Covid-19: At the intersection of fear and hope

Covid-19: At the intersection of fear and hope

Fear, Danger, Destruction: At a time of global and national crisis as Covid-19 continues to spread, Haitians are struggling with additional challenges that are hard for us to comprehend from the safety and comfort of Canada: rising gang violence, escalating political...
Update: Covid-19 in Haiti

Update: Covid-19 in Haiti

As communities around the world face the many burdens brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, Haiti, too, is struggling with unprecedented fear and uncertainty. As our partners and friends are braving yet another storm, we stand alongside them. Please read on for 3...
The Nursing Trip That Didn’t Happen

The Nursing Trip That Didn’t Happen

The Nursing Trip That Didn’t Happen  Sue Vodarek is a trip leader who normally would have taken a group of Georgian college nursing students to the Dominican Republic in the spring of 2020. Back on April 22, she wrote the following letter, which appears here...
Remembering the 2010 Haiti earthquake

Remembering the 2010 Haiti earthquake

We remember the Haiti earthquake. On January 12, 2010, a 7.0 earthquake struck 25 km southwest of the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince. The earthquake was one of the worst disasters this world has ever known, killing over 200,000 people and causing widespread damage...
20|20 Catch the Vision

20|20 Catch the Vision

Through the holiday season, many areas of Haiti have returned to relative calm. The remaining schools plan to open January 6th.   Despite the many hardships brought on by severe political unrest and economic crisis in 2019, our Haitian & Dominican partners &...
Family CURLING Event (Rayjon’s 3rd Annual)

Family CURLING Event (Rayjon’s 3rd Annual)

A big thank you to everyone who came out and supported Rayjon’s 3rd Annual Family Curling Event! on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th   Over 60 participants (including several first-time curlers!) enjoyed the friendly competition. IN TOTAL WE RAISED OVER $16,000 TO...