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Biography of Wilner St. Fort

[Wilner shown in the center] Wilner’s mother abandoned him while he was very young, leaving his father to raise him. His father loved him, but when Wilner was four, his father died and his uncle in Belle-Fontaine took him in. This uncle treated Wilner like a slave. Wilner was allotted no time to play and […]

Who we staff

We work directly with young Haitians who were former street kids themselves. There is no big corporation or red tape which means  we can send your donations to the children tomorrow. These children will have food and clothes in a matter of a  few days.  That’s how we work.

Belle Fontaine Orphans

Riccardo Louissant

My mother died when I was only six, after my mother’s death I was living with my father and he didn’t have any job,he couldn’t feed me or he couldn’t afford me send me school. Yet, He mistreated me and sometimes beat me without no reason. When he tells me to do something if i […]

Roberson Charles


Tuesday, Mar 1, 2011

Over the last year the street children of Haiti Kids Now have suffered through one tragedy to the next, starting with the tragic earthquake on 12 Jan, 2010 that destroyed the only home many of them have ever known. One of the children named Mario who was in our orphanage also died. Next came the […]

Saturday, April 23rd 2011

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Haiti Kids Now

Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, with 80% of the population living under the poverty line and 54% in abject poverty [ The World Factbook, U.S.C.I.A. 2009] There is widespread unemployment and underemployment; more than two-thirds of the labor force do not have formal jobs (2002 est.) 54% of the population is […]

Innocence Abandoned: Street Kids of Haiti

Leapfrog Productions brings you a stunning film directed by Young Man Kang about the street kids of Haiti. This extraordinary human saga that spans 10 years starts with the story of a young man named Wilner St. Fort and his fellow street kids growing up in Port-Au-Prince.