Generations of Hope, Haiti (GoHaiti) is a non-profit organization committed to reaching the lost and poor of Haiti at any cost. President and founder, Dr. Franco Jean-Louis has been working diligently with a variety of Christian organizations as a missionary medical doctor since 1995. His goal has always been the same: to meet the physical and the spiritual needs of the Haitian people, especially abandoned children and the sick.
To empower and impact Haitian Society's current and future generations. To achieve economic self-sufficiency in the areas of health care, education, and spiritual guidance by caring for orphaned and abandoned children.
GoHaiti gives volunteers a unique opportunity to work one on one with the children and staff of our orphanage. Through this life changing experience, both the volunteers and the children are ministered to. In addition to helping build, plant gardens, and maintain the facilities, volunteers offer loving support. Children feel loved through the human touch experience perpetuated by volunteers and staff. A key component to our success, volunteers truly make a difference.
We will are always seeking volunteers with a variety of skills and will organize your visit to fully utilize the skill sets you bring to Haiti. For example, we would encourage medical professionals to participate in or conduct open clinics.
Plan a Construction Project
There is Always Work to be Done
The development and improvements of our facilities since 2010 have been dramatic. We are always looking to maintain, improve and expand our facilities so we can better serve the children in our care and our local community
The Great Commission
In the Great Commission, Jesus calls every Christian to step out in faith and spread the Good News. This is faith in action! The opportunities to share the Good News in Haiti are endless. Conduct a VBS, visit a prison or orphanage, or participate in church planting in the rural mountains of Haiti.
Making a Difference One Child at a Time
Have you ever considered to participate in a medical mission trip abroad? If you're interested in volunteering for a medical project and don't have much time, short-term medical volunteering could be an ideal option for you. Medical mission trips are perfect for medical or dental professionals professionals, med students, and medical volunteers with any level of experience.
How to plan your trip
Step 1 - Request your trip dates
If you are an individual or team interested in visiting GoHaiti please begin the process by completing the Trip Reservation Application to request specific travel dates. Once you submit the application a representative from GoHaiti will reach out to you and explain the rest of the application process. Please remember, the trip dates you enter in this form need to be approved by GoHaiti before you can make your travel arrangements.
Sponsor a Child
Investing in the Next Generation
Sponsorship will give your sponsored child access to life-changing benefits like a safe and secure home, nutritious meals three times per day, medical care, educational support, life skills and job training before graduation.
Educate a Child
Sponsor a Child's Education
You can provide a quality education for one of GoHaiti's children. Sponsorship provides tuition, uniforms, books, school supplies, tutoring and supplemental English lessons.
Sponsor a Worker
Support their Ministry
The staff at Generations of Hope, Haiti don't view their roles as jobs, but rather ministry. Our staff serves faithfully to provide the best care for our children and guests. Please considering donating to our staff members which in turn allows them to better provide for their families.
News and Updates
At Generations of Hope, Haiti, we have been involved with our ever growing community, and are happy to share our achievements with you. For many years, we have been making a difference in the lives of youth in the greater San Francisco area, and we take pride in everything we do. Read all about our latest updates, and get involved today!
Pray For Haiti!
August 14, 2021
Haiti experienced a 7.2 earthquake (context: 2010's earthquake was 7.0). The epicenter is near the town of Petit Trou de Nippes, about 150 km west of the capital Port-au-Prince.
Dr. Franco has reported that our facility and children are safe. They felt the quake and the ongoing aftershocks. Reports of severe damage in the southwest are coming in. Pray for the people in that region.