​​Haiti:  Dec 16-23, 2018 Christmas in Haiti

Grenada: May 21-27, 2019, Health Education, CPR

Haiti:  July 28- Aug 04, 2019 Medical Mission, Soccer Camp

Haiti:  Dec 12-15, 2019 Christmas in Haiti

Clinique Helping Hands Making Progress!

Accessible and affordable quality medical care for the people of the Miragoane community and its surrounding neighborhoods. Staffed by 2 Haitian physicians, 1 registered nurse, 1 nursing assistant, and 1 lab tech.  

medical service/mobile clinic

Working in partnership with local officials, medical professionals, churches and schools. Our medical program offers medical treatment to most of whom have never seen a doctor, especially those of underprivileged areas.

soccer program

A social, educational and recreational outlet for the community and its surroundings. Cleats, shin guards, socks, goalie gloves, goalie jerseys, practice jerseys, shorts, sneakers and soccer balls are collected and donated.


youth program

Youth enrichment camp, offering sports, arts and crafts, music, dance, field trips, life skills, personal growth, and team/esteem-building activities to boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years old.


Dear Friends,

YOU ARE AMAZING. Because of you, 2016 was the best year yet!

It is with great pleasure to personally return from my 20th mission to Haiti to express gratitude for your tremendous efforts and generosity.  Our Disaster Response mission was a success because you cared.  You cared enough to mobilize efforts of goods from your family, community and beyond.  Because of your kind efforts, we serviced over 532 families, providing them with food, clothing, shoes, blankets, hygiene supplies, tents and medical assistance.  The icing on the cake; Christmas Party for over 500 children from 2 different locations participated.  Oh! what a blessing and a joy that was.  Lastly, we are elated! Elated because we were able to install the solar system that will provide access to sustainable energy in our clinic.  No more flashlight medicine!

2018 Highlighted

  • We had a successful Mission in July serving over 2000
  • Built partial periphery wall for clinic.
  • Purchased new lab equipment.
  • Installed clean energy, a solar system that will enhance our medical service providing sustainable energy. 
  • Expanded our Clinique to include a rehabilitation center & pediatric ward. 
  • Traveled with 28 volunteers. 
  • Hired and provide a salary to over 35 Haitian workers.

October 31, 2016

Dear Friends,

It is very hard for most of us to imagine losing our home, crops, livestock and everything else we own, in a matter of seconds. As you know, the recent Hurricane Matthew in Haiti has incurred much damage and hardship on the lives of many residents.

On behalf of Helping Hands and Beyond (HHB) and those we serve, thank you to all who have contributed to the Hurricane Matthew disaster relief fund. We are profoundly grateful.  In coordination with the  local agencies and Helping Hands Clinic Du Nazareen, we were able to mobilize immediate assistance. Staff members were in Haiti during the hurricane making initial assessments of the emergent needs of the community and providing relief aid. 

With your support and you generous donations, to date, HHB has provided relief aid to help more than 1,000 victims of the devastating Hurricane Matthew.  We’ve provided hygiene kits, food and clothing distribution, counseling, medical assistance and tools that restore hope for a quick recovery.  Thanks to you, the victims are beginning to see a light of hope.

Once again, on behalf of those who benefited from your generosity, please accept our deepest appreciation and hope that you will lend a helping hand in our future projects also.  Rest assured it will be used to help  families toward a measure of stability.


​Helping Hands and Beyond Staff


We are delighted with the solar system that will provide access to sustainable energy in our clinic. 


Oct 23-30 2016 & dEC 11-18, 2016

"Se la pou w la.. being here during the hurricane gave me a different perspective on life. We were out early this am doing the little that we can to help the community by handing zip lock bags, protein bars, picking up books and furniture at local schools; picking up debris off the street.  The disaster here is just tremendous. Gas station collapsed, school roof tops gone, an entire community flooded, all their crops/plantations gone, water covered the main national roads, people taking shelter on higher ground wherever they can... In the days to come, people will sure need a lot more assistance!!!"  Bergson

Established in November 2009, with the desire to extend unconditional, compassionate care to the vulnerable, disadvantage and the impoverished.  Our aim is to foster wholeness for all peoples.