Haiti’s Clean Water Problem and What We are Doing to Fix It

There are so many health and medical-related challenges in Haiti that it is often hard to prioritize who and what to treat. While the problems are numerous, the funds needed to tackle them are lacking. Malnutrition, clean water, helping mothers and children severely lacking in basic medical care – these are just a few of […]

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HotHotHaiti! – Hands Up for Haiti’s Annual Celebration!

You Don’t Know Haiti Until You Celebrate With Us! We can’t wait to see you on Friday evening, April 27, as we celebrate the best of Haitian culture and the lifesaving efforts of Hands Up for Haiti. Here are some things you should know: Come hungry, and savor the amazing food catered by On the […]

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HotHotHaiti! Introduces Luckner Candio

You Don’t Know Haiti Until You Celebrate With Us! Meet Luckner Candio, one of the featured artists at HotHotHaiti! Prince Luc, as he is known, was born in Cayes, Jacmel in 1977. He was raised by his parents until the age of 10, after which he was adopted by Haitian artist Prince Jean Jo. Prince […]

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HotHotHaiti! Introduces Samuel “Sammo” Augustin

You Don’t Know Haiti Until You Celebrate With Us! Meet Samuel “Sammo” Augustin, one of the featured artists at HotHotHaiti! Each of Sam’s paintings, while amazingly abstract, has a unique message focusing on Haiti’s destruction and rebirth. A studio artist for 28 years, his work has been exhibited in the main lobby of the United […]

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HotHotHaiti! Introduces Gina Samson

You Don’t Know Haiti Until You Celebrate With Us! Meet Gina Samson, one of the featured artists at HotHotHaiti! Gina’s artwork is influenced by the rich cultural heritage and vibrant colors of the Caribbean, as well as by the New York City urban environment. Originally from Port au Prince, Gina regularly exhibits in the New […]

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HotHotHaiti! Introduces Eder Romeus

You Don’t Know Haiti Until You Celebrate With Us! Meet Eder Romeus, one of the featured artists at HotHotHaiti! Eder was born in Archaie in January 1982. Polio left him paraplegic as a young child; nevertheless it only takes a brief conversation or a look at his artwork to realize that polio was no match […]

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HUFH’s Holiday Campaign: Open the Doors to Hope!

Thanks to your support, Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the world, is now a place filled with hope and resilience. As donors and friends of Hands Up for Haiti, you Open the Door to Hope and truly make a difference in the lives of needy families. You feed hungry children, beat cancer, deliver clean […]

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Worth the Wait: The Journey of the Ultrasound

A young woman lies on the examining table, anxious and unsure. She tested positive for pregnancy, but after being seen at a local clinic, she was diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy, a potentially life-threatening situation when an embryo implants in the fallopian tubes rather than the uterus. She sought help at Justinian University Hospital and […]

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Join the Jersey Celebration to Honor Our Global Health Teams

Our newest Celebration is only weeks away! Please join us as we honor our Global Health teams.  Celebrate with us the programs they champion that directly save the lives of children and adults in Haiti:   fighting malnutrition, helping babies survive, pediatric outreach and vaccinations, cervical cancer screen and treat. Wednesday, November 1, 2017 6:30 Cocktails […]

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Mesi Mesi Anpil: Thank You for Making Possible What We Do

Heal – Teach – Support. These are the words that guide all that we do at Hands Up for Haiti. But how are we able to do what we do? Only with the generous support of our donors and volunteers. Your help truly makes a difference in the lives of the people that we help.  […]

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