HELP ERADICATE POVERTY

6 million Haitians live below the poverty line.
Help eradicate poverty, one child at a time.
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THERE ARE 3 WAYS TO SUPPORT HEART TO HEART

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Through education, children are able to direct their own lives, achieve autonomy and break the bondage of poverty.

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96% of your donations go straight to costs associated with caring for our children.

OUR 3 PILLARS

Education

  • Education to children in Grand Goave
  • Professional development for teachers through training program
  • Scholarship program
  • 1 Nutritious Meal (at school)
  • Public health services:
    water and sanitation

Children’s Home

  • Housing/dorm for school
  • 2 Nutritious Meals
  • Leadership development:
  • Encouraging personal responsibility while living in community
  • Life Skills: Washing, cooking.(Ensuring the children thrive outside of the compound once graduated.)
  • Health care (campus nurse)

Community Outreach

  • Food drives
  • Health care outreaches
  • Community building
Education

Access to education is one of the best ways to impact society and move people out of poverty.

Local children are able to attend our school for a small fee. They are provided with quality education, supported by the ‘Teacher development Institute’ and with a hot lunch every day.

We have also started a scholarship program for students graduating from high school to further their education. In order for students to qualify for the scholarship program, they need to submit an application.

Children's Home

The H2H children’s home is comprised of children from various locations in Haiti. Many of the children have a mom or dad, but due to extenuating circumstances they are either unable to provide for them, or there are no educational opportunities in the area that they are from.

At H2H these children are provided with a safe place to stay, education, nutritious meals, access to basic medical care.

Given that the children’s stay with us is temporary (as they move out once they have graduated), it is important for them to learn life skills necessary in Haiti. As a result, the children are taught personal & collective responsibility, and life skills such as washing clothes, cooking, etc.

Community

Looking after our neighbours in the community is very important to us. We recognize that the children go back out into the community and we want to ensure that we continue to support and encourage each other. As a result, we often do food hampers and provide mobile medical clinics when we have teams join us.