Meet Micheline: A Year End Letter from CHP Director Wynn Walent
Kick off 2019 with Songs and Stories of Haiti
Micheline Francois is an inspiring young leader from Petit Trou and the latest recipient of CHP’s university scholarship.
CHP Receives $45,000 Award for Solar Project
“Songs and Stories of Haiti” will take place on the eve of the 9th anniversary of the Haiti earthquake on January 12, 2010. We will bear witness to the tragedy of that day, the challenges and progress that have occurred in the years since, and their individual perspectives on Haiti’s path forward.
"The Sense of Community": CHP Supporters Share What Inspires Them
The IEEE Humanitarian Affairs Committee, in coordination with the Denver Chapter of IEEE has awarded CHP a $45,000 grant to install a ground mounted solar grid on St. Paul’s School’s campus.
Calling All Trivia Fans! Support CHP at Sanitas Brewing Co.'s Trivia Night on November 12
Ahead of Colorado Gives Day on December 4th, we’ve been asking our supporters what inspires them to stay involved.
Shop Artisan Gifts at "Haiti for the Holidays" on December 2
Whether you’re a longtime friend of CHP’s or brand new supporter, “Quiz for a Cause" trivia night at Sanitas Brewing Company on November 12 is sure to be a fun chance to learn more about our organization and the beautiful country we all love.
Pouvwa Tifi! Girl Power! Girls from Colorado Gather for Inaugural GEM Ambassador Meeting
Mark your calendars! Our annual Haiti for the Holidays Open House and Artisan Market will be held at the Rayback Collective from 4:30 - 8:00 pm on December 2!
Farewell to our Rayback Office, Hello Longmont Office!
A group of 15 girls from Colorado gathered on Sunday, September 30th at the Posner Center for International Development in Denver for the inaugural meeting of ambassadors to CHP’s Girls Empowerment and Mentoring (GEM) Program.
A Note from Wynn, CHP’s Director, About Headlines from Port-au-Prince
After six months leasing an office space at The Rayback Collective in Boulder, we have moved our physical location to a generously donated space at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Longmont.
Despite the fact that the protests in Port-au-Prince didn't directly reach the community we work in, there are a few relevant touchpoints. CHP’s Director Wynn Walent shares his own understanding about the roots of the protests and how they fit together with what we usually share about Haiti.