Haitian Orphans Wish addresses the issues of orphaned children in Haiti by providing financial assistance to orphanages & organizations that seek our help. We are a 501 (c)(3) recognized organization.
H.O.W is offering this new t-shirts to help spread the word of Haitian Orphans Wish's mission! Our copyrighted HOW Haiti Tree is featured on the front and our logo on the back. They are available for purchase at $15 each and 3 for $40 in sizes S, M, L and XL. Add $3.75 for shipping and handling. Please support our fundraising effort and support jobs in our homeland because these T-Shirts are proudly made in Haiti. Contact Haitian Orphans Wish forRead more
Princeton janitor brings clean water home to Haiti CNN - In the U.S., Josue Lajeunesse works as a taxi driver and janitor. In Haiti, he's a hero to thousands for bringing clean water to his home village of La Source.Read more
By TRENTON DANIEL | Associated Press – Mon, Jun 10, 2013 BELLE ANSE, Haiti (AP) — The hardship of hunger abounds amid the stone homes and teepee-like huts in the mountains along Haiti's southern coast. The hair on broomstick-thin children has turned patchy and orangish, their stomachs have ballooned to the size of their heads and many look half their age — the tell-tale signs of malnutrition. Mabriole town official Geneus Lissage fearsRead more
Over the years, H.O.W found that dealing with hunger and providing shelter were only a couple of the problems facing these children. Lack of access to education remains a key obstacle to social and economic development in Haiti and H.O.W is doing something about it. We are donating about 1,000 of these bookbags and school supplies to orphanages and other institutions who are providing them with an education. As stated by the USAIDRead more
On Sunday, January 24 at 5:30pm on WLIW21, Martin Savidge hosts a special edition of Metrofocus focused on how New Yorkers are rallying to help those affected by last week’s 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Haiti. Savidge speaks with Marcel Toussaint, President of the organization Haitian Orphans Wish; Siobhan Walsh, Executive Director of Concern Worldwide; and Fatima Shama, NYC Commissioner of Immigrant Affairs. Watch the full program now. http://www.wliw.org/whatsup/programs/video-metrofocus-special-new-york-reacts-to-haiti/177/Read more
—By Mac McClelland | Tue Jan. 18, 2011 Photos by Mark Murrmann This time last year, it was hard to escape headlines about Haitian orphans. In the post-earthquake chaos, some American Baptists got arrested for trying to move 33 kids out of the country without proper paperwork—White People Stealing Haitian Babies! Now there's a lot less news about the orphanages. But there's still a lot more to be done for the kids who lost theirRead more
By Emily Brennan | January 8, 2013 [http://religionandpolitics.org/2013/01/08/how-shall-we-care-for-haitis-orphans/] [caption id="attachment_197" align="alignnone" width="550"] Mario Tama/Getty[/caption] Port-au-Prince, Haiti — Just days after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on January 12, 2010, Chris Savini, then a mental health worker, heard from his Illinois church about a doctor who was forming a makeshift clinic here.Read more