We have watching many of the different videos Haitians have been making to help their neighbors understand COVID-19… https://t.co/YGDXuLCUsy Mar 31
Just another thing we love about the Haitian culture... They will always find a way. Matthew 18:20
#WhatsAppChurch… https://t.co/kAGpjELFKi Mar 29
We are doing our best keeping the kids at a safe distance during the feeding program. We are grateful that they und… https://t.co/aU1MYcLNex Mar 28
Are you needing a new hand washing song? Let our friend's Samy and Fanold plant this fun Creole Rap in your head! "… https://t.co/92IL4F0HZu Mar 26
Did you know...
Only 53% of Haitians can read and write.
This is a number that Restore Haiti hopes to help increa… https://t.co/VJO9tZU4jj Mar 26
Need a little soothing afternoon break from your makeshift home office?
#CaribbeanSea #Haiti #waves… https://t.co/dJUPCa9XUj Mar 25
Our staff in Jacmel are hard at work this morning building hand washing stations to set up around our community!… https://t.co/u6fuDH6q5I Mar 24
Did you know that "Physical Distance" is different than "Social Distance". We can still be social & communicate. Ta… https://t.co/EGMNPJDkyk Mar 24
The COVID-19 virus has officially hit Haiti. Here are the steps that both Haiti & RH are taking. Please continue t… https://t.co/o7Tue1JY8A Mar 21
#TBT in 2015 when our Haitian Director, @fedonyc and family, spent his birthday in a chilly Niagara Falls climate i… https://t.co/mcFS8D989t Mar 20
Gourds were so important to the livelihood of the Haitian people that in 1807 President Henri Christophe declared t… https://t.co/j5jMRdV0KX Mar 19
One of the ways we keep up with all of our kids is by these ID cards. They check in with us everyday at the feeding… https://t.co/zLTndSD9K5 Mar 17
Did you know.... ⠀
In 1749, Port-Au-Prince was named after a French ship that was anchored in the bay... "The Pri… https://t.co/ppgNsI3QMa Mar 12
Guerlande Croichy, 15yrs, 7th Grade. She dreams of being a nurse!
Do you or anyone you know wish to help… https://t.co/3qyUELM4lS Mar 11
Women in Haiti are strong. The matriarchs of the families carry an air of power and grace that holds respect in the… https://t.co/SthvRk6k6x Mar 9
Some of you have started to receive photos of your precious students holding their treasured Christmas gifts that y… https://t.co/i7J1bYZOcP Mar 8
10 years ago this mighty group of teens raised almost $4500 to help with earthquake relief. We were blown away then… https://t.co/Kvy72mDw4b Mar 6
This is cacao fruit. Yes...this is what the beginning of all things chocolate looks like.
Our friends enjoy the f… https://t.co/DqarmIyKtn Mar 5
Meet Dieulineda Jean Baptiste. This 9yr old is in the 4th grade at our Matador location. Dieulineda works hard at s… https://t.co/8hTNhzU2TV Mar 4
Mountain roads in Haiti may be tricky to navigate. But they come with the best views!
#haiti #haitianmountians… https://t.co/pe3qT5lkND Mar 3
Our mission is to empower communities to rise from a culture of desperation to one of restored hope and self-sustainability.
What We Do
Our vision is to be a catalyst toward self-sustainability for those in need. We empower communities to rise up by serving as facilitators of partnerships between communities and
organizations to provide and improve healthcare, nutrition, education, and basic living conditions.
SINCE 2005, WE HAVE
Taken over 2,000 people to our community
Built over 20 homes for needy families
Provided meals for over 1,000 students
Sent over 1,000 students to school
Established a health screening clinic
Provided clean water to the community
Established a 12 workstation computer lab
Help Restore Haiti provide meals, education and basic health needs.