The Hands and Feet Project has worked to fight Haiti’s orphan crisis
For more than ten years, The Hands and Feet Project has worked on two fronts to fight Haiti’s orphan crisis. First, they provide housing and direct care for the orphaned and abandoned children of Haiti. Second, through tourism, they create dignified and sustainable jobs that foster strong families.
It is this unique combination of caring for children in need, while serving families with a hand up rather than hand out, that aligns The Hands and Feet Project with Jackson Healthcare’s mission.
Watch this story to better understand how this organization is working to serve children and families in one of the world’s poorest countries.