Our Next Adventure at House of Hope, and you're invited

We are excited to share with our House of Hope supporters exciting news! Over the last year we have been tossing around the idea of acquiring a Guest House.  The idea has been on paper for quite some time.  The dream even longer.  Paul, myself, and many of our supporters have tried to come up with just how we could make this dream a reality.  In April of this year we took a leap of faith and "hope" that now was the time to make it happen.  There is always a season and a reason! The opportunity for the perfect house came to us. With lots of support from our Board Members, Family, Friends, and even Strangers, we were blessed with the ability to have our dreams come true.  We now offer a beautiful home for House of Hope travelers, fellow Missionaries, Haitians, or folks who want to visit Montrouis. The house is a beautiful place to relax and enjoy, with plenty of indoor and outdoor space available.  We will enjoy hosting teams who visit the community we love to call home. House of Hope like many of you was spending up to 70% of our funds raised for a team trip going to the hotel.  We are excited to use the funds we will be saving to help with our sustainable programs in the community. If you travel to the Montrouis area we invite you to come stay with us.  More details and information available for you in the near future. Look for the Guest House tab on the website, and also a fb page.   I am sharing with you now in hopes you consider staying with us on a future trip.  We can accommodate 14-20 people currently, have 5 bed rooms and 5 full bathrooms.  We also offer 2 fresh meals a day.  Please contact myself or Paul (Kesnel Toussaint) for availability and pricing.  Looking forward to sharing our home with you! 


Amy Fletcher

House of Hope



House of Hope Guest House now available for you to rent!

House of Hope Guest House now available for you to rent!

Ho Ho Hope for Haiti 2016

We are excited at House of Hope to have a team traveling to Haiti to celebrate Christmas, the New Year and Haitian Independence Day! Our folks are gearing up for an amazing trip educating, empowering and celebrating with our children and brothers and sisters in Haiti.  We will have travelers who have joined us in the past, and we are welcoming new friends along to share their gifts and talents. This trip we are spending time with our friends at Maison des Enfants de Dieu an Orphanage in Port au Prince, along with the community of Montrouis. We have lots planned to do with the children, and are excited about bringing some Christmas Cheer.  The teams have exciting plans for the children and their friends in the community.  We are grateful to everyone who has, and continues to support our travelers as they share their gifts and talents. On this very special trip we will be giving the children presents, some itemsbasic everyday things they need, but we are also hoping to give each child a new church outfit and shoes.  The children love to dress up for church, and we would love for them to celebrate their Independence Day in a new outfit! Our needs and wants are always changing, and we are grateful to those of you who continue to support.  Giving us items you have collected, and also the in kind financial gifts.  We are asking this Holiday Season you consider a gift that will help change the lives of those in need.  A gift that will bring joy to a child, mother, wife or friend in Haiti. We will be doing distributions to not only the children in our Orphan Care, but also community children, the Women in our Empowerment Program, and also our Heroes of Hope Soccer Team. 

Please consider one of the many ways you can help this Holiday:

Do a collection of items we will be taking to Haiti. Pick one item from the list or several and get your friends, family, church family, and classmates to help with this effort.  Some basic items are: Coloring books/activity, small pack Crayola crayons, full size tooth paste, deodorant (solid), mosquito spray, children's OTC medicine/non gummy vitamins, anything that glows sticks, bracelets, ect., tie dye kits, children's white t shirts, swim toys, hair beads/bows, puzzles, matching games, soccer balls, outside games.

Sponsor a child in our Orphan Care.  Help to care for the child and ensure their basic needs are met. You can get involved with your sponsor child or simply just help us help them by your generous monthly gift of $40.00

Gift a Goat in our Goats to Hope Program. This one time gift of $100.00 will help sustain a Haitian family. They then re gift the first female back to House of Hope to gift to another needy family in the community. 

Simply make a donation on your behalf or on behalf of a loved one.  We currently are working on a few Major Projects that are costly.  The building of the classroom/storage room at the Nazarene School where the children at House of Hope attend.  We are planning a solar project at Hope 1221 orphanage, and also the construction of a fence around the yard at House of Hope to protect the children. Please consider this option if you are looking for a year end gift.  We are a 501c3, and would love to find a company who may want to do a Company Match campaign for our cause. 

