For the last 10 years Three Angels has reached some of the most at-risk families and orphans in Haiti.
Our integrated programs work to address the whole person and the whole family. Our school has yielded great success for our students. Our job development program has given parents a dignified opportunity to provide for their families. Leadership classes and spiritual development have produced healthier relationships. The medical clinic has led to healthier bodies. For those children who have been abandoned, we provide a safe, loving home until they can be placed with a family. Our deep commitment to the families in our neighborhood has established a high level of trust within our community. Our desire is to walk along side of these families and help them establish roots that run deep and form ties that bind.
Home is the heart of the family.
The majority of our key programs occur at our Delmas 91 location in Pétion-ville. This is the heart of Three Angels. By planting roots and expanding our campus, we are poised for growth.
We can increase capacity at our school by constructing additional classrooms on the existing footprint. We can also improve quality by extending instruction hours (currently the students have to split the day due to space constraints).
Three Angels can provide more meals to the student population with an expanded kitchen.
With the addition of a multipurpose ‘Family Center’, we can offer additional programs such as adult education, vocational training and expand the reach of our leadership and community healthcare classes.
The clinic will provide medical care and health education for over 200 local families, the students of our school, and the growing orphanage.
This capital project will allow us to stand strong and remain rooted in the community. It will provide a long-term location for our neighbors to experience the love of Jesus through tangible service and to see their lives improve. We are seeing entire families transformed at Three Angels. Our desire is to replicate this success and bring wholeness to more hurting families.
Slideshow from demolition of the condemned Angel House building after the earthquake of 2012 to the construction of the new Family Center