God's Littlest Angels Inc

God's Littlest Angels is dedicated to helping the children and families of Haiti by providing intensive nursery care for premature, malnourished, and abandoned children. We will assist in seeking outside help for children needing surgical or medical treatment not available in Haiti. We will also assist in placing abandoned children with adoptive families. We will provide education to children who cannot afford to go to school through a sponsorship program. We will provide teachers and schooling for the children in the orphanage so that they also will receive an education. Our purpose is to help the children of Haiti in any way we can and to spread the word of God to each person we serve...
Oct 5, 2016

Repairs to NICU MainHouse & ToddlerHouse

The God's Littlest Angels Team is in the midst of fighting to keep the all of the GLA Kids and staff safe as Hurricane Matthew rips through Haiti. This storm is already leaving death and destruction throughout Haiti and we'll most likely be receiving more children who have lost family members to this storm and have nowhere else to go. 

That said, we've sustained damage to parts of our Main House, which is also the location of our well-known NICU; as well as our Toddler House. We will not only need funding but workers to come and assist us in getting these facilities up and running again as quicky as possible, especially with the potential influx of additional children and families in need of shelter and medical care.

There was about a 30min lull in the storm around 3pm on October 4th, so the portion of our GLA Team up at Fort Jacques took the opportunity to walk through the campus quickly in order to check on one another, assess damage and begin making a plan for follow-on operations. The power of this storm is staggering and we're once again thanking the Lord for the shelter we've been able to give these children thus far.

Please continue to join us in prayer for all of our Haitian brothers and sisters who continue to fight their way through this storm.

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Jul 21, 2016

Water for drinking, bathing, and just enjoying...

Miss D. loves water and is so photogenic!
Miss D. loves water and is so photogenic!

Water is precious in Haiti.  We conserve every drop but sometimes when it's hot and humid and spirits are low, a pool party is what lifts the spirits of the children and makes the day a good one!

Most children have access to a bathtub.  So even when you cannot go to the pool, you can take a bath and pretend you are in an olympic size pool just floating in the water!  But in Haiti, bathtubs are not common.  The children do not know what it is to go under water and let it drip off their bodies to help them cool off in the summer heat.

Occasionally, we blow up our plastic pools and put some water in them and let the children play!  They love laying back and just enjoying the coolness of the water running across their bodies.  They play with their friends and make up games to play.

Yes, water is precious and we need it to drink and bath, but sometimes we just need to lay back and enjoy a few hours of cool, refreshing water to refresh our spirits and make us appreciate God's gift to us through the rain He sends...

To be able to lay down in the water is a treat!
To be able to lay down in the water is a treat!
Loving the water and playing with his friends!
Loving the water and playing with his friends!
Racing across the pool!
Racing across the pool!
how refreshing water can be!
how refreshing water can be!
Friends and a pool party!
Friends and a pool party!

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Jul 19, 2016

Difficult finding Soy formula in Haiti

Marvens must drink Soy formula due to allergies.
Marvens must drink Soy formula due to allergies.

For the last 4 months, it has been very diffucult for us to find soy formula in Haiti.  Most of our tiny babies only drink soy formula such as Isomil or Prosobee.  They have an allergy to cow's milk based formulas. 

After searching for weeks and only finding small amounts in Haiti, our director travelled to the States and while there she went searching for an inexpensive soy formula.  She found out that there are no inexpensive baby milk!  Everything seems so expensive.  Then she found some at Walmart and Target that were extra large cans and it was Soy milk powder!  GLA bought 60 cans and she put them in her suitcases and brought it back to Haiti!

Thankfully, those 60 cans have lasted about 3 months and the nursery is just now finishing this formula.  We are so thankful that people have donated to help provide formula to orphan babies in Haiti.  We used those funds to buy the soy formula for the children.  Baby formula is a constant item we must buy weekly in Haiti. Thank you for helping make this possible.

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