THEA is a Christian non-profit organization dedicated to providing children and young adults with education opportunities in Haiti empowering them to emerge to lives of healing and hope. Giving opportunity for the poorest children in the community to complete primary and secondary school.
Ready to Learn Project helps prepare underprivileged children start the school year with the enthusiasm that comes with having fresh pencils, notebooks, and other necessary schools supplies. The goal of this project is to ensure that children are equipped with what is needed to begin the school
We must choose new alternative cooking fuels that will create local jobs and grow the economy by weaning ourselves from this dependency on imported foods, imported fuels and stoves. We must train our local farmers Reforest the local hillsides Repair species and local ecosystem repair our and
It's been over 3 years since the Haitian earthquake, in 2010, occurred. Still, the United Nations, American, French, and Canadian troops continue to occupy the country, all in the name of helping to rebuild the country. That is a big fat lie. What is France, Haiti's greatest enemy, doing in Haiti?
Signing this petition will show our concern and care for those in Haiti trying to help themselves as well! Starting your own agriculture can be tough, and as many of you may know, it is not cheap! Please show your support by signing this petition!
If you have joined us at Haiti Gardens then you know, or know of, Moliere, one of the hardest working men I've ever known—our groundskeeper who some say can individually do the work of one-dozen volunteers…remember that? Moliere is one of our most valuable human resources at Haiti Gardens.
Please donate to MY BIRTHDAY WISH! Your donation will help build a Library in Haiti! Filled with Children's Native-Language (Creole) Books! Follow our mission: Tents to Shanti Fund
We are currently in need of raising $5,000 US to allow us to install electricity in our school in Mirebalais, Haiti. Our school consists of 155 students Kindergarten through 5th grade. Our school currently runs on daylight, nothing else. Our classrooms are dark and shadowy and we find it