Celebrating our Mothers

In Haiti, Mothers’ Day will be celebrated on Sunday May 29th, the last Sunday of May.  Any woman involved in the raising of a child is considered the mother – birth mother, grandmother, sister, Aunt, friend of the family or people at the orphanage. Overtime, a child may have several women fill a maternal role in [Read More...]

May 5, 2016

Casino Night 2016 was a huge success!

Thank you to everyone who came out to make our Casino Night 2016 a huge success!  Over 350 people filled the room to enjoy a fun-filled night of friendship, casino gaming and great hospitality at the Park Ridge Marriott.  The outpouring of support keeps NOVA Hope for Haiti’s mission going. Our annual budget of $124,000 [Read More...]

March 7, 2016

Why is NOVA’s budget 124,000 for the clinic?

Why is NOVA’s budget 124,000 for our clinic in Haiti? In December 2015, NOVA’s Board of Directors voted on and approved the 2016 budget.  We project that to keep our clinic in Haiti operating for the next year we will need $124,000. What does this $124,000 figure provide?  What makes it up?  Why is it [Read More...]

January 28, 2016

NOVA’s 6th Annual Casino Night – Tickets on sale now!

NOVA Hope for Haiti’s 6th Annual Casino Night. Friday, March 4, 2016 7:00pm – 11:30pm Park Ridge Marriott 300 Brae Blvd, Park Ridge, New Jersey 07656     * SUPPORT US Casino Night is NOVA’s biggest fundraiser of the year.  All funds raised are used to operate our medical clinic in Haiti, including the salaries [Read More...]

January 27, 2016
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NOVA sends maintenance team to Haiti

In January 2016, a small seven-person NOVA team went down to our clinic to accomplish two goals:  The first was to meet with our two new staff members – Dr. George Lisage and our new office administrator, Ms. Johnyde Jean Denis. Dr. George will enable NOVA to treat more patients between our two clinic locations [Read More...]

January 27, 2016
Keysha in January 2016 at her home

NOVA volunteers make a home visit to Keysha

In January 2016, a NOVA team of volunteers visited the home of our patient Keysha. Just 15 months ago in October 2014, Keysha arrived at our clinic with a potentially deadly eye infection. Dr. Waseem Hafeez, a pediatric emergency room physician drained the infection and began Keysha on antibiotics to deal with the infection. Her [Read More...]

January 27, 2016