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Review for Haiti Nursing Foundation, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

HNF has changed thousands of lives in Haiti and America. In my family , they have allowed all 4 of my children, my wife and myself to partner with Haitian nurses and students in a very personal way. My girls have tons of big sisters in Haiti. My sons have always had friends in the male nursing students as well. My oldest son has decided to become a nurse because of the time we have been with HNF. I also appreciate the way in which they make us feel at home. Even when times are tough in Haiti, the Hatian staff would always have us over to their houses and make us feel at home. In the community in Haiti, I have seen so many people changed. At the orphanage we work at, there is a 15 year old girl with mental retardation. The nursing students at the hospital helped to keep her alive and get her to this orphanage. At the church where I attend in Haiti, I watch nursing students and faculty provide health screening and teach about common diseases on Sunday mornings and other days of the week. At the hospital, I have seen nursing students dig change out of their pockets to buy a homeless patient some soup. HNF is doing big things. Thanks much.

Role:  Board Member

Review for Haiti Nursing Foundation, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I have learned so much from working with HNF. While in Haiti I perfect both my nursing and educator skills as I work side by side with students and faculty. Through my work with HNF stateside, my customers, students and colleagues are empowered to get involved and think beyond our borders.

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For the time you spent, how much of an impact did you feel your work or activity had?

A lot

Did the organization use your time wisely?

Very Well

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Role:  Volunteer