On Sunday, December 4th, 2022, our very own, Karlie Redd, received the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award for the global humanitarian work she has done with Giving Hearts with Love Foundation. The event took place at Hotel Zaza in Houston Texas and brought together humanitarians from across the United States who
Yesterday we visited the border in Del Rio Texas where thousands of Haitian migrants had gathered over the days prior. This massive migration is a direct result of the desperation and the need to flee their country to seek opportunities in the United States due to the political instability and
Following the earthquake and the hurricane that negatively impacted Haiti just days apart from each other, Giving Hearts with Love Foundation answered the call for help. On August 25th, 2021 we landed in Haiti with tons of water, tarps, tents, medical supplies, non-perishable food items, hygiene products, and baby products.
On Saturday, August 14, 2021, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck Haiti’s southern peninsula, causing widespread destruction in the Caribbean country. Two cities, Jeremie and Les Cayes, reported that at least 2,200 people were confirmed dead, more than 12,200 were injured, and hundreds more were missing. Some 50,000 homes were destroyed,
Haitians all across Atlanta showed up on Thursday, August 15, 2019 with back to school donations in hand for children in Haiti. Appropiately called “An Evening in Haiti,” the night featured Haitian vendors, food, music, culture, and most importantly, lots of love for Haiti. Our celebrity ambassadors and two of
January 12, 2010 will always be remembered as a day of pain and sorrow in Haitian history. That was the day that a 7.0 earthquake shook Haitian soil leaving an already suffering nation in even greater turmoil. Thousands perished, thousands were injured and millions were left homeless. Giving Hearts with
On February 22nd, 2017, State Representative, Erica Thomas, and Governor Nathan Deal celebrated the Haitian community and its contributions to the State of Georgia. Together they declared February 22nd “Haitian Day” in Georgia; a day that will always be remembered in the history books for Haitian Americans living not only
January 12th, 2017 marked the 7th anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti in 2010 and what better way to help memorialize that day in Haiti’s history than a huge gospel concert with a international award winning artist such as Kirk Franklin. With some 10,000 people in attendance, The ‘Rise