Help for Haiti, Inc.


HFH is working to help the thousands of residents living in the NW between Port de Paix and Jean Rabel.  Clean water from mountain sources runs through miles of pipe each day to fill HFH’s  7 large cisterns that supply water to 14 water stations serving 26 villages.


Help For Haiti focuses on immediate needs to help reduce the suffering and hunger, then proceeds to long term projects, such as schools and water development that can change the future of so many of Haiti’s families and children.


HFH operates 5 schools in the NW and in Cite Soleil including a school for handicapped children and a baby nutrition center to target poor development in children under age three who suffer from malnutrition.

Disaster Relief

Since 2010, Help for Haiti has distributed over 634 ocean containers of donated relief aid including  items such as food, water, clothing, tools, bedding,  hygiene supplies and supplies for schools and hospitals to hundreds of their own projects and also  to other US based  missions groups.

Our Mission

Orphan Care

Help For Haiti provides food and supplies every month to 38 agencies  throughout areas of Haiti which include orphanages, hospitals, children lunch programs, handicapped groups and a family nutrition program in Cite Soleil.

Meet Our Team

Pastor Jean Lafortune

Vice Pres. & Logistics Director

Sandra Koch

Founder & Executive Director

Help For Haiti (HFH) is a faith-based 501(c)(3)/Nonprofit/NGO working in Haiti since 1995. 

HFH is located at Santo 12, #22, Port au Prince and provides food and relief aid to over 56 groups every month including orphanages, churches, elderly groups, clinics, schools, handicapped groups and several entire villages. HFH projects focus on education, clean water, nutrition, orphan care, disaster response, and community development.  Working in many areas of Port au Prince, Cite Soleil, L’Azile,  Jeremie,  Massaide and many smaller village located in the NW mountains of Sauval, Fon Lectin, Lacombe, Riveacola and LaCoup, HFH makes a difference in the lives of thousands of people each day.