A series of crises has trapped Haitians in a cycle of growing desperation, without access to food, fuel, markets, jobs, and public services, bringing the country to a standstill. Speroway’s president Ken Forbes has embarked on a trip to Haiti to bring emergency food and resources to help procure food […]
Speroway: Food, Nutrition, Education, Healthcare, Emergency Relief
With so many needs around the world, it can be hard to decide where your money can have the greatest impact. That’s why a gift to the Where Most Needed fund is a great choice. Whether it is providing meals for children in Kenya and Dominican Republic, strengthening healthcare systems […]
HAITI IN CRISIS! Families Need Your Help More Than Ever
Haiti is struggling at every turn, especially since the assassination of the President last year. The country has become more dangerous and gangs control much of the main cities. There are kidnappings every day and people are being held for whatever ransom the gangs think they can get from local […]
Channy Challenge 2021!
You are Invited to Take Part in This Year’s “Channy Challenge” As you might be aware, Haiti has had a very tough 2021. They have had very little international help with Covid 19. They only recently started receiving vaccination in the country. They suffered and other earthquake and the assassination of their president. […]
Gift a Gift of Hope and Food this Christmas Season
Make 2021 count by giving one more meaningful gift this season All gifts dated up to Dec 31 will be eligible for a 2021 tax receipt. This Christmas season many of us will be enjoying our favourite holiday meals and celebrating the birth of Jesus. Most Canadian children have the expectation […]
During the emergency-relief phase after Haiti’s earthquake in 2010, Speroway was there. Speroway continues…
Give Where Most Needed
With so many needs around the world, it can be hard to decide where your money can have the greatest impact…
Haiti UCI Public School Feeding Program
Speroway is looking for support for 875 elementary students in Pignon, Haiti where most children might only get one meal a day.