Answering a Child’s Cry with Christ’s Love

Caring for orphans in Haiti

Child Hope International is a charitable, Christian organization, dedicated to rescuing suffering and abandoned children in Port Au Prince, Haiti. Through child sponsorships and donations, we are able to provide a loving and nurturing home for boys and girls. In addition, we provide education for our sponsored children and are involved in extensive community outreach to meet the needs of our neighbors.

Please take some time to learn about our ministry and how you can be part of giving a child hope. Watch this short video to see how one team used its passions to bless Child Hope.

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Recently a member of a foundation that works with The School Fund, our education partner, came to visit Child Hope. You can read about her visit here.

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Suzanne Skees visits Child Hope

Suzanne Skees works in international development as director of the Skees Family Foundation. This non-profit organization supports innovative self-help programs in the U.S. and 37 developing countries in education, enterprise, health, infrastructure, and peace. The Skees Family Foundation has been one of the first partners of The School Fund, an organization that has partnered with Child…

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Child Hope International is empowering children to dream and equipping them with the strategy to turn those dreams into reality. Child Hope International is changing and saving lives. They are among the best stewards I have ever experienced.”

Kathy Ireland CEO and Chief Designer, kathy ireland Worldwide

Interning with Child Hope was life-changing. God is doing a special thing in Port-au-Prince, through the light that Child Hope emits. There is a desperation for God that opens your eyes to the simplicity of serving and loving Him.

Kelley Clause Former Intern, Sept - Dec 2011

I am loving every second of living in Haiti. I am seeing some of the great works that God is doing here. I love seeing the ways in which He is using me here and how much I need to rely on Him in everything I do. Being available and open to the plans that God has for that day and even the next 5 minutes is so important here!

Kelsy Baugh Intern in Haiti, May 2013

At Child Hope I met some wonderful men and women who had been changed by the love of Christ to live out the great commission in a Haiti, a place where the needs are great but the ONE who can meet the greatest need is Jesus. He is enough, always has been and always will be. I challenge you to go and serve out of your comfort zone, those in need, with what God has given you.

Inga-Lill Guzik Pastor's wife, Speaker, and Women's Ministry Leader

Our new expanded medical/dental clinic moved another step closer to providing expanded, daily health care services for the many needy families and children in our area.

Our transition program continues to teach young men and women valuable vocational skills and provide jobs to mothers who can now keep and support their children.

Our MDL school took in more outside students who would have never dreamed of attending school but are now doing so and are doing very well and getting an excellent education.

Child Hope’s muTch feeding program is now providing an average of 200 street children with healthy meals three times a week.

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