There are many ways to join Operation Hope's Volunteer Program. Learn more about Operation Hope and become an advocate. Here's how...
♥ Make your skills and your professionalism available to us for a minimum of three days by staying with us in Haiti in our modest guest house in our Headquarters in Mais Gate, in one of our orphanages or in a * hotel of your choice.
♥ Come and see what we are doing, get first hand experience while doing community service.
♥ What about a cross cultural exchange? Get your group, your church or school organized. This could be fun and very rewarding. See it, live it and you'll love it. It is an unexplainable feeling of self-worth when you know you have played a role in changing the life of a child and his or her family.
♥ What about sponsoring a child? Your sponsorship will provide for a desperate orphan or neglected child.
♥ Help us provide food, housing, education, drinking water, pharmaceutical products, medical supplies, health care and emergency relief to different locations of Haiti.
♥ Teachers are needed as well. If you can teach or present seminars of subjects related to our nurses students please contact us. Your services are greatly needed.
♥ You can make a difference initially by allowing yourself to take note deeply within your heart of this poverty killing, and thirst for a better education. You can begin to take action by fully understanding the impact of the policy makers that the U.S. Government can have on Haiti and how they may change the course of these children's lives.
♥ Make your voices heard by raising the awareness of this issue to friends, colleagues and family members.
Together, one child at a time, we can lift a soul out of poverty and give him or her a chance to grow like a normal child with all his or her intellectual potentials.
This is not the job of one person; it is our job to work as a team. Together with one purpose and one purpose only, we can move forward to save one child, one family at a time.
And only then, we will know by this action, we have joined a group of steadfast individuals, a community, a national government, the world and an organization like Operation Hope in a crusade to help in the eradication of poverty and create total independence in Haiti.
NOTE: (*) See "Memorandum of understanding"
VOLUNTEERS! APPLY HEREnteers, we kindly ask that a minimum donation of $40 per person per day be made to help cover lodging, meals, and operational costs.
Thank you & God Bless!
Volunteer Registration Instructions:
Three Required Steps:
(1) Please send in your resume or curriculum vitae with a cover letter indicating:
a. Why you would like to volunteer.
b. In what capacity you would like to volunteer (e.g. HERP initiative and preferred dates of travel, secretarial duties, fundraising committee, advisor, etc.)
c. What skills and knowledge you would like to contribute.
d. What expectations you have as an Operation Hope volunteer.
(2) Please upload and complete the following documents.
OR, complete online, HERE!
|Code of Conduct|
|Memorandum of Understanding|
|Missionary Trip Guidelines|
|Waiver & Release of Liability|
(3) Submit your documents via email or traditional mail to:
*In the subject line, please indicate either of the following:
Operation Hope | OHFCOH
PO Box 6004
Freeport, New York 11520
Please allow up to 3 business days for an email confirmation of your documents. If you do not hear from us by then, please send another email with "VOLUNTEER FOLLOW-UP REQUESTED" in the subject-line.
Also, kindly allow up to 7 business days for the completion of your registration as an Operation Hope volunteer.
YOUR SUPPORT IS NEEDED
NEW PHARMACY TO BE OPENED IN MAIS GATE
In conjunction with our Operation Hope/CHOMEG HOSPITAL and NURSING SCHOOL Project, a pharmacy is scheduled to open in June 2014 at Mais Gate in our main building "1". It is our hope that members and friends will continue to support our programs while we are constantly looking for ways to help the population at large.
TRIP TO CAPE CORAL FLORIDA
On February 24/2014, Dr. Eddy Delaleu met Mr. Delva, Mr. Jonas and Mrs. Jean in a four day long meeting on the Operation Hope/CHOMEG HOSPITAL NURSING SCHOOL Project. For over four years they have been working tirelessly to get to this point where the need to open a CENTRE HOSPITALIER with State of the Art Equipment and to take the Nursing School to a higher National and International standard.
Dr. Delaleu wishes to thank all the friends and supporters of such program he was honored to meet and is especially thankful for the wonderful advice, dinners and tea parties he enjoyed in a friendship and patriotic environment.
EGLISE TABERNACLE DE LOUANGE
Operation Hope and its affiliates, would like to recognize Reverend Ecclesias Donatien as the man of the year. A friend of nearly 18 years isa model for all of us here and for many he serves days and nights, seven days a week at the Church Tabernacle of Praise. Born in January 15, 1949 in St. Louis du Nord Haiti, he completed his primary and secondary schools in La Pointe, Port-de-Paix in the North West Department of Haiti. He often referred to Esaie 6:8 as his calling. That biblical passage impacted his spiritual life in such a way that he was guided to a Theological school in Port-au-Prince where he graduated in 1974. His famous vision on his birthday on January 15, 1992 lead him from a church of 3 members under mango tree to a Tabernacle with a capacity of seating near 10,000 parishioners. May God continue to pour his gifts of love, prayers, healings and many more on him, the cchurchand his family.
OPERATION HOPE WENDY'S PHARMACY
Our Pharmacy has been severely destroyed by the last most recent hurricanes: ISAAC and SANDY. We lost most of our meds and medical supplies. We are asking all of you who are able to help us resuply to do so at your earliest convenience. Additionally we need more volunteers on a rotation basis to assist us in our weekly mobile clinics. Please contact us or contact Dr. Eddy Delaleu at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Operation Hope Wendy's Clinic
The Clinic is now open to the public from Monday to Saturday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. We will go full schedule with our Mobile Clinics 3 days a week, beginning June 1, 2011. For the Medical Volunteers wishing to join us, please come prepared to serve while you will have a chance to travel the country's side and experience Haiti's beauty beyond the rubbles and striking poverty.
WENDY'S CLINIC TEMPORARY CLOSED
Wendy's Clinic is now temporary closed as the need for medical care has decreased in the area. We therefore are unable financially and logistically to keep a permanet staff on schedule. The Clinic will remain closed until further notice. In the mean time, OPERATION HOPE MOBILE CLINICS are contnuing with 2 Mobile Cliinics a week deserving needy communities between the West Department and the Artibonite region.
SPECIAL THANKS TO Marie Carmelle BIENAIME
Marie Carmelle Bienaime has been a volunteer working with us for over 18 years. We would like to take this opportunity to thank her for her unselfish services that she never ceased to provide day or night as the need calls for. Carmelle is serving at all capacity such as: Emergency Relief Worker, Chief Hostess and Chef to name a few. Her role has been indispensable for Operation Hope throughout the years. She has been strongly recommended by her peers and foreign volunteers for Volunteer of the year.