Our vision for Haiti:
Thriving communities; and
The resources to make it so.
students attend Hope for Haiti supported schools every school day
medical consultations conducted each year
gallons of clean water provided to families each year
Celebration Event (Naples, FL)Get Involved
Save the date for our annual Celebration Event held at the Ritz Carlton Golf Resort in Naples, FL! More details coming soon.
Harvesting Hope Celebration Event (Stamford, CT)Get Involved
Save the date for our annual Harvesting Hope Celebration Event in Stamford, CT on October 17, 2019. To purchase tickets, please click here. To view sponsorship opportunities, please click here.
Hope for Haiti holds pub crawl in Naples
ABC-7, August 9, 2019 Hope for Haiti’s 9th Annual Pub Crawl was featured on ABC-7. Read the article and watch the video coverage at the link here.Read More
Three Things We’ve Learned by Helping Thousands of Families Access Clean Drinking Water in Haiti
Through our blog, we’re bringing you stories from the field that amplify the voices of our Haitian staff members and highlight the work they’re able accomplish on the ground with your support. Below are the reflections of Stanley Liste, our Infrastructure Program Coordinator. Dear Friends of Hope for Haiti: Through Hope for Haiti’s Infrastructure Program, I distribute Sawyer Water Water […]Read More
Two Members of Hope for Haiti’s Education Team Share Five Things They’ve Learned About Teacher Training in Haiti.
At Hope for Haiti, we know that there is an inextricable link between the quality of teachers in Haiti and student achievement. As we completed our last teacher training of the school year, we asked our two core education team members to reflect on what they learned about effective teacher training in Haiti. Dear Friends […]Read More
Hope for Haiti Founder JoAnne Kuehner featured in eBella Magazine
Hope for Haiti’s founder JoAnne Kuehner was featured in eBella Magazine’s April 2019 issue. In the article, JoAnne speaks on her experiences in Haiti over the past thirty years. To read the entire article, please click here.Read More
Six Questions for Roxane Gay on the International Day of Families
The International Day of Families provides an opportunity to promote awareness of issues relating to families and to increase knowledge of the social, economic and demographic processes affecting them. It has inspired a series of awareness-raising events, including national family days. In many countries, this day is an opportunity to highlight different areas of interest […]Read More
Haiti Tech Summit Announces Hope for Haiti as a 2019 Sponsor
Haiti Tech Summit Announces Hope for Haiti As A 2019 Sponsor [Port Au Prince, Haiti- April 15, 2019] Haiti Tech Summit is pleased to announce its partnership with Hope for Haiti. There are 15+ industries represented each year at Haiti Tech Summit and institutions supporting work in education and health are always welcomed. As one of the most trusted organizations […]Read More
Trust, Transparency, and Accountability in Haiti
Dear Hope for Haiti Family, We believe that strong systems for transparency and accountability for all mission based organizations working in Haiti are two of the most important requirements for achieving programmatic goals. As Hope for Haiti celebrates 30 years of making an impact, we are proud of our organization’s track record of maintaining a strong […]Read More
Hope for Haiti Appoints New Member to its Board of Directors
Naples, Florida, March 21, 2019- Hope for Haiti announced today that its Board of Directors has unanimously elected Dr. Philip T. Regala as a new member of the Board, effective March 7, 2019. Dr. Regala is an orthopedic surgeon who has been practicing in Naples since 1997. He specializes in general orthopedics with an interest […]Read More
Heroes of Hope: Celebrating International Women’s Day
At Hope for Haiti, we believe healthcare is a human right. In celebration of International Women’s Day, we are proud to highlight the work of two of our Public Health Nurses, Miss Claudine and Miss Evanie. The video above from A Plus Media reiterates how important access to healthcare is for Haiti’s most vulnerable, especially women and […]Read More
In Solidarity With The Haitian People
Dear Hope for Haiti Family, Since February 7th, nationwide protests in Haïti against government corruption and the rising cost of living have brought nearly all normal activity in the country to a hault. Schools have been closed, hospitals and healthcare clinics have been shut down or operating at minimum capacity, and basic human needs such […]Read More