children of haiti
safe place to be kids
"We came to make the world a little bit better. To give Hope, to give Light, to give laughter, to give change, to give these kids a chance Through Health, Education, and Sports. We will show them the way to achieve a successful life and teach them they can be great when they never heard it before. We won’t give up!"
Clean Hands for Haiti is dedicated to supporting girls and boys living in poverty throughout Haiti. Since 2010, we have provided educational scholarships and access to basic social services for children and their families.
We are committed to providing health and dental services, free of charge, to children in Haiti. Since 2015, we have provided free dental cleanings, and emergency dental care to more than 100 kids.
We are committed to providing education opportunities for kids who would otherwise not be able to go to school. We currently sponsor 19 students to go to school in Haiti, providing them with tuition, books, uniforms, and other school supplies.
Sports is a unique way of creating opportunities for youth to be part of a family atmosphere, no matter the gender, ethnicity, size, or location. Given the circumstances in Haiti, we believe sports can be a major resource for gathering a community.
4th Annual Trip
Our fourth annual Clean Hands for Haiti trip in May focused on providing more resources to our sponsored students and adding a heath facility to the community center. We facilitated our 1st dental and medical triage held at our community center, hosted an educational tour of the historic Citadel Laferrière located in Cap-Haitien, and painted of the wall outside of our community center.
Each of our four trips to Haiti have been memorable in different ways but our most recent one will leave an indelible imprint on the hearts and minds of all those who took part. We can't wait for next year and look forward to all of the help we can bring to our Haitian family! We continue to be extremely thankful for all of the kindness and genorosity shown by the extended A&M family whose contributions have made all of our work possible.
In 2015, we opened a community center in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Port au Prince Haiti. Our goals for this project are to provide a safe community based tutorial center for Haitian students, with the hope of partnering with local schools to open up free services to their students. This year, we plan to open a health lab inside the community center that will provide health professionals onsite, ongoing information, access to tooth brushes and other hygiene products, and healthy snacks to these children.
Our success depends on the generous support of our donors and volunteers. There are several ways you can get involved with Clean Hands for Haiti, including making a one-time or monthly donation, volunteering your time or services, donating supplies and other goods, and holding a fundraiser
All of the funds that we receive go directly to supporting the health, social, and educational services the the children in our program. Your donations are 100% tax deductible.