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The Canadian Foundation for the Children of Haiti
Changing minds, changing hearts, changing lives since 1981
December 2022

My Dear Friends,
As the year draws to a close, I would like to thank you for the ways you have encouraged and
supported us. Thank you for your prayers. Amid unimaginable threats and chaos, God has protected all of us at FCH; children, students, patients, staff. We are grateful for how you stand with us in this way. Thank you also for your faithful support . As Haiti has spiraled into chaos over the past 5 years, a huge challenge has been the ever increasing cost of basic necessities . In Haiti, high inflation is part of life, but over the past year as the gangs that control Port au Prince have disrupted the supply of everything we need we have seen the price of many items now being 4 or 5 times higher than 12 months ago. We realize that you have generously given more to help us, and can’t thank you enough for your kindness. One way God has clearly shown His goodness is by providing friends like you to join us in His work in Haiti. Every day we thank God for you. We wish each one of you
all His blessings in the year ahead
With love and gratitude,



FCH Makes a difference through the following ministries:
The Children’s Village Located in Port au Prince, “the Village” is home to:

  • Rainbow of Love Residence home for 70 children from toddlers through high school;
  • Hope Home – home for 25 children and adults living with disabilities;
  • New Academy of Excellence elementary & middle school (K to Grade 8) attended by
    children at RoL, Hope Home residents who are able, and children living in the neighbourhood .
    RoL children attend a local private high school for grades 9 12. No public schools in the area.)

C Tech: Post secondary training institution in Mussotte (southern Haiti) with ninety five students
enrolled in three programs: nursing, computer technology, electronics.
Mussotte Elementary School:
260 students from the community enrolled in Grades K 6.
Hope Hospital:  62 bed general hospital in Port au Prince.
FCH employs over 250 Haitians in its activities.