Our final full day in Haiti started just like all days in Haiti – to the sounds of roosters 🐓 and children. After spending some time with... Continue Reading
Weekends are for rest. For recuperation. For recreation. For sabbath. Except for Team Texas. The DG made us work. But that’s why we’re here, apparently. Brooks, David,... Continue Reading
We have 60 students still seeking sponsors for their 2016-2017 school year. Please read about our sponsorship options on our Sponsor a Student page. Here are 13... Continue Reading
Day 2 is in the books. We started off the day with what’s most important – devotional with the staff and the kids who aren’t in school.... Continue Reading
Team Texas has arrived and we are pumped to be back with our HATS family. David, Brooks and Julie are no longer the only veterans on the... Continue Reading
Last Tuesday Jovenel Moise was inaugurated as Haiti’s 58th president. One of his first executive orders was to give all the Haitian students in the country the... Continue Reading
Hi, Joan here. It is good to be back with Karen and the kids. It’s Saturday here on the compound and that means lots of time to... Continue Reading
Thank you Jim. 💕 Thank you for coming. Thank you for staying. Thank you for attempting to do anything asked of you – even filling in for... Continue Reading
There was a lot of good and routine stuff going on at HATS this week. The day to day operation runs seamlessly and much of the activities... Continue Reading
Yes, I know…. we have been back for nearly a week and this is my first blog. But it is not my fault. The Natcom internet provider... Continue Reading
It has been a week already and I haven’t posted anything. That is mainly because the internet seldom works and when it does it doesn’t work long... Continue Reading
Thank you so very much Dickie, Sandra and Shondi. Arrival at the mission site is very exciting for all of us here at HATS-Haiti. Leaving, however, is... Continue Reading
Blog by Sandra Wednesday, 4th Well our time at HATS this trip is coming to an end. We leave 5:30 AM tomorrow, Thursday, for Port Au Prince... Continue Reading
Blog by Sandra MacDonald I think Dickie wrote about our adventures up to Christmas Eve at noon. I will update from there. Christmas eve, Christmas Day We... Continue Reading
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at Hands Across the Sea! It’s the happiest time of the year – time for sponsor photos... Continue Reading
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