children’s situation is worsened as the clock turns, especially after the 01/12/2010 Earthquake that killed as many as 300,000 thousand people according to the local government and other independent organizations on the ground. That disaster has left behind thousands of orphans and many amputated children, while over a million have become homeless and exposed to many deadly diseases, such as cholera, yellow fever, dengue fever, and malaria. In fact, it has already made thousands of victims in Haiti.


since our  mission is to assist the poor, those who are struggling to meet his/her basic needs. For that reason, children who can’t go to school and are living in poverty and in unsanitary condition is our top primary. We are helping them getting better education which can lead them toward a better tomorrow, a tomorrow that is different from the past, a tomorrow that will bring hope to themselves and their families. As a result, we have implemented and invested in different social programs/activities  such as; Framing Future, Support and Protect our children’s Future, Empowering the Poor, Empowering Women,  Health for All, etc. To get more in-depth information about these programs, click here...


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1335 Kingsley Ave.                               In Haiti  

Unit 2124                                              Tabbarre

Orange Park, Florida 32067                 Jacmel 

In The U.S.                                        Port-au-Prince