A Message from our Family:
To my adopted friends,
We are committed to your emotional health, physical safety and creating a world you can thrive in. Although we've come a long way, we have miles to go yet. If you need to stay at home there are many things that can still be done to participate in solidarity, such as educating yourself, posting on social media, signing petitions, donating, supporting black businesses, organizing your own peace marches, and having meaningful conversations with relatives. Each of these is a powerful protest!
The path won't be easy, but we will be empowered with knowledge and a sense of contentedness to change the world.
How to be an Anti-racist by Ibram X. Kendi
Weaving a Family: Untangling racism by Barbara Katz Rothman One Child Nation documentary 13th (film) Ava Duvernay When they See Us (film) Ava Duverney
God Made me and You by Shai Linne God's Very Good Idea by Trillia New Bill and Catalina Echeverri
Young Gifted and Black by Jamia Wilson Little Legends: Exceptional men in Black HIstory by Vashti Harrison Dad, Who will I Be? by G. Todd Taylor
Happy Face Sad Face by BIll Cotter Looking for a Moose by Phyllis Root
The CCrossover by Kwame Alexander Miami Jackson series by Patricia and Fredrick McKissack
Julian Tells by Anne Cameron Point Card Prank by Jake Maddox Author for all ages: Vanda Micheaux Nelson
Adoptees from Haiti Home for Children: Dr. Juliana, Ph.D. Licensed Professional Counselor email@example.com
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FEH/USFCH is focused on the needs of high quality education for the children & young adults coming into our care. We have improved the curriculum and raised the style of teaching.
We support 2 Elementary-Jr. High School's, 1 School for Learning Disabled, and a Technical Institute for higher education.
Hopital Espoir is rated as one of the best hospitals in the country. Our staff have a common vision of excellence. The hospital supports an outpatient clinic, Emergency services, In patient hospitalization, Dialysis Lab, Obstetrics, OR, Laboratory & XRay facilities.
We opened the Christian Institute for Technical Studies (C-Tech) in 2017. We are supporting programs in electronics, computer science, network support, nursing, electrical work & plumbing. We are educating local Haitians so they are empowered to support themselves and help their family.
Making a Difference One Person at a Time
Through the vision of our Founder & CEO, Gladys Thomas, we are changing lives!
Number of Students Enrolled in our Schools in 2018
Number of patients served at Hopital Espoir in 2018.
Number of Haitians the Foundation employed in 2018
What is USFCH
United States Foundation for the Children of Haiti (USFCH) is a volunteer organization based in the United States which serves the Fondation Pour Les Enfants D'Haiti (FEH) under the leadership of Gladys Thomas. The FEH has worked since 1981 serving the children of Haiti through education, health and residence. The FEH has grown from one small orphanage to an organization that today operates one boarding school, a home for children with disabilities, three schools and a 50 bed general hospital. Today FEH has over 500 children attending our schools, and we employ over 200 Haitian Citizens. The partnership between the Haitian staff of the FEH and the USFCH has created a means to touch the lives of the citizens & the children of Haiti.