Serena Bufalino, Lisa Dalia and Angie Nesci, refused to let the civil unrest in Haiti prevent them from completing their mission.
Even during civil unrest the HHH team still went out and delivered goods and services to those attending our HHH programs and services. Click the link below to learn more about how they made it back to Canada safely.
Serena Bufalino was among the 72 nominees for the Toronto Star’s Teacher Award. The nomination was supported by a letter from community youth workers who stood out, because of Serena's work. Through teaching life skills, social skills, and character education building, Serena Bufalino and her students transformed the vulnerable in the City of Toronto.
The Function in the Junction event took place to raise funds and awareness for Help Heal Humanity. The proceeds of this event supported the sending of a film crew directly to the Haiti School Building Project. They documented the journey and story of the Haiti School Building Project.
Help Heal Humanity celebrated receiving full charity status in Canada. The HHH Board of Directors consisting of leaders and visionaries of change, hosted a Launch party in Hamilton, Ontario to celebrate a new milestone. Over $50,000. was raised to support the student sponsorship programs in Haiti.
Serena Bufalino launched The Haiti School Building Project, an effort to bring stable and strong education to Haiti, helping to change the future of local children and their families
Some of Toronto's highest at-risk students have banded together to help 850 of the world's most vulnerable youth to do what they use to take for granted - go to school everyday.