Please think outside the box this Holiday, and bring Ho Ho Hope for those we love and serve in Haiti this year!  Contact us if you have any questions on how you can help us help them... We are looking forward to your gift and want to thank you in advance!  Please have all donations collected and to us via the website or send to

House of Hope 3155 East Point Street East Point GA 30344

Thank You and Blessings to all of our Friends and Family!









ATLANTA Fundraising Event - 10/17



Hello Friends,

Enclosed for your review is a proposal from Project House of Hope supporting our upcoming Fall Luncheon and Silent Auction. The Event is being held Saturday afternoon October 17th 12:00pm-3:00pm at The Gallery EAV 490 Flat Shoals Ave SE Atlanta GA.  We will offer Southern BBQ and Haitian food for our guests to enjoy. We are encouraging our friends, church families, sponsors and business partners to join us for an event that’s sure to be a memorable afternoon.  Spending time with friends, music, live artist, silent auction and more.  

PHoH is a non profit based in Atlanta GA with support Advocates all over the country, working hard and sharing our story with others.  PHoH Partners, Sponsors and Advocates have an opportunity to develop life long relationships with the children at our orphanages and the amazing people in the community of Montrouis Haiti that we serve.  We work diligently and respectfully to provide resources for the children and the community.   Our team is traveling to Haiti on November 8th we will host our ladies in the sewing program teaching new patterns and preparing them for shipping of holiday items tomake and sell.  We will also be delivering a host of musical instruments for the children in our Orphan care program.  Currently we are collecting gently used and new instruments for the trip.  Please contact us if you have any to donate.   We will be distributing Goats in our “Goats to Hope Program”, offering Haitian’s a means for a sustainable future.  As a Platinum Sponsor we will gifts goats in your honor while in Haiti.  For more information on our community programs and Orphan care please visit the website projecthouseofhope.org. We are always excited to share our work with others.  If you are interested in joining us on a trip that will change your life in a beautiful and meaningful way, check into the travel program for more details.  

We rely on folks like you to help us continue our efforts: 

Educating, empowering, and equipping Haitians to build stronger communities and families through sustainable programs and orphan care. Giving them an opportunity to become leaders and to set positive examples for their families and the community in which they live. Having hope for a brighter tomorrow for themselves and the generations to come.  We thank you! 

Hope to see you on the 17th

Amy Fletcher 

We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. ~Winston Churchill

The attached proposal requests you to become a PHoH partner offering financial support for our November and January Humanitarian trips and project commitments. A full list of activities, classes, and clinics available for you to see on line.  PHoH hope’s you consider this opportunity and its benefits when reviewing the enclosed sponsorship proposal.  

By supporting our efforts, you will help provide a positive long term impact on the children at House of Hope orphanage and the people in their community.  In addition, the high profile benefits that you will receive are identified in the proposal. 

There are 4 ways you can help our cause:

1.  Become a Honored Sponsor and receive the perks associated with the Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze levels. 

2. Donate Gift Cards and or merchandise for Silent Auction.

3. Give an In Kind Donation to our cause.

4. Sponsor a House of Hope child

5. Purchase individual tickets for yourself or as a gift for someone. 

Please look over the attached proposal and join other business leaders in your community supporting PHoH’sFall Luncheon and Silent Auction. If you need additional information about PHoH please check out our website at www.projecthouseofhope.org, or contact me directly at fletch.houseofhope@gmail.com  We will contact you in the near future to discuss your participation in our efforts.

On behalf of PHoH the children at House of Hope orphanage and the people of their community, we Thank You for supporting our efforts.


Amy Fletcher 

Founder PHOH


Sponsor information:

At the $2000.00 Platinum Level, you will publicly be associated with PHoH in our community and on line. Benefits include, but not limited to:

  1. Company logo as a “Platinum Sponsor”printed on approximately 300 donation/sponsor forms. 
  2. Company name and phone number posted on our social media pages and website.
  3. Company logo on large banner displayed at the event and on flyers distributed in local business, schools and churches. 
  4. Two 8 top tables at the event, and 16 tickets for you to share. 
  5. A Goat gifted to a needy family in Haiti in your honor. Distribution of goat in November.

