HaitiChildren: Caring for Abandoned, Orphaned and Disabled Children in Haiti | Susie Krabacher
Elevate Christian Network :: Global Humanitarians
- In this video, Humanitarian Susie Krabacher talks about the beautiful special needs children that are part of her orphanage in Haiti. Learn more about the children in Haiti, and how Susie Krabacher is caring for special needs and handicapped children in Haiti.
About HaitiChildren Humanitarian Organization
Since 1994, Susie Krabacher has provided care and education to abandoned, orphaned and disabled children in Haiti through her organization, HaitiChildren (formerly known as Mercy & Sharing). Currently, they have grown to care for more than 1,500 people daily in their programs.
They are involved in humanitarian and outreach projects for the poorest of the poor. HaitiChildren’s projects are all located in Haiti, home to more than 11 million people with 80% of the population living in poverty and 54% living in abject poverty.
Their relief and development programs are funded completely by foundations/trusts, individuals, churches and small businesses.
About Susie Krabacher
Susie Krabacher is a loving humanitarian whose work is dedicated to saving, feeding, and educating the poorest of the poor in Haiti. She has been featured in numerous major publications such as the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, People Magazine, Marie Claire, the LA Times, the Miami Herald, the New York Times and more.
Susie’s work has also been featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, Inside Edition, ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox TV, CNN and C-SPAN. When Susie is not in Haiti, she continue her work from her home in Colorado.
She is happily married to B. Joseph Krabacher, an attorney with a thriving law practice in Aspen, Colorado. He a blessed business person that also develops real estate in Colorado and Arizona. Joe is Co-Founder and Chief Financial Officer for HaitiChildren.
- For the latest updates, news and information, visit them online at: https://haitichildren.org
HaitiChildren Humanitarian Relief Channel | Susie Krabacher