Haiti was once known as the "Jewel of the Caribbean" before its people and natural resources had been plundered by various political and
Despite the fact that the Haitians live so close to us, they live in a quiet grinding poverty that we seldom hear about. The degree of suffering and pain is un-imaginable and can only be partially experienced by seeing the country and its people first-hand.
For the past 16 years, I have had the privilege of traveling to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti yearly with a group of health care practitioners and volunteers. We make an attempt to provide a modicum of relief to a people living in the shadows of the richest and most powerful nation on the planet. After each trip, I leave Haiti feeling destitute when I compare my inner wealth to theirs. They are a people completely impoverished, yet totally rich in spirit. A closer example of the Beatitudes being lived out is probably hard to find anywhere. "Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread " takes on a deep significance for the Haitian people and is their daily prayer.
All the proceeds from my concerts, CD sales and mp3 downloads goes to the Saint Joseph the Worker Parish Haiti Medical Mission
If you would like to donate to the Haiti medical mission please contact me below. Bondye beni ou ! (God bless you)
Haiti: The Jewel of the Caribbean