The Samuel Project in Haiti

Coeur Assemble, Inc.

Haiti has experienced a 150 percent increase in the number of orphanages since the 2010 earthquake, with only 15 percent of orphanages officially registered with the government.

The pandemic halted most efforts.

Then, in 2021, a 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit the southern region, 

devastating the homes of most families who were enrolled in the foster care system.

In response to this need, through The Samuel Project, TAC has partnered with Coeur Assemble, Inc., a faith-based nonprofit organized to offer sustainable housing, educational, and medical assistance for those children in Haiti who are victims of social injustice and income inequality. 

Community development in this area helps provide nutritious meals, clothes, healthcare and education to orphaned children 

experiencing income inequality and social justice in Haiti.

You can become a part of this work by visiting 

Coeur Assemble, Inc.