Friends of Humanity volunteers are busy packing relief supplies for House of Hope and Beraca Medical Center in northwest Haiti. But we still need financial help to pay for shipping to Port-au-Prince and then overland to northwest Haiti.
We have been fortunate to receive many donations of food, water, and clothing for the survivors of Hurricane Matthew, which killed more than 900 people in Haiti. We are now preparing to ship and distribute these items to the worst-affected areas. To do this, we need funds for shipping. It costs us about $60 per […]
Friends of Humanity held a board meeting this past weekend to review the status of ongoing projects at House of Hope and Beraca Medical Center. President Renel Noel reported on the Sanitation Project and other matters. To date, the septic tank has been completed. This was done at a cost of $8,000 and involved many […]
Andrew Smith rode a motorcycle from Miami to Alaska to benefit HOH. Here is his report on our most recent trip to Haiti.
During the first week of June, Dr. Grace Eckhoff visited us at House of Hope. Grace grew up in our village of La Pointe with her parents, who were our doctors. Now she has returned as a doctor herself to say hello. She brought a friend and longtime supporter, Dr. Brenda Morris. Dr. Morris has […]
Although Friends of Humanity is not affiliated with any religious organization or denomination, we are grateful for the support of Miami Shores Presbyterian Church. Church members have been very active in collecting donations for distribution to the children of House of Hope and in assisting with all our projects, including installing plumbing. Recently, Andrew Smith […]