roofThe mission of A Hole in the Roof Foundation is to help faith and relief groups of every denomination who care for the homeless and/or victims of disasters. A Hole in the Roof aims to help build or provide funds to repair the spaces in which they offer services. The roots of the Foundation – which also inspired its name – is the I Am My Brother’s Keeper church in Detroit, MI, written about by the Foundation’s founder and president Mitch Albom in his book, Have a Little Faith. Here, despite a gaping hole in the roof through which rain and snow fell on the congregation, the pastor tended to his community, providing spiritual nourishment and a sanctuary for the needy.

A Hole in the Roof Foundation furthers that spirit by raising and distributing funds to help pay for repairs and rebuilding infrastructure.

A Hole in the Roof  has, since 2010, been the primary fundraiser for the rebuilding of the Have Faith Haiti Mission/Orphanage in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Learn about A Hole in the Roof’s other international efforts, as well as its Detroit and U.S.-based initiatives here.