Empower Youth, Boys, and Girls in Haiti Contribution to MDG 3: Empowering Youth, Boys and Girls What is the problem and how can Sports For … [Continue Reading]


Today, we face a moral challenge to eliminate the ongoing tragedy of world hunger. Basic math tells us this hunger is preventable. Our world of 6 … [Continue Reading]


The Universal Declaration on Volunteering Muhammad Ali once stated, "Wars of nations are fought to change maps. But wars of poverty are fought to map … [Continue Reading]

Call to Action in Haiti

“Angel” Companies Make Donating Free The Illiterate Is the New Slavery in Haiti Haiti is poor. Arguably, it is the poorest nation in the … [Continue Reading]


These are the words of E.E. Hale, who enrolled at Harvard University at the age of 13.  Hale was an American author and historian.  More … [Continue Reading]

Can Something As Simple As A Drinking Bottle Save the Life of a Child?  Indubitably – YES!
"I am only one, but I am one.  I cannot do everything, but I can do something.  And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do."

September 2012, Maryland –  WebFirst, Inc. and the HavServe Volunteer Network (HavServe) have formed a strategic partnership to improve classroom … [Continue Reading]


 Faith.  How much do you risk on "faith" for the benefit of another?  HavServe volunteers are all unpaid. The workers give countless hours to … [Continue Reading]

Isaac Storm in Lebrun - Haiti


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Proper nutrition is a crucial factor in the healthy cognitive development of a child. In Haiti, chronic malnutrition affects 24% of children under the age of five and rises as high as 40% for children living in the poorest of areas. … [Read More...]

Beth Ann Hilton

Q&A with Beth Ann Hilton, The B Company Contribution: Promoting Volunteerism

Meet Beth Ann Hilton – Contribution: Promoting Volunteerism and inspiring the largest commitment of pro bono service in the Reconstruction of … [Read More...]


Mother and Child

Date: May 1, 2012 To: The Government of Haiti & all decision makers From: The Unborn Child from rural Haiti RE:  Maternal Health of  My Future Mom’s … [Read More...]


Promoting Access and Quality Education for ALL children Millennium Development Goal 2: Achieving Universal Primary Education

As children, many of us faced challenges in our educational journey. From waking up early in the morning, to dealing with the stress of homework loads … [Read More...]


Teacher Sponsorship Program Millennium Development Goal 2: Achieving Universal Primary Education

Helping other people always implies resignation from something you owe for their sake. While most volunteers dedicate their time to work on site, … [More...]

Last Day in Haiti!

 February 28, 2013 -- Lebrun Village, Haiti. It is hard to put into words our last day in Haiti.   The day began with a celebration with all of … [More...]

Sixth Day In Haiti!

 February 27, 2013 -- - Lebrun Village, Haiti. Today was our sixth day in Haiti. We spent the morning observing in classrooms. I saw teachers … [More...]

Fifth Day In Haiti!

 February 26, 2013 -- - Lebrun Village, Haiti. Our fifth day in Haiti began with a big breakfast because we knew we had a long walk to the Larintrie … [More...]

Fourth Day In Haiti!

February 25, 2013 -- - Lebrun Village, Haiti. Fourth day in Haiti spent working with grade 2 students teaching mathematics.   A bit tricky when … [More...]

Third Day In Haiti!

February 24, 2013 - Lebrun Village, Haiti.   Third day in day in Haiti began with another walk along the rocky trail to the Nan Sable Community … [More...]

Second Day In Haiti!

February 23, 2013 - Lebrun Village, Haiti.   Had a wonderful second full day in Haiti. Spent the morning hiking on a rocky trail to the Nan Sable … [More...]

First Day In Haiti!

February 22, 2013 - Lebrun Village, Haiti.   Spent the day touring some schools in Haiti in the village of Lebrun, and working with the teachers … [More...]