Welcome to H-Earings


H-earings for Haiti is a project started by Carol Clark in 2009 to raise awareness of the great need of people struggling to exist in the deeply rooted poverty of Haiti, and to spread the word about the wonderful work being done to empower Haitians to build a better life. Through the sale of hand-crafted earrings, the H-earings Project is making a growing contribution over time to financially support the work of three outstanding organizations currently at work in Haiti. You can learn more about each one on the Missions page.

You might be wondering…why “H-earings”?  Where did that name come from? The name “H-earings” is a combination of the word “earrings” and the experience of “Hearing the Cry of the Poor”.  The H-earings Project hopes to awaken “Ears that Hear” and hearts that have compassion for the poor in Haiti. Volunteers are invited to help with the creation of hand-crafted earrings by attending and/or hosting a H-earings Party. Check out the Earrings and Parties pages to see what it’s all about. The earrings are sold to the public, raising funds to further the work of these non-profit organizations:

St. Boniface Haiti Foundation in Fond-des Blancs

Pwoje Espwa (Hope Village) in Les Cayes

Wayom Timoun Orphanage in Port-Au-Prince