Sleeping on a cement floor, the children were malnourished and ill from drinking contaminated water. Their distended bellies were full of worms. And they would change Debbie Harvey's life forever.
Check out the new video highlighting our Mission Trip to Haiti in June 2015!
Helping Haitian Angels’ Breathtaking Blessings of 2014
Dear HHA Friends,
As you prepare to celebrate your Thanksgiving Holiday, we wish you and your families joy and prosperity. Gratitude explodes from our hearts when we see all that […]
Wait for it….wait for it… It happened…it really happened!
I sit here not knowing where to begin with all Gods blessings so far this week.
We have prayed through every meeting, discussion, job offer, and through every […]
Happy 50th Birthday Debbie!
Happy Birthday Debbie
Love, your Kay Anj family!
Bonjou HHA friends and family,
Debbie turns 50 on March 6! We want to surprise her for her Birthday… We would love it if you would […]
A Day of Awakening
Posted by Sarah Maurer on September 20th, 2013
Today, my children got an amazing, firsthand lesson in being Jesus to those who live nearby. Some neighborhood kids had had no drinking […]
Harvey was one of seven women who received the 2011 Toyota Tribute to Working Women Award. In conjunction with WJLA-TV, Toyota’s award honors women from Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia who have made a […]
Visit the Helping Haitian Angels Global Giving Page
Starting on September 1st, Helping Haitian Angels will begin a month long challenge organized through “Global Giving” in an effort to raise funds for our children in Haiti. […]
Our amazing, loving, funny missionary living in Haiti was back in town for a couple weeks and spoke at Park Valley Church in Haymarket, VA. last weekend. Click on the link below.
The Flying Squirrel is a graceful (ahem…) yet technical entrance dive of sorts, that for me, only exists in the pool of the Mont Joli hotel. It’s a very Debbie Harvey sort of thing, as […]
Our trip photos
Dear Friends of Helping Haitian Angels,
Our wonderful team of volunteers (HHA family) returned home last night from a very emotional and fulfilling week in Haiti. God blessed us with the time to “get vertical” […]
Inspectors with the Ministry of Public Works have also tagged 120,000 homes with yellow paint, meaning the structures are damaged but repairable. International donors, including the U.S. government, have helped renovate just 6,000 homes in […]
Courtesy Photo/Helping Haitian Angels
Two years after the earthquake, Angels are still in Haiti
By Michelle Baker
Source: Gainesville Times
THURSDAY, JANUARY 26 2012
The world stopped briefly earlier this month to note the second year anniversary of the devastating […]
Linsey sent an update for you all tonight! I hope you all have a wonderful, memorable Christmas with your friends and families!
It was great having our Founder, Debbie and my friend Lisa […]
Barrel Oak Winery and Helping Haitian Angels Fundraiser
You’re all invited to a fun night of sipping fabulous wines, great food, amazing bands and awesome auction gifts!! Please come on November 5th from 5:30-9:30 to Barrel […]
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
(There’s still time to invite your friends and family too!)
HHA Wine Festival 2011 @ Barrel Oak
AUCTIONS, FOOD, FUN, MUSIC, & WINE all benefiting Helping Haitian Angels!
COMING UP ON
Saturday, November 5th
Dear HHA Volunteers, Supporters, & Friends and Family,
We are thrilled to announce the release of our new HHA website!
You can check out our upcoming fundraising events, Angels blog, recent trip photos/videos, sponsorship info., corporate partners, […]
Today is the one year anniversary of massive earthquake shook Haiti on January 12, 2010. In less than 40 seconds, most of Port-au-Prince was in ruins. More than 100,000 homes and buildings collapsed, hillsides crumbled, […]
Our Second Annual Yard Sale will be here before we know it!! It will be held on Saturday, April 30, 2011.
Please start sending us your donations now!! Go through your closets, attic, basement and garage! […]
In just 30 hours Bill and I and 12 wonderful volunteers leave for Port au Prince, Haiti. We will stay in PaP and try to take in the devastation of the earthquake that struck a […]
Dear Friends and Family,
We cannot thank you enough for supporting our trip Cap Haitien, Haiti. We truly appreciate your prayers, donations, and financial contributions. As expected, our trip to Haiti was a life changing experience […]
We just returned home after 8 days in Cap Haitien with an amazing group of volunteers that Bill and I now call family.
