Update on Tedd


This is one of our kinedergarten students, Tedd Edme.  We introduced him on this blog back in October because we were working hard to get him a medical visa.   That visa was issued in February.  When Tedd first arrived, we didn't know if he had any vision in his eye at all.

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Happy New Year!


2016 was a great year for Haitian Roots!  Thanks to YOU we were able to accomplish our goal of moving to a much larger and nicer school.  We now have over 180 children at the Haitian Roots Academy, in addition to the 80 children still in our scholarship program.  In 2016 we also..

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Hurricane Matthew Update


Many of you, our wonderful supporters, have contacted us to ask how Haitian Roots families are doing in the aftermath of the deadly hurricane.  We are grateful to share the news that our orphanage and school were undamaged and we have not had any loss of life.

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Little Tedd


This is Tedd, one of our kindergarten students.  He needs to have a special surgery from a pediatric glaucoma specialist to relieve swelling and pain and save his eye.  

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Ever Wonder If Your Support Makes a Difference?


  This is a group of kindergarten children at the Haitian Roots Academy.  See that adorable little boy in the middle, winking at the camera?  His name is Menlove.  Read more about him to learn of just one of the stories we heard while in Haiti last week to remind us that education really does work and that your support truly does change lives.

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Have a Heart for Haiti Gala


Haitian Roots is thrilled to announce our first annual "Have a Heart for Haiti" Gala!   We hope that you will participate in this exciting event.  There are a lot of ways to get in on the action!

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La Maison Orphanage Needs a New Van


La Maison Ophanage needs a new vehicle!! We have already raised $18,000 and we need a total of $40,000.  Please help us transport our kids safely and help our director start his own business by CLICKING HERE to donate to our van fund.

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The Joys of Rice and Beans


On a recent trip to Haiti I sat with our orphanage kids while they ate. This mixture of rice, a few beans and gravy is served almost daily for their main meal at 2pm.

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See You Tomorrow- Na Wé Demen


If you ever get the chance to visit our kids at La Maison orphanage, this is likely the picture you will see when you are leaving.

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Running For Haiti


Mountain Land Physical Therapy is excited to announce their first annual "Running For Haiti" event! On October 3, 2015join with thousands of people across the country and internationally as they don their "Running for Haiti" t-shirts and run or walk!

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