Meet Jimmy

Meet Jimmy

We would like to introduce you to Jimmy. Who is Jimmy? Jimmy is greatly respected (and equally feared) among the community of street children in Port au Prince, Haiti. He runs Zanfan Lakay, a home of 83 former street children. These children, who once had no one...

Tip of the Week: 2/15 – 2/21 2015

image 1 – Never be afraid to get creative with your space. We used old wheelbarrows as temporary planters until melon is ready to transplant. image 2- Germinate seeds on a wet napkin (in a bag or sealed container) for a few days to avoid planting...
Rooftop Exansion Update

Rooftop Exansion Update

The new seedlings are growing fast! We got some of them transplanted into the new expansion this past week. The lettuce plants that produced so much for the orphanage are seeding, which is great news! That means that we got to teach them how to harvest the seeds. We...
Go Big or Go Home

Go Big or Go Home

Things have been a little crazy here in Haiti the past week or so with political demonstrations and transportation strikes. It has made getting out to get supplies difficult. But, the rooftop expansion is in full swing and we are excited to share the progress with you!

Join us in Haiti

Join us in Haiti

We are back in Haiti! We are often asked “Why Haiti?” and while the need here is fairly well known since the 2010 earthquake, we are inviting you to join us on this journey! See for yourself how we are transforming lives in this country by following along...
Meet Johnny Pepper

Meet Johnny Pepper

Meet Johnny Pepper. His “real” name is Jonathan and he was found in the trash in Port au Prince, Haiti about 3 weeks ago. He is malnourished and starving to death. Johnny Pepper is the reason that we do what we do. By making healthy, nutritous food...
Seeds & Solutions in Haiti

Seeds & Solutions in Haiti

Last week, we visited our project sites, took some measurements, and started over 300 seeds – they are cropping up nicely! We are partnering with an organization here in Haiti called SOIL for our soil/compost. They help with issues in Haiti by providing jobs,...