HOLD the Children HOME

Did you know HOLD the Children operates an orphanage in Haiti?
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HOLD the children operates in Jamaica, Guatemala and Haiti and is a division of Mission Discovery, Inc. HOLD the children's operations are always expanding. HOLD is currently supporting seven schools in Haiti, two in Jamaica and one in Guatemala.

Featured Child

Birthday: 11/10/2008
Country: Haiti
Gender: Female

Franz Escar came to the HOLD Home in September 2013.  She was living with a pastor in Mole St. Nicholas following the death of her mother.  Pastors often are left with children that are either orphaned through the death of a mother or abandoned on the church steps.  Life is very hard in Haiti and children often pay a very heavy cost.  There are more than 450,000 orphans in Haiti.

Let's look at all the children.


October 2, 2014 - Courtney Rivera
  "Our dream has been for several years....to expand what we provide for the kids including playgrounds, transitional homes, gardens, and a lot of things we envision..."  God has given us this property in the last few months and we are so excited about where God is taking HOLD the Children in this community! Video of Block by Block
September 23, 2014 - Richard Rohde
            God has been doing exciting things so far this year.  The new water filtration system is up and running for the community of Lavaud.  Solar panels provide power for the water system and also for lights at the orphanage.  The new parcel of land for the transitional housing has been purchased and the security wall will soon be started.
August 27, 2014 - Richard Rohde
Preparing kids for life after the Orphanage has always been the ultimate purpose of the HOLD the Children Home.  Rescuing lonely, hungry and abused children is a critical step in bringing hope to orphaned and abandoned children in Haiti, but the ultimate vision is to make a difference in Haiti through the lives of restored children.  Haiti is a broken country that will only be changed through a generation of children that are educated, skilled and encouraged to make a difference.  If only basic sustenance and care are provided the children until they are old enough to leave the Hom