Mark your calendar for our Days of Hope virtual fundraiser November 7-14! Since we had to reschedule our biggest fundraiser of the year, Night of Hope, to April 24, 2021, we are fundraising virtually to keep all of our programs running through the end of this year and the beginning of 2021.
We have some fun raffle items and virtual Haiti experiences that you do not want to miss out on! Join us in providing HOPE to 8,000 children across Haiti in 14 remote villages.
Stay tuned for more information about the event on our website. ... See MoreSee Less
The backyard farming crops in our remote village of Massikot are growing well! Papaya, leek, cabbage, pepper, and squash seeds were planted earlier this year and we are now in the bean and peanut planting season.
We chose 50 of the poorest families to benefit from this program and provide a sustainable way to feed their families. We have also distributed 48 goats to the families. This is an especially crucial time to be growing food, as inflation and food prices are rising daily, making it more difficult for families to buy basic goods.
This little love was born on Sunday! Sarah is the newest addition to Violette’s family, our Ila Joi Manager. Violette and the baby are doing well. We are overjoyed to have a new member added to our C4C family! 🥰 ... See MoreSee Less
Your purchase helps provide for these women and their families. Haiti has experienced a major rise in inflation, which makes it difficult for families to purchase enough food and other necessities. One of the best ways for us to help Haitians is to provide employment for them, and our Zel program and our other programs do just that.
Please email Alison@chance4children.org if you have any medical clinic connections that may be interested in purchasing fair trade medical scrubs!
Pastor Charlemont runs our Gonaives church in addition to our micro lending program and feeding program through the church. He is an amazing leader and Godly example to his community. His wife, Kerlande, also plays a vital role in the church and in the community. We are grateful for the compassion, hope, and encouragement they bring to many.
Our pastors continue to lift up the 14 villages we support despite this extremely difficult time of low resources, less work, inflation, fear, and unknown. But we serve a God who is providing in amazing ways for our villages and watching over His people. 🙏🏿 ... See MoreSee Less
During the time of our medical clinic closure, we have had limited staff come and consistently do check-ups on the kids at the crèche. We are gathering supplies and looking into opening up the Kenscoff clinic soon.
We are grateful that we can provide medical services again soon to children in the community as well as children that travel very far with their families to reach us. ... See MoreSee Less
All 11 women in our 2nd round micro-lending program in Gonaives have reopened their businesses within the past month. Food and product prices continue to rise daily, however, because of the difficulty in importing and exporting goods. We are working with each individual woman to make their loan payments on time despite the challenging circumstances.
Women with small businesses need loans now more than ever as they struggle to purchase and sell what they need to provide for their families. We strive to empower women to rise out of poverty through education, 0% interest loans, and mentor support. Visit our site to learn more and contribute towards business growth:
Happy Monday from these sisters! M & S both know English well and are great leaders at the crèche. They both love on and care for their “brothers and sisters” well! Contact Susie@chances4children.org to sponsor these sisters, they are in need of sponsors who can help provide for their monthly essentials!