“Poverty is not natural, it is man-made and it can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of human beings.”

Nelson Mandela

We are valued as a service offering organization raising money to fund local projects in Haiti to help providing basic services to cover the needs of thousands of Haitians.


A tiny charity in Haiti is in the process of inviting all active charities in Haiti to meet together on the internet and work together. All interested souls are invited. The estimate of active charities in Haiti is 3,000 to 10,000. Haiti’s population is estimated to be 10.5 million. Our goals include working together to help improve the living conditions in all of Haiti.

Help Haiti is a nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to improving the lives of the people of need in Haiti. Help Haiti’s current task is to channel charitable donations into the work of Father Rick Frechette in Haiti. Fr. Rick administers several large projects in Haiti that are completely vital in the effort to improve the circumstances for Haitians. These include the Kaye Ste Helene orphanage in Kenscoff (which cares for and educates approximately 600 kids) and St Damien’s hospital in Petion-ville (the only free pediatric hospital in Haiti, serving 1,200 inpatients and 20,000 outpatients per year).


This mission is possible, thanks to Ferel Bruno, Sister Judy & Father Rick Frechette.


Our Goals

Our goal is to steer forward, building infrastructure across Haiti in a way that is environmentally friendly and free of corruption.

With compassion, respect and a shared responsibility, we as souls, will honor each other by our names and work together. Help Haiti is committed to paying fair market value for all goods and services as determined by the marketplace in total transparency. We record all events as a possible learning tool/opportunity.

“All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and status and should be undertaken with meticulous excellence.”

Martin Luther Kin Jr.

Jonathon Rauch argues the marketplace of ideas is like a funnel. Millions of people float millions of hypotheses every day. Society collectively tests these ideas, bats them around or ignores them. Only a tiny few make it out the narrow end of the funnel, where they are declared useful or true.