Who we are
Project St. Anne was founded by a small group of women passionate about giving back to their community in Camp-Perrin, Haïti, situated south of Port- Au- Prince. This project initially started in the year 2008 as an effort to commemorate the Feast of St. Anne which is observed on July 26th.
In collaboration with the Priests of St. Anne Church in Camp-Perrin, we distributed hot meals to less fortunate men, women, and children that gathered during this celebration. Our wish was to spark “Hope” in the heart of so many by expressing that we and the international population care and value their lives and future. This act of kindness greatly impacted the community and confirmed that small gestures can mean so much to those that lack the basic necessities to live.
Our goal is to continue our mission of feeding the less fortunate, serving them with dignity, and providing them the opportunity to experience what so many of us are fortunate enough to experience when we sit to share a meal.
Our objective is to provide financial support to children by assisting them with the vital need of an education. Our promise is to continue to promote and maintain the future of Haïti by investing in our greatest asset, “our children”.
Special thanks to our family, friends, and colleagues for their support in this endeavor. Thanks to your generosity, time, and prayers we have been able to annually share meals, gifts, educational sponsorship, and fellowship with the impoverished people of St. Anne. Our heartfelt gratitude to all those who will continue to support Project St. Anne in 2008 and beyond!
Project St. Anne team
Why St. Anne?
St. Anne is the Saint Patron of Camp-Perrin, Haiti. The Feast of St. Anne is celebrated on July 26th. St. Anne is known as the Mother of the Poor. She represents what we stand for: giving to and nurturing the less fortunate with Love, Faith and Hope.
Our promise is to continue to promote and maintain the future of Haïti by investing in our greatest asset, “our children”. Our goal is to continue our mission of feeding the less fortunate with mercy and compassion.
“For if you can’t feed 100, you feed 1.”
PSA believes that the children are our future and our greatest desire is to be part of a community that will one day eliminate the need for charity in their lives in the first place. We have faith that if we equip our children, they will succeed, their future will be brighter, the dynamics of their lives will change, and their possibilities will be limitless. “For If you give a man a fish you feed him for a day, If you teach a man to fish you feed him for a lifetime.”