HANDS OF THE CARIBBEAN, INC.
As a God Parent of one of our sponsored children you will be making a real difference by helping stop the hunger and provide them with a shelter.
Access to education is a basic human right. It reduces poverty and child labor and offers the tools needed to succeed in life. We provide long-term educational grants for the young women to attend vocational school.
Hands of the Caribbean does not wish to display only the negative issues facing the Islands, we wish to do the opposite. We want our supporters to lend a strong helping hand to the people of the Caribbean.
Let’s put an end to poverty world-wide!
Hands of the Caribbean Inc., a nonprofit 501 c3 organization founded in 2008 by Flaurance Fofo Voltaire a Native Haitian herself, from Ley Cayes, Haiti. She is currently living in Albuquerque New Mexico and has been for over 30 years. Her vision has always been to help the people of her country, and what better way than by education. Her motto has always been to teach them to fish vs. giving them a fish.
Fofo is an active member in many different organizations including Rotary Club of Albuquerque, Links International, and many more.
Hands of the Caribbean Inc. was organized to help people who have fallen between the cracks in the Caribbean Countries. In 2010 the focus point was the Earthquake victims of Haiti. From 2012 to present day, our focus point has been education, to help those who have fallen between the cracks to learn to survive and make a future for their families.
2017 Hands of the Caribbean Inc. conducted a sidewalk sale which the proceeds went to help the victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
A commercial truck with over $30,000 worth of medical supplies, wheel chairs, toiletries, clothing, tents, camping stoves, imperishable foods, canes, tarps and a Commercial Grade Water Purification System.
The Commercial Grade Water Purification System is providing water to over 25,000 people.
Medical X-Ray Machine was sent to Haiti.
30 plus graduates.
Hands of The Caribbean Inc.
mission & vision
After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, we were able to supply a water purifier system that can generate 3500 liters of fresh water daily to a school of 300 children and it's surrounding community.