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Be inspired by stories of reckless faith from around the world. These stories encourage us to keep going, to never give up, until every child is known and loved.
AllHaitiInspirational LivingStories

Seeing a Need, Rising to Meet It

Kerby Abelard, the Facilities and Construction Manager for Back2Back Haiti’s site, stood outside the property on a hot, sunny day. As he stood still to rest for a moment, he noticed a small group of women walking. They carried large water jugs with them, empty as they moved from Canaan (the property across from Back2Back’s… Read more


AllHaitiInspirational LivingStaff Stories

An Exciting Haiti Announcement

Back2Back Haiti recently made an exciting announcement! Jimmy Francois, long-time staff member with Back2Back, was named the Site Director! Jimmy’s longevity with the organization and the dedication with which he has served the vulnerable child in Haiti made him a natural choice. Recently, Jimmy shared his feelings about accepting this new role. “Thank you for… Read more


AllHaitiInspirational LivingPartner Children's HomeStories

Seeing Everything Through Younger Eyes

Change and growth are inevitable parts of life. When partnering children’s homes welcome vulnerable children, they are hopeful for both change and growth. Recently, a partnering children’s home in Haiti experienced significant change. Three of the older boys entered the Hope Education Program and moved to a new space, with new faces. Around the same… Read more


AllHaitiInspirational LivingPartner Children's HomeStories

No Hits, No Hurts, Have Fun!

Sponsorship provides many things to children at partnering children’s homes around the world. Nutritious foods, a room to call their own, necessary school supplies, and spiritual development are just a few ways children receive care through dedicated giving. Another valuable piece of sponsorship and what it offers is medical care.  Recently, Eddyson Mardy, Back2Back staff,… Read more


AllHaitiInspirational LivingPartner Children's HomeStories

Planting Something of Their Very Own

Earth Day is an internationally recognized day that celebrates and demonstrates support for environmental protection. This year, children at a partnering children’s home in Haiti gathered with a local agronomist to celebrate Earth Day in a unique way. Weekenson Moise, Back2Back staff, wanted to celebrate the day and offer the children an investment opportunity in… Read more


AllHaitiInspirational LivingPartner Children's HomeStories

Always Looking Up

Pops of color and the waving streamers stuck out against a crisp, blue Haitian sky. Giggles from the children who fashioned the handmade kites rang out, and Back2Back staff took in the moment before explaining the purpose behind kite flying. It was an Easter celebration for children at a partnering children’s home, but the lessons… Read more


AllHaitiInspirational LivingPartner Children's HomeStories

“I Want to Learn Absolutely Everything!”

“I want to put all the things in my head,” his big, brown eyes were excited and earnest as he shared with Weekendson Moise, Back2Back staff. “I want to learn absolutely everything!”  Kirby*, along with the other children served in Haiti, has had two years of unpredictable school schedules. In 2019, the country succumbed to… Read more



AllHaitiInspirational LivingStoriesStrong Families

From Surviving to Flourishing

The Canaan community, across the busy stretch of highway from the Back2Back Haiti campus, has long received the fruits of relief efforts and donations. When the land was first purchased, staff dreamt of a day when they would work alongside families in the community and establish relationships and sustainability. Today, this vision is a reality…. Read more


AllHaitiInspirational LivingStaff StoriesStories

A Fond Farewell

If you have traveled to Haiti in the last eight years, you have had the privilege of meeting the Fudge family. They faithfully served the children of Haiti and worked alongside national staff, growing the site into what it is today.  At the end of February, the Haiti staff and children gave a celebratory send-off… Read more


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