all of those who served and are currently serving. We have so many wonderful veterans in our world, like George here, a retired military pilot who flew down to #Haiti this past month to support our programs. Thank you for your service! 🇭🇹🇺🇸

Today we celebrate #veteransday in honor all of those who served and are currently serving. We have so many wonderful veterans in our world, like George here, a retired military pilot who flew down to #Haiti this past month to support our programs. Thank you for your service! 🇭🇹🇺🇸
November 11, 2016/by Hope for Haiti
A month after #hurricanematthew there are still communities in haiti in need of food, water, medication and shelter. because of your support, we mobilized helicopter drops of over 32,000 pounds of food products in coordination with @bellhelicopter @airlinkflight and @convoyofhope to reach four of our partner communities. #thankyou #mesianpil for your help 🇭🇹👍🏻 📷: mark stockeland/haiti bible mission

A month after #hurricanematthew there are still communities in Haiti in need of food, water, medication and shelter. Because of your support, we mobilized helicopter drops of over 32,000 pounds of food products in coordination with @bellhelicopter @airlinkflight and @convoyofhope to reach four of our partner communities. #ThankYou #MesiAnpil for your help 🇭🇹👍🏻 📷: Mark Stockeland/Haiti Bible Mission

A month after #hurricanematthew there are still communities in Haiti in need of food, water, medication and shelter. Because of your support, we mobilized helicopter drops of over 32,000 pounds of food products in coordination with @bellhelicopter @airlinkflight and @convoyofhope to reach four of our partner communities. #ThankYou #MesiAnpil for your help 🇭🇹👍🏻 📷: Mark Stockeland/Haiti Bible Mission
November 11, 2016/by Hope for Haiti
Awesome repost from @haiti communitere 9 tons of food aid (about 20,000 meals) being staged at hc. konbit line getting all people on base to help move this serious amount of weight. while #sustainable #agriculture is the only true way out of #foodinsecurities, this will feed many mouths that have had their local food source cut off by #hurricanematthew @hopeforhaitifl sourced and got it in country, @allhandsvolunteers organized pick up and delivery while @teamrubiconuk will distribute down the road. 3 awesome partners working in synergy to make a big impact. this is what happens when you create a space that facilitates networking and collaboration in a community setting.

Awesome Repost from @haiti_communitere – 9 tons of food aid (About 20,000 meals) being staged at HC. Konbit line getting all people on base to help move this serious amount of weight. While #sustainable #agriculture is the only true way out of #foodinsecurities, this will feed many mouths that have had their local food source cut off by #hurricanematthew @hopeforhaitifl sourced and got it in country, @allhandsvolunteers organized pick up and delivery while @teamrubiconuk will distribute down the road. 3 awesome partners working in synergy to make a big impact. This is what happens when you create a space that facilitates networking and collaboration in a community setting.

Awesome Repost from @haiti_communitere - 9 tons of food aid (About 20,000 meals) being staged at HC. Konbit line getting all people on base to help move this serious amount of weight. While #sustainable #agriculture is the only true way out of #foodinsecurities, this will feed many mouths that have had their local food source cut off by #hurricanematthew @hopeforhaitifl sourced and got it in country, @allhandsvolunteers organized pick up and delivery while @teamrubiconuk will distribute down the road. 3 awesome partners working in synergy to make a big impact. This is what happens when you create a space that facilitates networking and collaboration in a community setting.
November 4, 2016/by Hope for Haiti
For web page 1

October 2016- Hurricane Matthew: One Month Later

Click here to view E-gram
November 4, 2016/by Dani Bryant
#inthefield today with @hopeforhaitifl healthcare & water program manager alexon ... the team dropped off a large number of oral rehydration salts and other medications that were desperately needed by one of our partners in the wake of #hurricanematthew #haiti #healthcare #connect #heal #empower #teamhope #teamhaiti #donate

#InTheField today with @hopeforhaitifl Healthcare & Water Program Manager Alexon … The team dropped off a large number of oral rehydration salts and other medications that were desperately needed by one of our partners in the wake of #hurricanematthew #haiti #healthcare #connect #heal #empower #teamHOPE #teamhaiti #donate

#InTheField today with @hopeforhaitifl Healthcare & Water Program Manager Alexon ... The team dropped off a large number of oral rehydration salts and other medications that were desperately needed by one of our partners in the wake of #hurricanematthew #haiti #healthcare #connect #heal #empower #teamHOPE #teamhaiti #donate
November 3, 2016/by Hope for Haiti

We firmly believe that
lasting change requires long-term
vision and commitment. That’s
why we are in it for
the long haul.

- Society Members
The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation