• Raising money requires a lot of publicity to spread the word. Thankfully we have gotten some good press and are always looking for more:

    Help for Haiti Aids Impoverished Children

    SeacoastOnline 05/30/15
    The hangar of Seacoast Helicopters at Pease International Tradeport was turned into a makeshift food packaging plant Saturday as more than 600 volunteers made up packages to feed Haitian schoolchildren… Read entire article here

    Rye Couple Makes Haiti’s Rebirth Their Mission

    UnionLeader  01/03/11
    When Jim Willey retired from a successful business career in 2001, he didn’t expect to start a nonprofit organization, go back to work as its chairman … or fall in love with an entire country…  Read entire article here (pdf download).

    Haiti to Get 100,000 Meals for Seacoast

    SeacoastOnline 12/18/10
    Where others see desolation and desperation, Help for Haiti sees hope…Read entire article here (pdf download).