Caring for Kids
We've partnered with three children's homes to provide complete care for children.
Physical & Spiritual Care
Every child deserves a safe place to grow up. We provide a clean, secure, and safe environment where urgent physical needs are immediately met. This includes administering medical care, addressing malnutrition, and providing safe water. We desire for all of our kids to know the love of Christ. Every child is loved and cared for by Christian caretakers.
We believe every child deserves a quality education. PKF has partnered with Haitian educators to to build a preschool, a primary school, a secondary school, and a vocational school. All of our schools are accredited by the Haitian government and staffed by Haitian teachers. We award academic scholarships that enable students to attend local Haitian universities.
Sponsor a Child
Through our Mustard Seed program, you can sponsor a child for what you spend on coffee in a month. Your monthly sponsorship ensures that your sponsored child will have access to shelter, food, and a quality Christian education. We’ll also help you get to know your sponsored child!
Nestled on the edge of Cap Haitien, EBAC is the first orphanage PKF supported. Two missionaries, Kathy and Alice, have run EBAC since the 80s. The orphanage now supports over 100 children who attend school on the grounds.
IDADEE was founded by young adults that grew up at EBAC; God gave them a vision for a new home that could save even more orphan children. IDADEE now cares for 32 kids between the ages of 3 and 10.
New Vision Children's Home
Together, Pastor Jean Claude and his wife Monica run NVCH where they care for 14 children. Jean Claude, who grew up at EBAC, pastors two local churches and is one of the founders of the IDADEE Children's Home.
Surf City Haiti
Surf City Haiti is a week-long, high energy summer camp that focuses on fun, discipleship, and equipping kids at the three children’s homes to be leaders in their communities.
Summer Fest is IDADEE’s week-long community day camp, held on the IDADEE campus. Over 1000 children and 200 adults from the local community attend each year.
Empowering Local Leaders
PKF Haiti projects have created 125 sustainable jobs in Haiti.
IDADEE Medical Clinic
Heart of the Community
The medical clinic at IDADEE serves children and adults in the community. The modern 15-bed hospital provides reliable and affordable health care for all; no patient is ever turned away due to lack of finances. This Haitian-run clinic creates a space for Haitian and American medical professionals to serve side by side. Medical Director, Dr. Wislyn Avenard, grew up at the EBAC children's home. The medical clinic has created 51 local medical jobs.
The IDADEE Primary School opened in 2015, and serves children from IDADEE and the community. It has created 22 sustainable jobs.
The IDADEE Secondary School will open in the fall of 2017. It will provide a high quality, Christ-centered secondary education. No child will be turned away because of lack of finances.
The IDADEE Vocational School will open in the fall of 2017. It will provide another vehicle for transforming the local community by teaching essential job and business skills.
Water and Sanitation
Safe Water Changes Everything
We are proud to partner with Water Missions to bring safe water and sanitary latrines to the communities we serve. Together we have drilled 8 wells and installed 8 safe water systems that serve 24,000 people. We've built 500 sanitary latrines in the IDADEE community, that benefit 4,000 people.
Farm Land Project
PKF recently purchased 30 acres of local farmland to provide food for our children, feed the poor, and provide jobs in the community
Haiti Reef Restoration
Benefiting haiti through coral reef restoration
We've partnered with Restoration Haiti to start a reef conservation movement in the Cap Hatien area. Restoration Haiti is working with local fishermen to develop strategic reef management solutions and build in a thriving eco-tourism industry.
Earth Block Homes
Through our partnership with Welcome Home Haiti, we’re able to provide one of the most basic human needs: reliable shelter. Welcome Home Haiti provides employment and discipleship opportunities by hiring local Haitian craftsmen to construct homes. These homes are great hands on mission work. If you or your organization is interested in helping construct an earth block home, please get in touch!
Ready to take the next step? We routinely travel to Haiti and would love for you to join us on a trip! You’ll have an opportunity to meet the kids at our orphanages, see projects first-hand, and maybe even take a trip to the beautiful Friendship Island.