Born from a need to provide jobs for children transitioning out of orphan care, HAITI MADE exists to build a ‘circle of trade’ united around quality products, sustainability, and dignified jobs. Purposed to fight against Haiti’s orphan crisis, HAITI MADE has grown to partner with several organizations throughout Haiti to provide jobs for young adults transitioning out of residential care. HAITI MADE is a business initiative owned and governed by the Hands and Feet Project. Net Profits from HAITI MADE pour back into the Hands and Feet Project to be distributed to further the mission.
Kids Mission Project
KIDS MISSION PROJECT features five, high-energy, inspirational episodes. Each episode will highlight a different story, theme or child living at the Hands and Feet Project’s Children’s Village in Southern Haiti. Young viewers will be taken on an adventure through the eyes of our animated hosts and their new Haitian friends. Each episode wraps up with a challenge to help raise money to provide more homes for children in need.
5Ks, Marathons, Walks
Throughout the year, Hands and Feet project promotes and operates several 5k's, Fun-Runs, Marathons and walks. These events are a great way for our friends and supporters to get involved. In addition to Hand and Feet Sanctioned events, many individuals across the country will put on their own, local events that benefit the work of the Hands and Feet Project. Please consider joining us at an upcoming event or email email@example.com to inquire about facilitating an event in your area.
The Hands and Feet Project offers volunteer positions at the Children's Villages throughout Haiti. Volunteers get the chance to learn mission work firsthand by working alongside each site's directors. Volunteers will be working in an assortment of jobs to help sustain the mission to encourage and equip compassionate individuals to partner with us in caring for the orphaned and abandoned children. Volunteers usually spend three months in Haiti. The US office will work with our local site directors in Haiti to match up potential volunteers with needs in the field.