Get Involved!

Donate

United States: Click www.nphusa.org/StDamien

Europe: Click http://www.nph.org then select office or select home country on the bottom left

International Volunteer Program

United States: The Friends International Volunteer Program sends qualified individuals, couples and families to support the staff and children living in the homes of Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos in Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru. For more information, click http://www.nphusa.org/s/769/social.aspx?pgid=322

Outside the US: Go to http://www.nph.org/ws/volunteers/index.php?lang=en


10 thoughts on “Get Involved!

  1. I was wondering if there is any way that you could use new clothes for pre-school sized children. I sew a great deal and have been making lightweight dresses, shorts and two-piece outfits for donation to Haiti or Peru. If you would be interested in distributing these to children who use your services, I will be more than happy to ship them. Please let me know if these items can be used, or if I should find another place for them.

    Sincerely,

    Katherine Smith
    St. Louis, Missouri USA

  2. Hello, My name is Connie Messinger. I live in Michigan and have been to visit 3 times, once since the quake. I am a retired OR first assistant and would to come and volunteer at your hospital. Is there a place for someone like me. I have a love for Haiti and have a Haitian who lives with us and we sending him to school. Could you let me know. Blessings Connie I wll leave my cell phone number and home phone. 989 430 7210 989 631 5169

  3. I visited you just after the earthquake as I was working with another organisation in Port-au-Prince. I am a qualified nurse who has worked mostly with children – I also have a long record of working with children with HIV in Africa – providing psychosocial counselling. I would love to volunteer at your hospital for the christmas period Dec – Jan – 2-3 weeks. Please let me know.

    Many thanks
    Colette

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  5. i am a registered nurse, i have worked mostly in Medical Surgical area.i am haitian i speak english, creole and french, beside nursing i can do varieties of arts and crafts, including sewing, crochets, making jewelries, painting, and much more.i plan to come and live in Haiti after i pay off my debts. i have no money but i have many skills. Any suggestions as to how to serve my country. i really don’t know much about Haiti: i left the country when i was barely 16 years old, i only went back once; about 26 years ago. i am now 52 years old.. Thanks and God bless!!

    • Hi Kettly,
      Thanks for your interest in volunteering with us in Haiti. I would like to refer to you the correct volunteer coordinator. Could you please tell me if you are in the US or another country? You can email me directly at ad.ht@nph.org and I’ll connect you to the correct person.
      Thanks again and God Bless,
      Robin Forestal
      Assistant Director Special Projects

  6. call me im a pharmacy tech from riverside california. my cell number is 951-254-0482 if i dont answer call my moms (rita) 951 2616810
    and my father(Paul) is 951 261-6808 /
    i am willing to donate my time just give me a call im 21 years old .
    email henrymorales64@msn.com call me thanks

    • Thanks Henry for your interest! Your information has been forwarded onto the volunteer coordinators and we will contact you if we see have a current need.
      Thanks again and God Bless,
      Robin Forestal

  7. I’ve helped ship supplies to Mother Theresa’s missions in Haiti for 15 years and have been there to work twice last year. After raising nine children, I’ve graduated from nursing school, passing my boards last month, I’m now a Registered Nurse. I would like to return to Haiti and work full time in the future. I read the article in The Sunday Visitor about Fr. Rick and St. Daimien’s Hospital and would like information on how I could possibly be of service there. …………..Blessings, Phyllis Shoemaker

  8. I was so touched by the photo of the smiling little boy, it appeared on the Facebook page of my friends, The Passionist Priests, today. God bless the child and the Mango Room…and your further alignment with St. Jude’s. You are doing what really matters in this world…you put all I go through as an actor in NYC in humble perspective…we must all help…and help some more. Again, God’s abundant blessings upon you and your children and their families.

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