Haiti Initiatives | The Dover Church
On Sunday, October 14th we put together 300 "Mama Kits" to welcome new babies and mothers at the St. Boniface Hospital in Fond-des-Blancs, Haiti.
If you would like to help with either a monetary donation please use the link below. Many thanks for your generousity.
We are committed to providing financial, educational, medical and professional support to Haiti, emphasizing the following:
- Focus on those who need our help the most
- Provide assistance that is sustainable over time
- Connect our community to the Haitian people in a meaningful way
- Maximize the impact on the Haitian people.
Our partner in this mission is the St. Boniface Haiti Foundation (www.haitihealth.org), who, for almost 30 years, has been improving the lives of Haitians on the southern peninsula. While they provide many services (education, community and economic support), their central focus being healthcare. Their corporate headquarters is right here in the Boston area and their base of operations is the St Boniface Hospital in Fond-des-Blancs, Haiti.
To get the full history of our Haiti mission, please take a few minutes and watch this video interview done with two of our members who are actively involved. (24 minutes)
Medical Clinic in Villa, Haiti
We are committed to providing ongoing financial support for the medical clinic in this rural, mountaintop village near Fond-des-Blancs. A new clinic was built to replace the one that was damaged in the last earthquake. This clinic is successfully treats over 60,000 patients annually,
We met our goal in support of the Villa Clinic annual operating budgets for the past 5 years. Your commitment to a one-time or recurring contribution to the Villa Clinic will help us achieve this goal for this year and beyond.
To make a donation by credit card or through your PayPal account to our Haiti Mission: Medical Clinic in Villa, please click on the 'Donate' button below. Thank you.
Or get involved! Send us an email to let you know you're interested, using the button below.
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