Haitian Flag Day

  On May 18th, the people of Haiti celebrate the culture and heritage of their country on Flag Day. All across Haiti there are parades, brightly colored red & blue clothing, face painting and the Haitian flag flying high. Haitians love and take pride in their...

Sponsor Letters

I recently read an article about the far-reaching impact that student sponsorship can make in the life of a child and it specifically spoke of the beautiful impact that personal letters can make. The writer said that, “The letters sponsors write to their children are...

What’s Happening in Haiti? [May 2022]

In honor of Mother’s Day, we are celebrating mothers in Haiti today!  We hope these stories show both the resiliency of Haitian mothers, as well as the importance of your support in their lives. There is a well-known phrase in Haiti – Madan Sara. “A Madan Sara is a...

A Mother’s Haitian Fritay

Tania Saintfleur loves people and loves cooking. She is the mother of two boys and also cares for her aging mother. Tania has used her love of cooking to earn a living, selling Haitian Fritay – a collection of fried foods such as plantains, paté, fried meats and more....