Program of Work

Current Program of Work

Please consider donating to help us with our very aggressive 2018 Program of Work.

As part of that 2018 initiative, PLEASE DONATE today as we need your help to build our 25th self-sufficient village in our 22nd Haitian city in the last 15 years in Haiti in Bwa Blan, Haiti. Bwa Blan translates to “white wood.”

Also, we continue to be very involved in rebuilding efforts from Hurricanes Irma & Maria into 2018.

A little more about our 2018 village in Bwa Blan, Haiti. We need your help:

The Bwa Blan village is located about 60 miles north of St. Marc, and 2.5 hours north of the capital city of Port au Prince.

The village will contain 25 concrete and steel homes to house a total of 200 children and their families, 1 solar powered large concrete and steel multi-purpose building containing a school/church/community center, 12 concrete and steel latrines, water filters, solar lighting, and hundreds of goats, chickens & fruit trees.

All elements of the Bwa Blan village will be provided to the residents at no cost to them.

Also, I invite you to visit Haiti with me in 2018 should you donate to build a whole or half of a new village in Haiti. Call 561.662.4503 for more info.

What is CHPF doing in the United States of America…?

Continuing to answer the call of those suffering tremendously here in the U.S. by providing temporary emergency shelter, hurricane assistance, homeless assistance, rental assistance, food, clothing, counseling, etc.

We can’t do it without you!

By the end of 2018 Caring House Project Foundation will have provided shelter to 11,000+ homeless men, women and children from around the world!

Caring House Family

Left: Current village
Right: What the Bwa Blan Village will look like with your help!

Here is an excerpt from a letter from a new resident of a recently completed CHPF village who also works in the school:

I am grateful for the provision of the Testasse village. We found this little 4 year old girl in a shack in the swamp with her two sisters, one 5 years the other 1 year. They were alone, all very hungry. They are our newest residents to move to Testasse Village along with another set of three children who just lost their mom last week. The youngest child of this family had her hand broken in several places. Her mother had symptoms of an illness that would cause her to fall constantly. She fell on the baby several times breaking her hands. God Bless you and those who made Ange Village possible
– Delane Baily.

Donate Today!

Please visit our Donate Page here to pledge your support for these worthwhile projects, and for others we will surely undertake in the future.

Once on the donate page you will find 74 different donation options.

Is there a level where you feel you can help us make a difference?

I believe the future residents of CHPF’s self-sufficient villages are deserving.

Recall the Gospel of Luke: “Much will be required of the person entrusted with much, and still more demand.

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