Author Archives: Greg Bennick

2019 into 2020: Roofs built, kids fed, with much more news to come

We are looking forward to 2020 with hope and determination. 2019 was a wild and very difficult year in Haiti. There were disruptive protests throughout the country rooted in a gasoline shortage which kept the political situation very unstable for the better part of the year. Imagine if almost all gas was gone, electricity was […]

January 12th 2020 Special Event at Vera Project in Seattle, on the Tenth Anniversary of the Haiti Earthquake

Local Haitian organization Kay Tita partners with The Vera Project, Konbit Cafe, Breach Barista Collective and One Hundred For Haiti to remember the community and the people affected by the 2010 Earthquake.  Kay Tita has curated a series of Haitian films guaranteed to leave a mark on our hearts and to keep Haiti and the […]

Radio interview with Medical Professional Desha Wood

On Episode 89 of the Punk Rock Pariah podcast, hosts Greg Bennick and Cameron Collins (both of One Hundred For Haiti) welcomed in Desha Wood to talk about her time working as a medical professional in Haiti with Naturopaths without Borders. The three talked about cultural differences faced when providing medical care in Haiti, caring […]

SOLD! First sale in our partnership with Sea-Town Real Estate!

Christian Castro and Greg Bennick are celebrating the sale of the first home in One Hundred For Haiti’s real estate partnership with Sea-Town Real Estate! For every Sea-Town client who mentions One Hundred For Haiti, Sea-Town donates 25% of their commissions on the sale or purchase of that home to One Hundred For Haiti for […]

Haiti trip Spring 2018 – our inspiration

APRIL 8th 2018 This is Madame Cleguy. She lives in Bas Pinal Haiti. To make her living as a broom maker, she walks twelve hours to where a plant called lantanier grows, collects as much as she can carry on her head, and then walks twelve hours back to make brooms with the plant leaves. […]