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: 04/29/2001
Country: Haiti
Gender: Female

Cedeline has come along in great ways since joining the HOLD Home and is doing well in school.  As one of the older children in the home, she is very helpful in managing the little ones.  Many of them look up to her like they would a mother.  So many of these children learn to provide for themselves and take care of themselves as soon as they can walk; at the HOLD Home they are able to become children again.  They are taught various responsibilities, but they are allowed to be kids.  Although Cedeline is older than most, she is still a child and we are grateful she has regained part of her

Let's look at all the children.


January 7, 2015 - Richard Rohde
God has provided the property for transitional homes that will begin preparing the older children to be successful when they leave the orphanage.  The older children will be transitioned into a cottage with six to eight children and a house parent.  They will learn how to care for a home and they will have some family responsibilities.  They will be taught how to tend a garden, raise animals and eventually learn a vocational skill that will help them be self-sufficient when they leave the Home.
December 8, 2014 - Courtney Rivera
Work on the wall is keeping men busy down in Lavaud, Haiti at our HOLD the Children Home.  There is still a ways to go, but so much has already been done!  All funds are accounted for, and the actual construction is moving right along.  Read the rest of this article to see a few photos of the progress. 
December 1, 2014 - Nathan Walters
My news feed is full today. So many people are so thankful. Today must be special. Friends are making statements of thanks for family, friends, jobs, benching RG3, and cars. One of my friends even posted a picture of a motorcycle cop flipping off the camera. The caption says, “Enjoy your bird”.  So witty.  I’m in the Dallas airport flying to Tecate, Mexico to spend time with a family that we build houses with. I often find myself in rooms filled with people going beyond themselves to do good in the world. I am thankful.