At the $1000.00 Gold Sponsor Level, you will publicly be associated with PHoH in our community and on line. Benefits include, but not limited to:

  1. Company name identified as a “Gold Sponsor” printed on approximately 300      donation/sponsor forms
  2. Company name and phone number posted on our social media pages and website 
  3. Company name displayed on large banner displayed at the event and on flyers distributed in local business, schools, and churches.
  4. One 8top table at the event ,and 8 tickets for you to share 

At the $800.00 Silver Sponsor Level, you will publicly be associated with PHoH in our community and on line. Benefits include, but not limited to:

  1. Company Name as a “Silver Sponsor” printed on approximately 300 donation/sponsor forms

      2.  Company name and phone number posted on our social media pages and website 

      3.  Company name displayed at the event with Company contact information.

4. One 8 top table at the event, and 8 tickets to share.

At the $500.00 Bronze Sponsorship Level, you will publicly be associated with PHoH in our community and on line. Benefits include but are not limited to:

  1. Company name highlighted on donation and sponsor forms, social media and website.
  2. One 8 top table and 8 tickets to share


          Individual tickets $50.00 Pair of tickets $90.00 


Merchant Donation Information and Silent Auction items: We are in need of Gift Cards and other merchandise to offer as auction items and to reward the commitment of our participants. If you are willing to make a donation for this purpose, we appreciate your support. All donated items are to be gifted by September 16th, Thanks in Advance! 


Investing in this project ensures a brighter future for the children at House of Hope Orphanage, their staff and the entire community we serve.  The impact of this event can stretch to hundreds of gracious, resilient and humble individuals.  Together we “ordinary” folks can do “extraordinary “things.  Contact as your earliest convince to discuss how you can get involved.

www.projecthouseofhope.org   fletch.houseofhope@gmail.com  call Amy @ 678-756-4920




Brooke's Travel Experience to Haiti

Brooke, a supporter and ambassador of House of Hope, wanted to share about her travel experience with our team. We would love for you to be inspired by her story and  join a trip to Haiti! 

I don’t know whose smile was bigger, Amy Fletcher’s (founder of PHOH) or the beautiful Haitian assistants and translators. This is my thought as I meet Amy and the Haitian crew for the first time in Haiti. She’s arrived with her husband, sister, and Kathy Fischer in tow, and we are all saying hello as we pack into the van for our first destination.

This is how my first trip to Haiti with Project House of Hope began. It was an absolutely beautiful January day in Haiti, and I immediately felt safe, happy and pleased that I’d come. Of course, for me, traveling to new foreign lands makes me feel so alive. This was my first trip to Haiti, and it was off to a great start.

I’ll stop here and explain that I’ve actually traveled to Haiti twice now with PHOH. My first trip in January 2015 was so amazing, that I HAD to go back as soon as possible. So I found myself back in Haiti this past June 2015.  For my first trip, I raised money for my flight and expenses. Everyone was so pleased to donate, as my mission to meet, help and even teach yoga to orphans in Haiti touched everyone’s heart.  In about 3 months, I raised $2,300 dollars and then was off to Haiti. For my second trip, I had vowed to use my tax refund money to cover costs, and dip into my personal savings to cover the balance. It was so worth it to me to spend this money on going back to Haiti to see the orphans, and to meet the newest additions. After my first trip, and getting to know the darlings in the orphanages (they will win your heart without even trying), I couldn’t imagine not going right back! In addition to spending time with the kids, I had the pleasure of being involved in many other projects. For example, teaching yoga to the Women’s Empowerment Group that PHOH has started. What fun to teach these ladies who had never even HEARD of yoga or meditation. (When we were done, they wanted to know right away when the next class would be.) I assisted with Goats for Hope, and the health and wellness fun run for the kids in the village. I also assisted projects such as: teaching ladies how to make home-made mosquito repellent, and how to sew with sewing machines (Having no sewing skills, I babysat while the other volunteers taught the sewing classes). I also assisted the dance teachers as they taught the orphans how do to tap and ballet. I taught yoga to kids at a local school that is in desperate need of assistance. And, to top it off, all of the people I interacted with had a big smile and were so kind and as helpful as possible. I’m talking from the hotel staff, to the translators, to the leaders in the churches, and beyond.

