There are millions of children who are vulnerable and orphaned worldwide. The problems facing these children are magnified in Haiti, the poorest nation in the Western hemisphere.
After the earthquake of 2010, the number of children who were orphaned grew to an estimated half-million. These children are vulnerable to illness, violence, and exploitation, and they need our help. In 2012, the Alliance for Children Foundation built a Group Home in Kenscoff, Haiti for sixty-five children. We began by taking care of their basic needs, including shelter, food, medical care, and
safety. We are now establishing a Learning Center to provide educational resources that promote vibrant growth.