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One Haitian Heart at a Time

Haiti’s Heart is an incredibly dedicated group with a profound passion for serving the people of Haiti. As a non-profit organization committed to humanitarian aid, Haiti’s Heart provides vital support in various ways. We offer financial assistance, education opportunities, and teaching trade skills to older children and adults who often face limited prospects and opportunities.
In addition to these initiatives, we also allocate considerable time and resources to medical and dental missions, reaching out to orphanages and villages across Haiti. Our team of dedicated volunteers works tirelessly to provide much-needed healthcare services to those in need. Haiti’s Heart remains steadfast in its mission to improve the lives of the Haitian people, offering hope, empowerment, and a brighter future. With a strong commitment to making a lasting impact, we continue to seek innovative ways to support and uplift the communities we serve.


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We Are In For A Better World

Haiti’s Heart is driven by a profound respect and love for a culture that has endured significant hardships. Despite the richness of Haiti’s culture, characterized by its creativity, ingenuity, and beauty, the impact of natural disasters, poverty, and political challenges has left individuals, including children and adults, without viable means to support themselves and their families.
Amidst these circumstances, the Haitian people shine brightly with intelligence, optimism, and a steadfast hope for self-reliance. Our organization aims to provide transformative opportunities and foster trusted relationships within communities through the power of arts, service, and humanitarian initiatives. By focusing on the inherent strengths of these communities, we impart valuable trade skills, organize dental and medical excursions, and embody the timeless wisdom expressed in the saying: “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.” We encourage our volunteers to embrace a student mindset, immersing themselves in the captivating culture while actively contributing to our humanitarian mission, touching the hearts of the Haitian people, one by one.

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How do I learn more about joining a Haiti humanitarian trip?

We offer many types of trips depending on the needs we identify where we can make a difference. Our trips are often booked well in advance. If there is a need and we have willing participants, we can create additional service trips. We are always looking for volunteers of all ages who are willing to be students of a new culture and/or to share their talents. If any of this speaks to your heart, we would love to hear from you. Please fill out the "question form" and tell us about you and your interests.

Is it safe to participate in a humanitarian trip?

There is always risk when traveling, especially to third world countries. We do watch the political climate, weather forecasts, and any other possible risks factors, and will reschedule trips if we feel there is any danger to our teams. We have safety-based trip training modules that all participants must complete prior to travel.

How much does it cost to go on a humanitarian trip?

The cost varies depending on the specific trip purpose and the time of year. The cost range has been anywhere from $1,800 to $2,500 per person with a 7-day average length of stay. This covers airfare, in-country transportation, room and board.

Does helping sometimes hurt?

The answer is a big fat YES! Sometimes helping can hurt everyone. We require a "When Helping Hurts" training for every participant based on the book, When Helping Hurts. Our intent is to do good. With just a little knowledge, we can avoid some major mistakes and pitfalls to helping in third world countries.

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One Haitian Heart A Time!

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