We would like to thank you for considering a trip with us to Haiti. The time you spend in Haiti will stay with you for a long time, if not the rest of your life. You will be moved by the lovely and spirited people of Haiti as you travel around; what you see will make you want to cry, to laugh, to pray…. and when you leave, you will want to return. We, at HTPB, are blessed tremendously by our work, and we are also blessed to share this time with you. A trip to Haiti is a life-changing experience; from the hearts of those who have traveled with us in the past, we can say ‘YOU WILL NEVER BE THE SAME’

 “I saw what I saw and I can’t forget it* I heard what I heard and I can’t go back* I know what I know and I can’t deny it* Something on the road cut me to the soul* your pain has changed me, your dream inspires* Your face a memory, your hope a fire* Your courage asks me what I am afraid of,
and what I know of love*
Sara Groves


haitihistorypictHaiti, the poorest country in the western hemisphere, is located 600 miles southeast of Florida. It occupies the western third of the island of Hispaniola, bordering the Dominican Republic to the east. It is separated from Cuba by the Windward Passage, a 50 mile corridor. It is the size of the state of Maryland and has a population of approximately  READ MORE...






Following you will find details of trips conducted by Hands Together of the Palm Beaches, Inc. (HTPB). We make every effort to travel and work in a way that is culturally sensitive to the lives and ways of the Haitian people; respecting their culture, their lives, their misery and their dignity.  READ MORE...






Bonjou: hello – good day
Bonswa:hello – good evening (anytime after 12 noon)
Ki jan ou ye? Or Kouman ou ye? How are you?
Ki jan ou santi ou? How are you feeling?
(regarding one’s health)


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