An Earthquake of Magnitude 7.2 hit Haiti on Saturday August 14, 2021 and devastated the southern region of the country included Department of Nippes where Hope and Change for Haiti runs its projects. That Natural disaster already destroyed hundreds of human lives and leaves over tenth of thousands people homeless. 

Hope and Change for Haiti seeks to bring emergency relief to the people of Petit-Trou-de-Nippes, Anse-a-Veau, L'Azil, and Miragoane that are severely affected by that catastrophe. 

We would appreciate your urgent support to help us to assist our local team in Anse-a-Veau to provide immediate emergency aid to the victims in that region. Thank you!

Earthquake in Haiti on 8/14/2021

Video shooting by a resident in the City of Cayes, Department of South in Haiti

On August 24th, 2021 we proceeded to the distribution of DIY Food Kits to 40 families in Anse-a-veau. Next distribution will benefit the victims of Lazil.

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Who we are

Hope and Change for Haiti-HnC is a 501(c) 3 organization based in Rhode Island. We advocate for women and immigrant rights and promote cultural awareness. In Haiti we invest in community development with a focus on water, housing, education, and microfinance in the rural of the country.

Hope and Change for For Haiti focuses on empowering Haitians and finding sustainable solutions to issues in the country.

Mission

We work to improve the quality of life in the community and contribute to the effort of rebuilding and alleviating poverty in Haiti. We seek to create infrastructure to meet people basic needs.

Vision

Bring positive social and economic change through sustainable projects and advocacy.

Core Values

We commit to a community-centered, volunteer based model of development. In other word, the people do the work. We believe in building relationship and in empowering local people to become leaders.

Meeting with Congressman Jim Langevin to discuss Humanitarian and political crisis in Haiti

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We were joined by other Haitian community leaders in RI to meet with Congressman Jim Langevin on November 7th, 2019 to discuss about ways Congress can contribute in bringing peace and stability to Haiti as the county has been experiencing a chaotic humanitarian and political crisis for the past 8 months. We are so blessed to have such a wonderful Congressman representing the state of RI in Washington.