SPONSOR A CHILD

Sponsor a child and provide them with the essentials they need to survive.

EMPOWER A FAMILY

Chances for Children provides financial aid, management support and volunteers to Haiti.

SUPPORT A COMMUNITY

Your donations help us provide the people of Haiti with shelter, feeding programs, and more.

Welcome To Chances For Children

Keeping Families Together

Our Vision

Chances for Children provides HOPE to Haiti’s children by developing leaders and empowering church communities.

Programs

Chances for Children works through the local church to uplift the children of Haiti with a variety of programs.

How You Can Help

There are many ways your donations can be used in Haiti. There are also many other ways to support the people of Haiti.

What We Do

Our Mission is accomplished in a variety of ways.

Adoption/Orphan Care

Thanks to many partners who sponsor the children at the créche receive outstanding care.

Feeding Programs

Through our partner, Feed My Starving Children we are able to feed impoverished communities.

Community Development

Our goal is to bring each of our church communities out of Survival mode and into Stabilty mode.

Medical Care

The Pediatric Medical Clinic sees approximately 190 children per month.

Empowering Women

Designed to keep families together, through our programs Ila Joi and Zel.

Mission Teams

Do you have a passion for wanting to serve others?  If so, Chances for Children needs you!

Jobs Created

Pediatric Visits

Meals Served

Children Placed

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See your donations changing lives

Former Major League BBall Player and current ESPN Commentator, Aaron Boone, will be the Emcee for Night of Hope on Nov 11th. Additionally, Aaron and his wife Laura, are also Presenting Sponsors of the event. Two pretty amazing individuals who also serve on the C4C Board. Hope you will be joining us to support God's work in Haiti. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Pediatric Medical Clinic cares for around 2,000 patients in and around the Kenscoff community. Each month, we add about 100 new children to that list. As our patient population grows, so does the clinics expenses. Although we charge small fees for the clinics services, it is not enough to turn around and cover all of the following months costs.

It costs between $1,800 and $2,000 to restock our lab and pharmacy every month.

That is just one of the many, many expenses we depend on your donation for!

Whether big or small, medical care IS A NECESSITY. Most of our patients parents do not have access to the kinds of information that most first worlders do. You most likely have a medicine cabinet of some sort for when your child spikes a fever, where you can quickly grab some Tylenol, read the box and understand what it's for and how often it's supposed to be given. Here in Haiti, our patients parents rely on us to read them the instructions and explain to them why the medication is being given to their child. They rely on us for even a simple fix fever. A fever, that if not treated, could spiral out of hand and cause seizures and potential brain damage.

THIS is WHY we do what we do!

Join us in this journey of improving access to health care for our patients.

www.chances4children.org/donate/

THANK YOU!
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Love it when the Bible School teachers get to see the children they sponsor! If you would like to visit your sponsor child - email me at susie@chances4children.org we can make this happen! ... See MoreSee Less

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Delivered 10-much needed water filter buckets to Latapi. The big system is down due to severe flooding in the area and they had no access to clean water. The video is of the 'road' to Latapi. It is normally dry but had several water crossings today due to flooding. Thank goodness for the Toyota LandRover. No way we would have made it in any other vehicle. Please pray for the people there as many people along the way were flooded out. So far Latapi has been sparred. ... See MoreSee Less

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Please help us pray for safety while Hurricane Maria heads towards the island. Like hurricane Irma, the hurricane is headed towards the north side of the island. We have many feeding programs towards the north. These programs have little, homes are made of mud and roofs are made of trees and leaves. We are praying for these areas and all the other islands that are in the hurricane's path. ... See MoreSee Less

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Elimene, Zel Haiti manager, is a mother of five children. Like many other Chances for Children employees, Elimene depends on tap-tap rides to get to work. Currently, there is a transportation strike to protest impending Presidential budget going into effect October 1st. In addition to no tap-taps, busses, and taxis running today, there are protests. Please pray for the safety of our employees and also for unity and political resolution in Haiti. <3 ... See MoreSee Less

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It's not everyday you get an invitation like this in your inbox. Grateful that our Director, Bishop Maxime lives in New York and will have the opportunity to meet The President of Haiti. ... See MoreSee Less

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SHARING OUR GIFTS IS A POWERFUL WAY TO GIVE BACK

Your support of Night of Hope will help us eliminate the orphan epidemic in Haiti.

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