Haiti Home for Children

Haiti Home for Children ("HHC") is an orphanage for school age children. HHC was the first ministry of the Foundation for the Children of Haiti. The orphanage has operated since 1981

HHC is located in Port au Prince, just north of the international airport.
HHC is home to 70 children who live in "family units" consisting of 8 to 10 children who are cared for by a "house mother".
The children and their house moms live together like a big family – eating meals together, doing activities together, and living together in an apartment-style residence. This gives the children a sense of security and stability; more like a home than an institution.

All of the children at the Orphanage receive an education at the School of the Good Sower which is located on the HHC site. Along with their schooling, the children living at HHC are involved in the kind of activities all children should enjoy: sports, singing, dancing, crafts, playing on the playground.

The children living at HHC come from a background of extreme poverty. However, because HHC is there, these children move from a life of need, fear and instability to a home where they receive love, care, an education, and hope for the future.

Haiti Home for Children

The Canadian Foundation for the Children of Haiti ("CFCH") is an all-volunteer fundraising organization that has supported the work of FCH since 1993.

Canadian Foundation for the Children of Haiti

6093 – 145A Street.

Surrey, B.C. V3S 4R6

CFCH is a Canadian Registered Charity

Canada Revenue Agency Business Number 89000 4591 RR0001