We welcome physicians, pharmacists, physical therapists, sign language interpreters, translators (French or Creole), as well as any non-medical personnel who have a heart for listening, learning, loving and serving the children of St. Vincent's. Be prepared to leave a large part of your heart in Haiti, as you will receive much more than you give.
We recognize that not all of the partners in our West Tennessee Haiti Partnership are able to join us on our mission trips. However, their contributions of time, talent, and prayer are just as valuable and necessary for the continued success of our mission. We are grateful for the ongoing support of these partners who enable us to carry out this important work.
Thanksgiving Day in Memphis. Cleaning up the house so we can have a big group for dinner. All my closest friends in the world; all have shared the Haiti experience with me either by going on a trip or taking … Read More
A young girl at St. Vincent’s, Christina was born with a birth defect that caused severe clubbing in both of her feet. Cristina has been in a wheelchair her entire life. Yet today, she sits on a bed, gazing at … Read More
Keys are an interesting phenomenon in Haiti. The medical clinic we work in has 4 rooms along one side of the building, and a long classroom along the other side with a pharmacy room at one end. A central hallway … Read More
One of the realities of working in Haiti is the need to adapt or adjust your plans to the circumstances. Yesterday we planned to have clinic for the remaining children who had not yet been seen by the nurses, and … Read More
Today was our first day at St. Vincent’s. Four of our team were first time visitors. For the rest of us, it feels like coming home to enter the gates and be greeted by familiar faces and big smiles. The … Read More