Supporting Haitian Businesses

‘Tis the season to begin holiday shopping! Stand With Haiti while you shop by supporting Haitian businesses. Start here — and learn more below.  If you are searching for stocking stuffers, we have a sweet suggestion: Askanya’s Bean-To-Bar Chocolate. The chocolate is made in Haiti with local ingredients. It is hand-crafted by women, 100% natural, … Read more

Join The Village, Our Monthly Partnership Program

It’s been said, “It takes a village to raise a child.”  Members of The Village are helping us live out this proverb. They give monthly and sacrificially. Their generosity allows us to grow and sustain our four projects: Providing Families, Preserving, Experiencing Missions, and Restoring Survivors.  Will you join The Village today? Whether you give … Read more

☀️ | Welcoming New Families into Little Hands Daycare

Fighting to keep families together is an integral part of our mission.  We believe family preservation is one of the best ways to protect vulnerable children in Haiti. One common challenge in Haiti is that it is difficult for working parents to find child care for children who are not of school age. Many parents … Read more

Back-to-School Delays In Haiti

The school season may have started for the United States, but there is a major delay here in Haiti. Fuel and power shortages and community disturbances have caused first-day-of-school disruptions. School typically starts in September, but has been postponed for a month nationwide. Classroom operations, teachers, administrators, and students are feeling the impacts of the … Read more

KCU Conference Update and Food Packing

Kentucky Christian University hosted their own International Conference on Missions in early September. Hands & Feet Project had the opportunity  to attend and host a table alongside other mission organizations from across the world. We got to talk with KCU students about where they’re from, what they’re studying, and what their passions are.       … Read more

Disruption in Jacmel

Our community of Jacmel, a mountain range away from Port-au-Prince, has mostly been protected from the ongoing violence and gang activities so prevalent in the capital. However, lately, Jacmel is most definitely feeling the impact of the limitation and gang control of resources coming in and out of Port-au-Prince, the skyrocketing inflation, and the lack … Read more

☀️ | Families First: How We Preserve and Provide

We put family first here at Hands & Feet Project. Our deepest desire is to see families stay together. When this isn’t possible, we work to make sure each child experiences the love of family while in our care. As we partner with supporters like you, we put our words into action through the Preserving Families … Read more

Port-au-Prince Gang Activity: A Recent History

Here at Hands & Feet Project, we often communicate about the increase in gang activity in Haiti over the last several years – simply because of the impact that it has directly on the country as a whole, and the trickle down effect that it has on our programming. We recently discovered this three part … Read more

Back-To-School Campaign: Fully Funded

On July 5, we launched Fund the Future, our back-to-school campaign, which ran until July 31. We set a goal of purchasing 112 new pairs of shoes from our Amazon Wish List and raising $16,000 for new uniforms and school supplies.   Our holistic Circle of Care for each child we serve compels us to both … Read more

VBS: Christmas In August

Our Hands & Feet Project family completed another year of Vacation Bible School (VBS), and that’s a reason to celebrate! We love opening the Bible and helping children learn more about Jesus. We chose “Christmas in August” as this year’s theme and talked about everything from the Nativity Story to how to “Follow the Light … Read more