Rotary Clubs from around the world have actively been supporting the Promise for Haiti mission in Pignon. Rotary has built and is supporting St. Collette's Christian School in Santiak, is providing funds for the nearly completed Prosthetics Lab and Clinic, is providing a grant to upgrade and replace the septic system at the hospital and has funded numerous other projects in and around the hospital.
Project Haiti is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to medical care, education and related services in Haiti since 1992. Their efforts are directed entirely toward equipment, supplies and personnel support at Hospital Bienfaisance.
Mission of Hope
Mission of Hope is a non-profit organization composed of volunteers who package meals for delivery to starving people around the world. Individuals, businesses, schools, churches and various civic organizations have come together to show the nation and the world what people who truly care can accomplish.
HERO - Healthcare Equipment Recycling Organization
HERO, based in Fargo, ND, partners with Promise for Haiti and Fargo Medical Mission to collect and gather healthcare equipment to be donated to Hospital Bienfaisance. Their invaluable program helps the hospital maintain steady supplies and get supplies that are not available in Haiti.
Caring Friends in Deed
Caring Friends in Deed partners with Promise for Haiti and Hospital Beinfaisance to provide needed help at the hospital in the form of equipment, training, and personnel support.
Wilcox Travel works alongside PFH to provide travel agent services to all travelers to Haiti. They provided much discounted airfare and ease of planning for individuals or groups coming to Pignon
Fargo Medical Mission
Fargo Medical Mission is dedicated to improving healthcare delivery in the village of Pignon by providing new and recycled medical supplies, teaching the local health providers and providing surgery to the people which is otherwise not available.
USAID has been instrumental in the vaccination programs and healthcare support of the Hospital Bienfaisance
LLoyd Jarmon's Vet Team - Dr. Jarmon is a veterinarian at All God's Creatures from Houston, TX who comes to Pignon annually to vaccinate animals and take care of animals in need.
Waller Family Eye Care (Dr. Bailey would like to but is not sure what her and Caleb's future holds so at this moment she cannot commit) - Dr. Tara Bailey is an optometrist from Waller, TX who screens the students eyes and dispenses prescription eyeglasses at our nine primary schools around Pignon.
Haiti Eye Mission - Dr. Lance Bergstrom, an eye surgeon from Fargo, ND, has been coming to Pignon annually since 2012. His team provides eye screenings, eyeglass and sunglass dispensing, cataract surgery, glaucoma and medical treatment of eye diseases to over 1,200 residents of the Pignon area.
Meredith Drive Reformed Church - Over the past several decades, this congregation from Des Moines, IA has served in many ways around Pignon including the building and naming of one of our nine Christian primary schools.
Emory Haiti Alliance - Since 2017, medical students of the Emory University School of Medicine assist faculty surgeons and surgery residents on complex surgical procedures. These surgical trips have developed into a month-long global surgery elective for senior medical students.The size of the teams has also increased to approximately 40 members, encompassing Emory anesthesiology, general surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and urology faculty; medical students; surgery residents; and mid-level practitioners.
CRUDEM - Hôpital Sacré Coeur (HSC) is a private hospital in the North of Haiti. Located in the town of Milot. This hospital has provided service for almost 30 years. HSC and our hospital in Pignon (HBP) have partnered many times to help patients in need. Their moto: Creating a healthier Haiti, one dignified life at a time.
World Health Partnerships - a non-profit organization committed to providing medical care and mental health education to allow people in underserved countries the foundation for improved physical, mental, and spiritual lives.
World Wide Labs - a non-profit organization assisting clinical labs in mission hospitals and clinics in developing countries with equipment, supplies, training and software.
Faith Comes by Hearing
- To record and provide the Word of God in every translated language. They provide solar powered proclaimers loaded with the New Testament spoken in Haitian Creole for our hospital patients, schools, pastoral training and more.
Gaston Community Foundation - a non-profit organization that assists in providing for charitable causes you care for the most. They help us manage funds and build endowments.
Interplast - a group of like-minded people sharing a spirit for redistributing medical resources through direct care of persons who do not have access to surgery, the education of the professionals already involved, and the development of valid research applicable to improving these conditions.
KLOVE - To create compelling media that inspires and encourages you to have a meaningful relationship with Christ.
- We believe healthcare is a basic human right. Together with our partners, we’re committed to supporting global health and making a positive, lasting impact in the communities where we live and work.
- They operate out of two hangars flying turbine-powered DC-3 planes to meet the needs of over 450 missions in the Bahamas, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and wherever the Lord directs. About 300 tons of cargo and 4,000 Christian workers are transported every year.
- a family of organizations led by people in countries around the world who have a similar vision of taking Christ’s love into the most remote places on earth. MAF-US collaborates with their sister organizations to meet spiritual and physical needs in 37 different countries. Collectively, their fleet of 135 airplanes serves some 1,500 non-profit, churches, and humanitarian organizations.
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-Empowering good organizations to do good things is the best way to make the world a better place.
SpectraMed - Our dedication is to the physical, psychological, social and spiritual well-being of the patients and communities we serve.
Samaritan's Purse - The donation and set up of solar panels will provide electricity to half of our hospital.
Truist Bank - We help those in need through philanthropic programs that build financial confidence.
- assisting the Hospital Bienfaisance and Education programs with key support
- working with the Hospital Bienfaisance and providing education opportunities in healthcare