Author Archives: Greg Bennick

Haiti is Not an Accident

Haiti is Not an Accident: Current Affairs through A Historical Lens by Nathan Bean (One Hundred For Haiti board member) What is happening in Haiti today is not an accident. The events which transpired this week are part of a long, and very complicated history. Context is everything. Take for example and understand that the Haitian […]

Thoughts on Resilience / Stability in the Aftermath of the Assassination of President Jovenel Moïse

Resilience. In Haiti, resilience is not just a reaction. It is woven into the fabric of the Haitian people and has been born out of a history of oppression and resistance. A steadfastness, an innate determination to continue moving forward regardless of circumstance. And unfortunately, a word connected to colonialism, and a legacy of white […]

$2455.57 raised during Chuminh Tofu Deli’s benefit!

Benefit update! We raised $2455.57 from the Chuminh Tofu and Vegan Deli benefit for One Hundred For Haiti on January 2nd 2021. We’ve made a special page where you can follow along over the next few months and see where all of that money will be used: https://www.onehundredforhaiti.org/chuminh/ THANK YOU to everyone who ordered food, […]

Another new roof, another happy family

Haiti In-Country Director Fresnel Desauguste introduces us to Mrs. Predeus Belotte and her family from the village of Haut Pinal. One Hundred For Haiti put a new roof and walls on their house last week and Fresnel tells their story. MRS. PREDEUS BELOTTE (Speaking in Kreyol): “Mèsi Bondye. Mèsi 100 pou Haiti. Bondye beni nou.” […]