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


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


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

We have food, but kids are starving.

Due to the political unrest in Haiti we can't deliver the food to our villages - we need to use helicopters to airdrop food and then donkeys and motorcycles to deliver it. With your help we can continue to feed 5000 children in Haiti.


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.


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

We could not have asked for a better Night of Hope! Thanks to all of your support, both prayerfully and financially, we raised above and beyond our goal of $900K! We cannot thank you all enough for attending, supporting, and praying for this event.

We are grateful for these resources to continue providing for children and families across Haiti, especially during this extremely challenging year. Haitians are in deep need during this time of crisis and we are humbled by God’s provisions over our organization and the thousands of people we reach across Haiti. 🙏🏼

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5 days ago

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Last night was an incredibly special night for us. Many of our adoptive families and C4C staff gathered together in celebration of all that has been done through our organization. Pictured are many of the children who have been adopted from our crèche in Kenscoff, Haiti along with our Crèche Director, Nathan and our C4C President, Kathi.

Chances for Children began with one family, 3 adopted kids, and one vision, and we are humbled by how far we have come. We praise God for all of His many blessings and for these families that have been united together.

We look forward to a great Night of Hope tonight to help support families and children across Haiti through our many programs.

#gratitude #adoption #celebration #c4cfamily #NightOfHope #chancesforchildren #humbled #somuchlove
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Raise your hand if you can hardly believe it's November already?? Well these 4 kids are celebrating their birthdays this month so we wanted to give them a big 'Happy Birthday' shoutout! Mr. E (far left) will be 13, the W twins (in the front) will be 6 and Ms. E will be 9!

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Phoenix friends we need your help! We are looking for a few more drivers to help transport our adoptive families and Haiti staff around this weekend for Night of Hope activities. If you are available and willing to help drive please email Brie@chances4children.org. Thank you in advance! ... See MoreSee Less

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Many schools across Haiti have now been closed for 2 months, risking hundreds of thousands of children to lose the school year. Vehicles cannot operate due to lack of fuel and barricades being put up all over the country. It is more difficult for people to make it to work due to the blocked roads, we have had to close our medical clinic a few times over the last couple months because our doctors and nurses were not able get to work. The most vulnerable remain isolated and it is close to impossible in some areas for the sick to reach a hospital. The hospitals operating are severely impacted with patients and needs. It is extremely challenging to reach remote areas with food and other aid. Inflation continues to skyrocket and gangs have a wider presence in urban areas. More than half of the population earns less than $2.40 per day.

“We open our ears to listen to the cry and give it voice so that the wall of indifference surrounding this country can fall.”

The crisis in Haiti becomes more overwhelming each day, but we know that we can still help one child, one family, one artisan, one employee, one church, one community at a time. Even if we are only helping 1 life it is worth all of our efforts. Every single person here is deeply valued and loved.

How can you help during this challenging season? Join us on Saturday for Night of Hope or click the link below to support one of our programs to help bring restoration to the people of Haiti. 🇭🇹🙏🏿


#NightofHope #Nov9 #supportHaitianfamilies #everylifematters #endworldhunger #endworldpoverty #savinglives #bringinglife #Godisgreater #thanallchallenges #trustthejourney #kenbelafwa #keepthefaith #prayforHaiti
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It's Valentine! She is modeling one of the yoga bags from the Epic Bloom Collection from Zel Haiti yoga bag collection! They are currently out of the teal color but have no fear because black, yellow and royal blue are available! Check out: www.zelhaiti.com/shop-1

👐🏼💛 #fairtradeyogabags #getactive #yogainfluencer #yogateacher #yogainspiration #haitiartisans #familypreservation #fairwages #fashionrev
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At 11:11am people all around Haiti united in prayer yesterday- praying for an end to the political unrest. Also, our staff had already set aside 11.1.19 to pray for our annual fundraiser, Night of Hope. Things are hard for all organizations in Haiti and Chances for Children is no exception. Your support of Night of Hope on Nov. 9th is key to helping us continue to feed, teach, clothe and care for children in Haiti and provide jobs to parents.
There are still 25 tickets left please join us to uplift Haiti.
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Happy November from the kiddos at the crèche! This week they have been out of school on "fall break" so we've been learning about how leaves change colors in other parts of the world (even if they don't here!). These kids love any chance they can get to be creative and loved the art project that came along with the lesson!

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2 weeks ago

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Please join us and many others tomorrow morning to pray for Haiti!

“For the eyes of the Lord are on the righteous and his ears are attentive to their prayer, but the face of the Lord is against those who do evil.” - 1 Peter 3:12
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Across Haiti, only half the adult population is literate. And still, only about 50% of children in Haiti have the opportunity to attend school. This percentage is dropping recently due to the inability for families to pay for their children’s’ education because of the high inflation rate and less work available in all areas.

Many schools across Haiti have been closed the past 7 weeks due to the heavy protests and threats from the opposition party in the more urban areas. Thankfully, our 5 village schools have remained open during these weeks of manifestations, allowing children from the villages we work in to continue learning and pursing better futures for them and their families. Pictured are students in our Hatte Chevreau school located inside of our church located in the northern region of Haiti. The kids are grateful to go to school every day and are passionate to learn more.

For $150, you can send a child to school for a year, which provides for their books and uniforms, their teachers’ salaries, and all of their classes. You can reach out to Camille at admin@chances4children.org to learn more about our education program and opportunities to help support these students. We believe that education is one of the most important programs to provide hope and a better-functioning Haïti for the next generation. 🇭🇹

#educationispower #villageschools #HatteChevreau #Latapi #Desdunes #Carporal #Bellanse #sponsorastudent #supporttheirfuture #hopeforHaiti #thefutureisbright #fightingpoverty #througheducation #C4C
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Your support of Night of Hope will help us eliminate the orphan epidemic in Haiti.