CT Walks For Haiti runs an annual walk-a-thon and festival to fund the projects of charities working in Haiti. Since 2010, CT Walks For Haiti has raised over $195,000 for educational, medical and nutritional programs. Our TENTH annual walk and festival will take place on April 27, 2019.

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Saturday, April 27, 2019

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Registration: 10:30 a.m.
Walk: 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Music, crafts, food, silent auction:
10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
St. Peter Claver parish center
47 Pleasant St.
West Hartford, CT
Rain or Shine!

CT Walks For Haiti is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization. We are completely run by volunteers, and any/all donations go directly to the charities.

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Participating Charities

The 2019 walk will fund the following projects:

Haitian Health Foundation

HHF's mission is to improve the well-being of women, children, families and communities in rural southwestern Haiti through healthcare services, education, and programs such as construction of homes and distribution of animals. HHF's umbrella covers over 250,000 vulnerable people in Jeremie and 105 mountain villages. For over 30 years, HHF has been Changing Lives - One Person at a Time.

GOAL

$6,000 to provide 40 breeding goats for impoverished families in the villages of greater Jeremie helping them move closer to self-sufficiency.

Medical Aid to Haiti

Medical Aid to Haiti, Inc. (MATH) is a Connecticut based, non-profit charitable organization with the following mission: Helping Haitians heal Haitians by providing needed resources for the care and treatment of their poor. MATH is seeking contributions for its recently established mobile medical clinic in Haiti. The mobile clinic and its Haitian staff operate in and around Port au Prince, Haiti on a regular basis to provide a desperately needed continuum of care. Please visit our website at www.medicalaidtohaiti.org.

GOAL

$6,000 to fund 2.5 months supply of medications for the clinic pharmacy in Port-au-Prince.

Haitian Humanitarian Network

For 15 years Haitian Humanitarian Network has supported the start up, growth and expansion of the Erline and Armelle Medical Clinic in Beaulieu; the all-Haitian staff provides healthcare in a remote area to over 200 villagers a month in an area where there are no medical services, transportation or electricity. It is a community asset supporting the rebuilding of hurricane-destroyed homes and school scholarships.

GOAL

$6,000 to rebuild Hurricane Matthew-destroyed latrines, a community health issue in Beaulieu.

Outreach to Haiti

Outreach to Haiti supports around 200 students with scholarships, allowing them to attend schools and universites and to receive medical care. Outreach runs a clinic that treats more than 4000 people annually. It provides asistance to two orphanages, a school and nutrition programs for malnourished infants, children and expectant mothers. For more then 25 years, Outreach has administered a twinning program that brings together parishes, schools and orphanages in Haiti with parishes, a high school and other US organizations. Please visit our website at www.outreachtohaiti.org.

GOAL

$6,000 to fund our Port-au-Prince clinic's malnutrition program for infants and pregnant women deemed medically malnourished by WHO standards..

Camp Hispaniola Inc.

Camp Hispaniola, Inc. provides children in Pernier and those living in bateyes, the sugar plantations, a place to enjoy exciting activities in a safe environment. The 10-day camp includes arts, crafts, music, poetry, dance and sports. Two delicious meals are served, including one hot one. Each camper receives a kit: T-shirt, backpack, flip-flops, toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, underwear and washcloth.

GOAL

$6,000 to buy food to feed 500 campers, 60 counselors and 12 cooks for 10 days.

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