One of the most common proverbs in Haiti, Men Anpil Chay Pa Lou is at the heart of our work.  Literally translated as “With Many Hands the Work is Light,” the proverb is often cited to show how much can be accomplished when we work together.

All of our outreach efforts are carried out in this spirit.  Every penny counts, every effort makes a difference, and we are grateful for your support and solidarity!


Opportunities In Your Community

 Students work at sorting donations at a holding warehouse in Pennsylvania


We can help students design for-credit experiences that support their learning in international development, nonprofit management, health care, marketing communications, and other fields.

 A group of students present a check to St. Luke

Through Your Local School

Our Building Bridges program includes ways to connect with and support our schoolchildren in Haiti.

 Attendees of the New York City fundraising party join St. Luke supporter Adriana Lima

As an Ambassador

This group of St. Luke friends and supporters spreads the word about our work in Haiti and helps us coordinate volunteer and fundraising efforts. Meet our Ambassadors.

 Advisory Board member Jim Corcoran consults with hospital staff on construction of the new medical facility

Through Pro-Bono Work

Our Advisory Board members contribute professional time to augment and develop staff skills through consulting, hands-on work and training. Learn about the Advisory Board.



 Members of our Haitian team stroll through houses built by the foundation in Port-au-Prince


Under very specific circumstances, we occasionally invite non-medical interns or volunteers to visit Haiti and focus on communications, teaching English, public health studies, and more. If you are flexible and seek to serve humbly, we‘d love to start a conversation.

 A medical volunteer consults his laptop

Medical Volunteers

We regularly welcome volunteers and multi-disciplinary teams who can contribute specialized clinical care and continuing education. These volunteers come to Haiti to teach and to learn, working hand in hand with our staff.