HELO Orphanage in Haiti

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Merry Christmas from all of us at HELO, may God bless you richly in the New Year!

11/24/10

Thankful for our many blessings, beautiful healthy children, WATER, food and LOVE....and you, our supporters!!

11/15/10

Please follow the link to enjoy Cloe's article, photo galary, and video from Fox 61 News:

 Learn more at http://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-haiti-orphanage-20101114,0,273731.story

11/13/10

Hartford Courant photographer Cloe Poisson was a member of HELO's August team.  Cloe has written an article about the trip which will be featured in tomorrow's Hartford Courant.  Pick up a copy, or read it on-line at www.courant.com where there will also be a galary of Cloe's beautiful photographs.

It is with heartfelt gratitude, and on behalf of all of us at HELO, that I thank Cloe for the hours of dedication she put into writing this article and carefully selecting photographs.  I look forward to reading the article, in seeing HELO through her eyes, and am truly grateful she made the journey and even entrusted us with beautiful Molly as a bonus! 

God bless you, Cloe, for sharing your talent to further God's work at HELO.  We love you!

 

10/30/10

Water -- beautiful, clean, pure water!  Praise God!!

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10/17/10

Jeff and I had the privilege to meet Dr. Paul Farmer at the Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Medal Ceremony.  Dr. Farmer was honored at the event for his humanitarian work throughout the world, and took time after the ceremony to meet with groups from Marist and Vassar Colleges to talk about Haiti. 

Dr. Farmer is amazing, down to earth, and inspiring!  We are still more focused and encouraged to continue to do all we can to help the children of Haiti, and we pray to change Haiti, one child at a time. Paul_Farmer


Blog Entry

11/13/10

Hartford Courant photographer Cloe Poisson was a member of HELO's August team.  Cloe has written an article about the trip which will be featured in tomorrow's Hartford Courant.  Pick up a copy, or read it on-line at www.courant.com where there will also be a galary of Cloe's beautiful photographs.

It is with heartfelt gratitude, and on behalf of all of us at HELO, that I thank Cloe for the hours of dedication she put into writing this article and carefully selecting photographs.  I look forward to reading the article, in seeing HELO through her eyes, and am truly grateful she made the journey and even entrusted us with beautiful Molly as a bonus! 

God bless you, Cloe, for sharing your talent to further God's work at HELO.  We love you!

 

10/30/10

Water -- beautiful, clean, pure water!  Praise God!!

well1_Small

 

10/17/10

Jeff and I had the privilege to meet Dr. Paul Farmer at the Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Medal Ceremony.  Dr. Farmer was honored at the event for his humanitarian work throughout the world, and took time after the ceremony to meet with groups from Marist and Vassar Colleges to talk about Haiti. 

Dr. Farmer is amazing, down to earth, and inspiring!  We are still more focused and encouraged to continue to do all we can to help the children of Haiti, and we pray to change Haiti, one child at a time. Paul_Farmer


Contact HELO

We would be delighted to answer any questions about HELO, share travel opportunities, or arrange a presentation at your church, organization or school. 

HELO, Inc.
1599 South Street
Unit 3
Coventry, CT  06238

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Biographies

                                      Here you will find biographies of the children and the house parents.

                                          Please choose a home below.

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Home One

 

Home Two

                Home Three

HELO's Mission

alt HELO’s mission is to provide Home Education Love and Opportunity to orphaned and abandoned children in Haiti. We currently have three homes, each housing a family unit: adult caretakers and 12-15 children. Our dreams include elementary and vocational schools on site, providing the children of HELO a loving environment where they can learn to read and write and then learn a trade.

It is our hope and vision that in providing Haiti’s children a loving home, proper nutrition and education, our children will become self confident, self reliant adults who will leave HELO literate and with a trade to sustain themselves, that they grow to be leaders of their communities and in time, bring change and prosperity to their beautiful land.

Our dreams are great, but the need in Haiti is greater. HELO began with a prayer to save orphaned and abandoned children in Haiti, a prayer lifted up in both Haiti and the USA by two people who knew little of each other, but were led together by this common prayer. It is our prayer that God continue to use HELO to improve the lives of Haiti's children, one at a time.

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