STREET KIDS AND RUNAWAY RESTAVEK SLAVE CHILDREN OF HAITI
Giving Voice & Refuge To The Abused & Abandoned
Haitian Street Kids, Inc. was founded by Michael Brewer, RN and opened their first small shelter for the street kids and runaway restavek slave children of Haiti in December of 1999 with five kids ages 7 to 10. We have since had over 200 children in residence. HSKI also performs outreach services with approximately 3000 other street children and runaway restavek slave children registered with us who we are there for during times of crisis or special need. In most cases, HSKI is the only resource or people they have to call or turn to during these times. HSKI is the only organization that goes directly out to the streets, both day and night, where the children work and live, to serve their welfare. We are on-call for them anytime day or night to provide medical assistance or help with any crisis or problem they may have.
HSKI has recently purchased land in a nearby coastal region of Haiti where we are in the planning stage of buiding the HSKI Complex for Displaced Haitian Children. This complex, when finished, will be home to many more of the street kids and runaway restavek slave children who remain on the streets. It will include a home, school, clinic, church, and a guest house for visitors, tourists and supporters. Please consider being a part of this new project by offering your support and donations so that together we can provide a home and life to many more deserving street kids still alone and suffering on the streets of Haiti.
Haitian Street Kids, Inc. (HSKI) is a 501(c)3 Children's Charity and is registered and recognized in both the United States and Haiti.
IRS Non-Profit Registration No. 74-3116886, Family Circle Inc. - DBA: Haitian Street Kids
If you would like to be a part of our efforts to rescue and sustain these children,
any and all donations will be gratefully appreciated. Together we can make a difference!
100% of your donation will go toward their medical, educational, nutritional and personal needs.
As support for HSKI increases, more frightened and suffering kids will be able to escape the dangers and misery of the streets and be admitted into the HSKI family. All donations are tax deductible.