August

Birthdays

Alisa

Birthday: August 27

Alisa, who joined the Mission in 2019, is one of our more reserved, sensitive children. She loves to play kitchen and make play food out of rocks, leaves, and water. She also loves to color and draw. Alisa, Ann, and Betty can always be found playing together.

Moise

Birthday: August 4

Moise is Chika’s younger brother. He’s very active and athletic, loves to be silly, and is just very loving. And if there’s cake, you can count on Moise to dig in! He is a great soccer player. He loves to make people smile and laugh.

Nickenson

Nickname: Ishka
Birthday: August 30

Nickenson is bold, daring, and adventurous. He is, at heart, an innovator, using his imagination and resourcefulness to do origami upcycle trash into new items, like wings out of a cardboard box and toy cars from plastic bottles and cans. Nickenson is very musical and enjoys playing the piano and drums. When he grows up he would like to be an artist, an engineer, or a gymnast. His favorite subjects in school are taxonomy, engineering (wood working), and math. He likes to play soccer and basketball.

Esterline

Nicknames: Tete and Teh Teh
Birthday: August 18

As bold as her favorite color—purple—Esterline loves to laugh, especially on her birthday. She is known for her big heart and compassionate nature around the Mission, as she is always willing to help others. She has a passion for music and dancing. Her favorite subjects in school are writing and journalism. Tete would like to be a physical therapist when she grows up “to help injured people get strong” again, or a traveling nurse or social worker, each a perfect blend of her love of sports and caring nature.

Samanza

Birthday: August 15

Samanza is lighthearted, sensitive, and loves to joke with the kids and staff. She’s the oldest girl, and with that maturity she displays a deep sense of responsibility and has generous, maternal instincts. She recently learned how to sew, embroidery, and designed a dress! She is currently learning two languages, Hebrew and Japanese. Samanza loves to dance and play the guitar. In the future she would like to be a social worker.

How to Donate

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Make your check payable to “Have Faith Haiti Mission” and send to

Have Faith Haiti Mission
c/o A Hole in the Roof Foundation
29836 Telegraph Road
Southfield, MI 48034

Have Faith Haiti is operated by the A Hole in the Roof Foundation, a 501(c)(3) org (TAX ID# 27-0609504). Donations are tax deductible.

About the Mission


The Have Faith Haiti Mission is a special place of love and caring, dedicated to the safety, education, health and spiritual development of Haiti’s impoverished children and orphans. You can learn more here.

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