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14 hours ago

Chances for Children

Despite sending 59 employees home during this time of crisis, Chances for Children continues to pay every one of these staff members. This includes:

• 15 medical staff employees, a few of which are on call in case any of our crèche kids need to be seen
• 9 Zel seamstresses
• 2 cleaners
• 16 Ila Joi artisans
• 17 teachers and school directors

We are committed to supporting our employees, especially during this time of crisis. Haitians do not have resources such as unemployment to sustain them.

Our crèche administrators and nannies, pastors, feeding program cooks, guesthouse manager, drivers, and guards continue to work and follow the measures we have taken to keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible.

Check out today’s update:

www.chances4children.org/c4c-4-1-20/

#chancesforchildren #keepingfamiliestogether #jobprovision #C4Cteam #weloveouremployees #supportingthem #andtheirfamilies #inittogether
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During this season, we have learned the power of day to day gratitude. Today we are grateful for the health, safety, and provision over all of our crèche kids and staff. 🙏🏼💕
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What are you grateful for today?
We would love to hear from you!

#gratitude #OpenMindset #crèche #provision #powerinmindset #muchtobethankfulfor #chancesforchildren #changeyourmind #changeyourlife #perspective #c4c
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Bon lendi tout moun! Happy Monday everyone! Check out our crèche and country update today:

www.chances4children.org/c4c-3-30-20/

We will continue to share what is going on within our crèche, clinic, schools, feeding programs, sustainability, and women’s empowerment programs along with Haiti in general every MWF.

#stayupdated #chancesforchildren #keepingfamiliestogether #committed #inthistogether
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Would you like to stay updated on how the children and staff in Haiti are doing and read general country updates? Check out our main site for updates every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. We have posted a couple already this week:

www.chances4children.org

We continue to pray alongside you for safety, protection, health, and provision for everyone. Thank you for lifting up Haiti, our staff, and the children we serve in your prayers as well during this unprecedented time.

#crèche #chancesforchildren #Updates #dailylife #happenings #c4c #PrayForHaiti🇭🇹
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6 days ago

Chances for Children

For the time being, we are having our Ila Joi artisans stay home to keep them and their families healthy. Last week, they finished our most recent Feed My Starving Children order which included bracelets with beads made from paper and our manna pack boxes. Each box we receive provides 216 meals for hungry children across Haiti. Although FMSC is not able to sell jewelry at their packing sites currently, they can still be found online! Support our artisans and FMSC at the same time!

www.fmscmarketplace.org/collections/jewelry

#supportfairtrade #FMSC #fmscmarketplace #providingwork #jobcreation #artisans #bijou #beads #ilajoi #islandrejoicing
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7 days ago

Chances for Children

Today we wanted to recognize our amazing Crèche Director, Nathan. Nathan is a fearless leader, full of compassion, a hard worker, loves God, dedicates his life to his work and family, is a loving father and husband, we could go on! This man has stepped into a very difficult position as he has had to make decisions to better care for our crèche during this especially challenging season. He has purchased 5 months of crèche food and supplies to ensure that our kids our cared for and has created a detailed plan to keep our kids and staff as healthy as possible. He risks his safety every day by driving through Port-au-Prince to do the necessary work he needs to do. We are so thankful for him and his example to us all. Thank you for all you do Nathan!

#crèche #director #c4cteam #weloveourstaff #chancesforchildren #leadership #challengingtimes #digdeep #inittogether 🙏🏼
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1 week ago

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Bòn fèt S & J!! S turns 6 today and J turns 2! Both came to our crèche last year; we have love witnessing the growth in both of them - in their comfort at the crèche, their personality blooming, and their sweet hearts. S is a feisty one - she is a ball of energy and has a very strong, determined character. J is passive, yet intuitive. He has so much love and joy to share, the older kids love to help care for him. We adore these two! 💕

#crèche #birthdaytwins #chancesforchildren #brightfutures #littleloves @ Kenscoff
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“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” - John 16:33

May this truth bring you peace and comfort no matter where you are in the world and what circumstance you are in today. 🙏🏼

#bondimanch #HappySunday #bethechurch #Godhasovercome #peace #lapè #comfort #konfò
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We have some good news to share! A couple days ago, E had enough strength for the first time in a few weeks to walk! He has been eating a bit more each day and slowly gaining back some strength. He sure is a determined little guy, we thank Nurse MacKenzy and all of our crèche staff and kiddos for the ways they have loved and cared on this guy, especially during the most challenging month E has had. Thank you all for your prayers 🙏🏼 ... See MoreSee Less

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We are so deeply sorrowful to say that the corona virus has been confirmed in Haiti as of last night. People are frantically stocking up on gas and food today and airports are closed.

Schools have been cancelled, many of which were cancelled for months last fall because of the unrest. Haiti is not new to the reality of lock-down, but this virus has the potential to hit hard on a country that relies so much on relationships and community to survive. Many people have suppressed immune systems due to malnourishment and doctors and ventilators are few and far between.

We have created a plan to do all we can to protect our C4C employees across all of our programs from the virus.

All we know to do is get on our knees and pray for this country and for our world. God has His hand over every single situation, no matter how desperate they seem. We must stand firm in this truth.
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