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St. Dorchester Center, MA 02124

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Weekend: 10AM - 5PM

FCH Timeline

FCH Timeline


FCH established \vith a small orphanage ·called
Haiti Home for Children (“HHC”) – for 45 school age children


HHC expands to 75 children.
Elementary school started at HHC for
children living there and abou t 100
neighbourhood children


Rainbow of Love (“RoL”) children’s residence
established to care for infants and todcllers


Hope Home established for 16 children
with complex mental and/or physical
challenges who were living in the State
Hospital “abandoned children’s ward”.


Hope Hospital started as a pediatric clinic.
Over the years the hospital expanded to become a
full·service general hospital


First building constructed at the
Children’s Village, \vith Hope Home on
the main floor and RoL on the 2nd floor


New building for Hope Home residents completed at
the Children’s Village


Elementary school establish ed in
Mussotte, a rural area southwest of Port
au Prince with no schools for needy


Hope Hospital becomes trauma centre in the aftermath of major earthquake. To cope with demand for healthcare, Hope Hospital begins expansion


Children living at HHC (which was in an
unsafe area of the city) relocated to RoL
(which is in a quiet neighbourhood)


Elementary school building constructed at the Children’s Village to accommodate school age children at RoL, chilclren at Hope Home able to attend, and neighbourhood children.


Christian Institute for Technical Training (C·Tech) established in Mussotte. C·Tech offers post·  secondary courses in nursing, computer tech. and electronics.

The Canadian Foundation for the Children of Haiti (“CFCH”) is an all-volunteer fundraising organization that has supported the work of FCH since 1993.
Canadian Foundation for the Children of Haiti
6093 – 145A Street.
Surrey, B.C. V3S 4R6
CFCH is a Canadian Registered Charity
Canada Revenue Agency Business Number 89000 4591 RR0001