Thank You for Making a Difference!

Thank you to our donors, supporters and loyal friends who attended HEAL Haiti’s La Bienfaisance Fundraising Brunch. Our sincerest appreciation to our Master of Ceremony, Dr. Jeff Gardere, and our Keynote Speaker, Dr. Cherlie Magny-Normilus, PhD, FNP-BC. Congratulations to our distinguished inductees and thank you for your unparalleled commitment and notable contributions to the development of Haiti.
La Bienfaisance Honorees
Nedgine Paul Deroly
Co-founder & CEO
Anseye Pou Ayiti
Marie Lourdes V. Elgirus
Co-founder and Vice President,
Foundation Femmes en Democratie
Daniel Desire
La Bienfaisance Volunteer Recognition
Finally, a special thanks to the Special Events Planning Committee Members for hosting a successful and beautifully designed event. To Ancestral Beauty, our vendors, sponsors and major donors, we deeply appreciate your generosity. Together, we are making great strides in the health care delivery in Haiti.
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La Bienfaisance Fundraising Brunch

Because of your support over the last 5 years, HEAL Haiti has made great strides in the health care delivery system in Haiti.

Join us Sunday, October 14th for HEAL Haiti’s 2018 La Bienfaisance Fundraising Brunch. We will not only celebrate our 5th year anniversary, but also honor individuals who exemplify a commitment to and passion for creating sustainable and impactful opportunities in the fields of education and health care in Haiti.

We sincerely hope that you can join us for this worthwhile cause and celebration. Reserve your tickets at

From Rubble to Recovery

Join Us In Commemorating The Victims Of The Haiti Earthquake

On January 12th, 2010, a natural disaster claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of innocent people in Haiti. The entire nation was devastated 8 years ago and many people are still displaced and suffering from the impact – from the fear of another earthquake to the mourning of loved ones that were taken far too early.

This tragedy and recent offensive comments about Haiti will not hinder its proud people from moving forward. Today, it is important to not only commemorate those lost but also empower those that still survive. And through our collective action, citizens of Haiti can get the best care and support possible to build an even greater, better Haiti.

As we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, it is important to remember his message, “If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” and here at HEAL Haiti, we take that message to heart and action.

Join us in moving forward and transforming lives in Haiti.