Hands Up For Haiti
Hands Up for Haiti is our primary school programme that aims to give students an early understanding about Haiti and how all children do not live in the same circumstances.
The programme aims to do the following:
- Educate students about Haiti and give them an understanding that there are children and families in Haiti who are living in difficult circumstances.
- Teach children about the importance of giving a little to help those worse off than themselves.
- Give students the responsibility to complete their tasks and collect sponsorship money (no matter how small the amount)
- Have fun by colouring in their paper 'Hands for Haiti' and then decorating their school/classroom with them.
Haven ambassadors are available to meet with your class and talk about Haiti and our work in Haiti.
- You can download the information and a poster below to get you started.
For more information please contact the office on (01) 6815440 or email Jane.
Download Hands Up for Haiti Information Pack.
Download Hands Up for Haiti Poster.
Pictured above is the class group from Summercove National School, Kinsale and students from St. Catherines national school in Cork, all who have participated in Hands Up for Haiti.
You can read here a recent article published about Hands Up for Haiti:
Pictured below is Leslie Buckley, Chairman and Founder of Haven speaking to a group of school children and the group of students who raised €2,533 in their school, St. Catherines in Cork, for Haven's work in Haiti.