Helping Hands Bring Sunshine

Improving The Standards Of Living For The Impoverished Community Of Haiti

Through the establishment of a strong educational foundation our goal is to provide broader assistance, including basic health initiatives, empowerment programs and partnering with others to bring about permanent change and renewed hope to the lives we touch.

 
 
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OUR MISSION

Helping Hands Bring Sunshine (HHBS) is an established 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization originally established to provide immediate relief to communities in need throughout Haiti, resulting from the devastation of the hurricane and earthquake in 2008 and 2010. Five years later, our efforts are focused around Croix de Bouquets, dedicated to improving the standards of living for this impoverished community through the establishment of strong educational foundation with the goal of providing broader assistance, including basic health initiatives, offering empowerment programs and partnering with others to bring about permanent change and renewed hope to the lives we touch.

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LEARN ABOUT WHAT WE DO

 
Hand To Hand Distribution

Hand-To-Hand Distribution

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Meal Programs

Community Support

Community Support

Health Tests & Screenings

Health Screenings

Disaster Relief

Disaster SERVICES

Education

Education

 
 
 
 
 

Our Impact Since 2008

 
 

500+

HOT MEALS PROVIDED

Since November 2013, using generous donations from our supporters, we have implemented a hot food program providing one hot meal a day to each student and teacher of Ecole Scolaire de la Primitive (ESP).

 

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Years of Hand-To-Hand DiStribution

The four devastating hurricanes that hit Haiti in 2008 ignited a flame in our Founder, Fran Juste. Since then, we've maintained her mission to hand deliver every item donated.

 
 

200+

Health Screenings

During Mission Trips our clinical ambassadors offer  health screenings to the community members – testing blood sugar levels and blood pressure. We also distribute health kits containing hygienic products, topical ointments, and other donated items.

 
 

Ways To Give

When you donate to Helping Hands Bring Sunshine, you enable us to give assistance and hope to the impoverished nation of Haiti. Thank you for considering a gift. We appreciate your partnership.

 

When you donate online to HHBS your donation goes directly into the hands of the students and teachers of the school we serve in Croix Des Bouquets, Haiti. We appreciate your partnership.
 

In order to augment our capital to assist with costs of shipping donated items, grow and expand the school, purchase school furniture, pay teacher's salary, sponsor student's lunches, we have instituted one-time yearly sponsorship programs.

Become a member of our Ray of Sunshine Program and make a lasting contribution to HHBS’s long-term success. By donating $50 or $100 per month you will help sponsor one student's tuition, uniform, and lunch cost. Become be a Ray of Sunshine today!
 

With the support of our partners, every dollar donated to HHBS is leveraged into more food, water, supplies and medical screenings for those who need it most. If you're interested in partnering with HHBS, please contact us.

 
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“Hand to Hand distribution. This is what we know, this is what we do.”

Fran Juste, Founder & President

 
 

Get Involved

HHBS relies on your Helping Hands. We are completely dependent on donations. There are many ways to give and get involved to help the people and comminuties in Haiti.

 

JOIN OUR BOARD

We are currently in the process of creating a solid Board of Directors to ensure that HHBS has adequate financial resources to carry out its mission. 

BECOME AN AMBASSADOR

HHBS accepts Five Ambassadors to join us on our Annual Mission & Distribution Trip. These five Ambassadors help ensure all goods & services are distributed to the students, teachers, and community.

Make a Donation

Even a small donation makes a BIG impact! Your contribution will make it directly into the hands of the students and teachers of the school we serve in Croix Des Bouquets, Haiti. 

 
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