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The Second Annual Dinner Dance Fundraiser will take place on June 8, 2013 in Uniondale New York. Reserve this date and your tickets now! You may purchase tickets via the PayPal button in this post or send your inquiry to Please come and support the work that we have begun in Haiti to improve [...]

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Happy New Year!

January 1, 2013  /  No Comments ››

On January 1st, we celebrate the start of a New Year and celebrate the birth of Haiti. As the first republic in the Western Hemisphere founded by people who liberated themselves from slavery, Haiti declared its independence on the first of January in 1804. We begin 2013 with tasty soup joumou and a happy update [...]

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“I was so impressed and this is the first one. I can’t wait to see what you will do next year.” The above quote is representative of the sentiments attendees shared with us in the days following our first annual dinner dance. Happily, the event’s success has also inspired new volunteers who have been recruited [...]

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Faith, Hope and Love -Juju’s Children’s Manor will host its First Annual Dinner Dance on Friday, July 27 from 9 PM to 1 AM. We want Juju’s Manor to be a reality this year and we need your support. Please send an email to to purchase your ticket. If you are unable to attend, [...]


Hello world! Welcome to the new website for Faith, Love, Hope – Juju’s Manor. We look forward to interacting with you on Twitter (@jujusmanor), Tumblr, Facebook, and other places on the web, but is the hub where you will find the greatest detail as we progress. After you read our About Us and Objectives [...]


Druid Hills United Methodist Church, located in Atlanta, Georgia, has been among the most consistent supporters of Faith, Love, Hope – Juju’s Manor. In addition to inviting our founder to present information about our organization at their church dinners, DHUMC raised $1500.00 to support our efforts at a yard sale organized by their youth group. [...]


Haiti Memory Project

February 27, 2012  /  No Comments ››

Have you heard about the Haiti Memory Project? It is an oral history project hosted by the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky Libraries. The project consists of over one hundred recorded interviews with Haitian people who were living in Port-au-Prince in 2010. The personal narratives tend to focus [...]


For those who haven’t read it already, we would like to call our visitors’ attention to a lovely op-ed written by Laurent Dubois and Deborah Jensen that was published by the New York Times in January. Titled “Haiti Can Be Rich Again,” the op-ed is a high level historical overview of Haiti’s “counter-plantation” system and [...]


Dr. Paul Farmer and Partners in Health are raising an alarm concerning a likely surge in Haiti’s recent cholera epidemic during Haiti’s rainy season, which begins in April. Children are among those most likely to die if sickened by waterborne cholera bacteria. As of February 2012 Haiti’s cholera epidemic has killed 7,000 people and left [...]

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