Admittedly, I’m well traveled and have been to several developing nations, so not much shocked me or was brand new to me. So, it took no time for me to fall into a rhythm each day. For a traveler new to developing nations, it may take a little more adjusting, but I know Amy and her whole crew do their very best to make new travelers feel comfortable.

I could go on and on about each of my trips, but I know blogs are supposed to be short enough to not lose people’s attention. Let me end with a few final points.  What made me feel safe while I was in Haiti? First of all, Amy has been to Haiti countless times and speaks basic Creole to meet your needs around town, at the orphanage, and at the hotel. The translators that PHOH uses have incredible English & patience. They can assist you in any way you need from cell phone function to changing your airline tickets, and so much more. Everyone has a smile and is ready for a good laugh. This made me feel right at home early on. Amy is like a mother-hen; she has her eyes on you all of the time and wants you safe at all costs. You are connected with PHOH people from the moment you step out of the airport upon landing, until you return to the airport to head home. Most of the trips are busy and filled with going here and there for projects, events, service and visits all day. But on occasion you get to relax at the beach or the pool, and it’s quite nice. The coastal area of Montrious is quite beautiful and something to behold. Maybe you’ll even get to drink from a freshly cut coconut! 

by Brooke Nisbet

Yoga Teacher & Leader in Daphne, AL.

Keep Olsen Smiling

Photos by @HaleyGeorge

Photos by @HaleyGeorge

He looks up with shy eyes, speaking softly-- but speaking

Three years ago, Olsen came to House of Hope as a malnourished two-year-old, with scabies, parasites, and no indication that he could formulate a word. In light of Haiti’s 300,000 orphans, House of Hope provides children with a safe place to call home and an attention to their most basic, human needs.

When Olsen arrived, he was immediately immersed in a world he had never before experienced. Transformation ignited through access to familial community, education, and nutrition. Olsen grew from having no energy to being able to keep up in playing alongside the other children; he changed form being worn by a sad demeanor to wearing an endearing smile.

Though shy at first, Olsen warms up quickly by grasping an outstretched hand or snuggling sweetly into any empty lap. In three years at House of Hope, Olsen has grown –– from silent to resounding, from apathetic to attentive, from neglected to loved, and from detached to engaged –– always with his joyful grin.

House of Hope loves transforming lives, like Olsen's, by providing kids with a safe home, health, education and family. Give the gift of life transformation for Olsen and his siblings at House of Hope.


The Power of Hope - an Update from the Founder

The Power of Hope - an Update from the Founder

GUESS WHAT!? We have a new website!! What better time to launch this new site then on the heels of an amazing summer trip to Haiti. Returning from the past few weeks in Haiti, I am encouraged by the work we have been able to do AND even more excited about the direction we are heading. We've been able to see so much progress and sustainability within all of our programs and overall community. Each person that joined us in Haiti was able to share their unique gifts and talents. We were able to mentor, lead, teach new skills and just share good ole fashioned love to so many. It truly was an amazing time for our organization. 

At the end of last year, we decided to strategically focus our efforts on four core areas that allow us to work efficiently and effectively with locals in Haiti. The results have been incredible. We ARE making a lasting impact on the lives of the those we work with and future generations. We have made so much progress since we first started and are grateful to all of you who have supported us along the way. Not many folks can say (well at least ordinary folks like me) they have witnessed the transformation of a community through the generosity of others many of these individuals will never meet. Individuals of this community are human beings who did not ask to be born in a country where the most basic resources are often not available and where it is a struggle to survive. However, through our programs, we have been able to provide these resources - allowing individuals to thrive and care for themselves and their families - and now wanting to encourage their community to do the same. I am honored to walk along each of you in this journey of simply loving others.