I visited the HHH campus in April 2009 (several months before the earthquake) and was blown away by the facilities and staff. It was clear to me that HHH is truly making a difference in Haiti where there is a huge need for rehab of amputees as well as others with disabilities. I also visited the central hospital in Port-au-Prince, where I witnessed firsthand the fruits of a vital partnership HHH has with a group of doctors from the University of Miami. The doctors were the only ones in the country at the time how were performing surgeries on children with encephalitis and literally saving their lives. HHH is also extremely well run and its operations are efficient. They employ high-caliber local professionals and attract volunteers far and wide, hosting them comfortably in a guest house that boasts a world-class kitchen staff.
After the earthquake in Haiti I was looking for a charitable organization where my contribution would have more significant impact and benefit. I did not want to just send money to the Red Cross, etc. After reading about Healing Hands for Haiti on their website, I was convinced that this was truly an outstanding organization that was making important contributions to the lives of individual Haitians, and I am very happy that I supported their cause.
Volunteers and staff for Healing Hands for Haiti have been there for years. The work they have done to give medical care to the people of Haiti was little known until the devastating earthquake last January. Although their hospital compound was destroyed, they continue their work in Port-au-Prince while the compound is being rebuilt. They are committed to serving and to rebuilding. I appreciate the fact that all money I donate goes toward that goal and will continue to support their mission.
Healing Hands for Haiti is a very impressive organization with a tireless work reaching out to the people there. I've donated before and will again as their projects will make a lasting effect for generations to come. The master plan and progress reports are amazing! With Warm Regards, Sheridan C
This group has selflessly given hours upon hours to haiti - long before the earthquake, and even more since. They are dedicated to improving the level of care in haiti for disabled persons, especially in trying to bring back the services lost in the earthquake (that they had so carefully built over the years). They support the local economy, and volunteer above and beyond what I have ever personally witnessed in the nonprofit world. They are particularly adept at corraling resources, and know how to make lemonade from lemons.
Healing Hands has a tremendous work underway. I've donated before and will again as their projects take hold in Haiti. There master plan and progress reports are inspiring to all involved. Thanks, Mark S
I am truly impressed with the spirit and the results of this organization, as they are honest, hard-working, and effective. I will donate again.
I am happy to support Healing Hands for Haiti. Even before the earthquake, I knew that Haiti needed our help, since it is such a poverty stricken country... the worst in our area of the world. I know the Director of this organization, Eric Doubt, who is a man of integrity. They are a well structured and hard working group. I have seen films of their facilities and the faces of the people they are helping. I feel good about doing my part. Those of us who are in a position to help others, have an obligation to do so. If I was born into such a situation, I'd be grateful to Healing Hands for Haiti. They are making a difference.
When the earthquake happened in Haiti, I was like many others looking for a way to make a donation to a responsible charity where my gift would have an immediate impact. Some friends told me about Healing Hands for Haiti and when I checked them out, I found them to be one of the few organizations who were already "in country" and working there. In addition, they have an excellent record of low management expense. I felt my donation would make a difference through their organization. I continued to monitor their work in Haiti and have been moved to donate even more money to help them achieve their continuing goals.