What Does Zero Hunger Mean To You?

What can we do together to help end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture in developing communities? Haiti has made only a fitful recovery from the 2010 quake, which all but destroyed the national government and left hundreds of thousands of children homeless and without school buildings, and ensuing disasters have deepened the country’s misery. Hurricane Matthew in October 2016 ravaged Haiti’s southwest peninsula, laying waste to villages and farmland. These acute crises, laid atop chronic poverty, make Haiti a fragile place for the most …Read More

Haiti Serve-A-Thon

Do you wonder what can be accomplished in one week of time donated to Haiti’s children? We keep a to-do list on our website active projects in need of volunteers as a constant reminder! One Week teacher’s training will equip Haitian teachers to better serve children in Haiti. HavServe is working on strengthening the village of Lebrun’s education system, while providing teacher’s training and outreach to the community’s out-of-school children.   One Week teaching the “6 pillars of Character,” could change the outcome for an entire community. This project is expected to impact children, youth, their …Read More

New HavServe Board Member and Director of Donor Relations and Gift-In-Kind

Dear Friend of HavServe, We’re pleased to introduce you to Sandra Fathi, HavServe Board Member. Sandra is the Founder and President of  Affect, a public relations and social media agency. She is also a wife, mother of two children and an avid volunteer. She has been involved in charity work, primarily for children’s charities, as well as women’s issues, for all of her adult life. Sandra volunteered with HavServe in Haiti in 2015 for the Summer Camp, and in Spring 2016 focusing on the Women’s Entrepreneurship & Microfinance program. She …Read More

New HavServe Board Member and Board Secretary

Rose has been practicing and teaching organic vegetable gardening for 18 years. She is the mother of three grown sons and the grandmother of four. Rose was married to Richard for 44 years before his passing in 2013. Rose studied nursing at Nassau Community College on Long Island where she earned her RN. During her years as a stay-at-home mother, she used her education to operate an in-home daycare business and later to develop a medical transcription service. In 1990 Rose adopted a vegetarian lifestyle and pursued study in vegetarian …Read More