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A brighter future for Haiti's orphans

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The vision of Welcome Home Children’s Centre is to inspire hope for the future in orphaned Haitian children, who have been neglected, abused, exploited, or simply left behind. We do this by providing tangible resources today that enable children to develop the skills, abilities and attributes that will ensure they become the best they can be.

Welcome Home Children’s Centre is a registered Canadian charity founded and directed by Camille Otum, a Haitian Canadian who has found a way to give back to her homeland.

With access to quality education, healthcare, nutrition and love, we believe our children will go on to lead meaningful, productive and independent lives. Your support makes this possible.

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New Centre

July 2017 Newsletter

We are overjoyed to announce that as of February this year Welcome Home Children Centre has had a dedicated Solar Energy System in Haiti.  We made a trip in March...

Hurricane Matthew Misses the Centre

  While hurricane Matthew has brought devastation and destruction in certain areas of Haiti, we are happy to report that your prayers and ours were been answered―our home and children were...

Spring 2016 Newsletter

First day in our new home! On April 20, 2016, Welcome Home Children's Centre welcomed our children into their new home in Marotte, Haiti. The move did not go as smoothly...