Most had never been to Haiti. They were touched by the culture, the […]
Today we mark six months since the 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti and devastated the capital, Port-au-Prince. It left more than 300,000 people dead and destroyed 280,000 homes and businesses. Millions continue to struggle today. Recovery […]
We are teaching our Kay Anj kids to sew! Thanks to Denise for donating 3 treadle sewing machines in her mothers name. In Haiti when girls are old enough to leave an orphanage […]
What a gift! 10 days ago I got a call from Natalie (she found HHA in March on Google and needed an orphanage for 6 siblings to live after the quake) in Charlotte, NC. She […]
May is a very busy month for HHA… we know you’ve gotten lots of correspondence from us. We promise it won’t go on forever!
Take a break from cooking dinner tomorrow and come have dinner at […]
500,000 or so Christian Haitians taking to the streets in Cap Haitian asking God for mercy. It was a prayer walk for the future of Haiti. The march stretched for miles. […]
Thanks to all who attended our first annual “Heart for Haiti Luncheon and Fashion Show”. So many to thank… thank you John and Joe Cusato of Sunset Crest Manor for donating your beautiful location for […]
Our Heart for Haiti Valentines luncheon and fashion show is being moved to…
FEBRUARY 19th! Same time, same place… different date due to impending snow storm (another one!)
If you have not signed up, please go […]
A Happy Homecoming From Haiti!
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A pastor and his wife from Haymarket, Va. are back home from Haiti along with their adopted son, Sterly. The process of getting back was anything but […]
It’s the best day ever!!! Sterly has his visa, his new mommy and daddy and is booking his flight home to Warrenton, Va. to meet his new grandma, grandpa, aunts and uncles!!! Congrats to Liz […]
The gifts keep coming even at this time when so many are struggling financially. Imagine getting a phone call late at night and the woman on the other end of the phone is excitedly telling […]
On Thanksgiving Day we’re thankful for
Our blessings all year through,
For family we dearly love,
For good friends, old and new.For sun to light and warm our days,
For stars that glow at night,
For trees of green […]
First, thanks to the generosity of HHA donors, all 28 children started school in October!
They started school late because there was some much needed plus minor construction work being done on the school building. The […]
Major projects we hope to accomplish on this trip are to install a solar panel and 12-24 volt DC pump to get water, from the ground cistern used to collect rain water and water supplied […]
It’s been an incredible first year and we have reached so many meaningful milestones!
Our angels are healthy, they are eating, they are cared for, they have medical attention, a new orphanage, new staff and enrolled […]
I had to ask myself this question last January when I went to Haiti for the first time. I was working outside with a team made up of Haitians and Americans. It was hard work, […]
So I’m a stay at home mom and treasurer for Helping Haitian Angels… which sounds like I should have so much time to do all sorts of things – but my goodness the days do […]
I had a friend send me a link to this event (and since I am a total nerd when it comes to art shows especially multi-media), I can’t help but “nerd” out (by that I […]
Donations of all sizes especially monthly donations are vital to the longevity of Helping Haitian Angels, since 100% of the donations are sent to care for & educate the impoverished children at Kay Anj House!
HHA becomes an official 501(c)3 (non-profit) organization!
I’ve found more often than not the old adage: “it’s not what you know but who you know” is true.
When I volunteered to put together HHA’s packet for tax […]
Missions – Make a World of Difference!
It was a wonderful evening of fellowship, fun, and families all coming together to support 4 missions at Park Valley Church in Haymarket, Va. Over 370 people came for […]
Sunday May 31st, 5pm at the Boy Scout Camp Snyder in Haymarket, VA.
You’re invited to a wonderful FUN FAMILY event! Enjoy the sounds of Restless Street Band, wonderful spaghetti dinner prepared by A La Carte […]
We wanted to send you all some pictures of the adorable children at our Morne Rouge orphanage.
Our trip was wonderful, sad, frustrating, emotional, fun, trying, etc. We learned a lot. Liz Warren, April Farms […]
While we’re all getting ready for Christmas with our families we are also thinking about and preparing for our trip to visit with the children of Morne Rouge on January 17th. We’ll be in Haiti […]
Dr. Eugene Maklin visits the children at Morne Rouge (used to be Beree) every Saturday. He takes their vital signs and looks for signs of malnutrition, etc.
He doesn’t always have the medications necessary for the […]