New Project Caring for Malnourished, Premature and Abandoned Babies

A Child’s Refuge has partnered with a critically-needed child survival center and orphanage near Port-au-Prince, Haiti. We are working to raise support to help them care for the premature, malnourished and abandoned babies in their care. They have immediate and constant needs for clean water, baby formula and diapers.

The center, God’s Littlest Angels, services the most vulnerable and critically ill babies in Haiti. Doctors and clinics all over Haiti refer babies in need of intensive nursing care and nutritional support to them. Their facility includes a fully functioning nursery with incubators, warming beds, and the capability to provide oxygen, intravenous fluids, and monitoring suFort_Jacque_houses_March_2012pport for critically ill infants.

ACR is also raising funds help GLA complete construction of a new clinic and home at Fort Jacques, Haiti. We support their vision to create a facility of small group homes instead of a large institutionalized building to better meet the orphans’ physical and psychological needs and growth. So far, GLA has built two staff homes, a garage/shop, warehouse, and a barn for storage. Work is underway on the Toddler Homes (to house 10 children with two caregivers each), and plans are in place for a central school house with an all purpose room that will be used as both a dining area and play area.

If you would like to help us ensure the orphaned, abandoned and most critically ill children of Haiti have a safe place to heal and grow, we welcome your gift of any amount. ACR is entirely volunteer run with an overhead of less than one percent. We are blessed to assure our friends that all monies received go directly to the needy children and families for whom it is intended. Just visit our giving page to partner with us. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

For the children!

Kristie

Photo credit: God’s Littlest Angels
Any funds received in excess of a project’s budget will go toward other current projects.