Giving Thanks For All Our Blessings

Thanksgiving is a time for reflection on all the blessings each of us has received the past year. At Barco’s Nightingales Foundation, we give thanks for all of you in our Community of Compassion. We are grateful for the blessings we receive that give us purpose and allow us to continue our work. Your contributions to Barco’s [...]

Celebrating the Success of our Seventh Solar Water Well in Haiti

We are delighted to share that our seventh solar water well in Haiti is complete and providing fresh, clean water to over 6,000 Haitians. Located in Banane, Haiti,  the BNF Solar Water Well #7 Complex includes six 20,000 gallon containers that house the water drawn from the well. This new well is different from the first six solar [...]

November 16th, 2017|Haiti|0 Comments

Hot Lunch Program in Haiti Grows

We are relieved to report that the Barco’s Nightingales Foundation sponsored programs in Haiti did not suffer much damage from the recent hurricanes. And, we have some exciting news and project plans to share with you about our school lunch program. Benefits of a Hot Meal The children who receive our daily hot lunch program do [...]

September 21st, 2017|Haiti|0 Comments

Meet Delince Cenat: One of the leaders with Hispaniola Mountain Ministries.

We are delighted to bring you this guest blog from our friends at Hispaniola Mountain Ministries. ~Michael and Frida Donner When others who’ve worked alongside him in ministry over the last three years were asked to describe him, there was a consistent underlying thread for Delince Cenat’s personality. JOY. Pure joy. Delince, 35, has a [...]

September 7th, 2017|Haiti|0 Comments

Nearly 800 More Children Are Receiving Hot Lunches Each Day

We are thrilled to announce the three new schools in Haiti where Barco's Nightingales Foundation, through our partner Hispaniola Mountain Ministries, will be providing hot lunches to students each day of the school year. With the addition of these schools, we are well on our way to meeting our goal of feeding 2,000 children each [...]

August 10th, 2017|Haiti|0 Comments

Converting Four First Mission Nurses Into Humanitarian Addicts

We are delighted to share this guest blog on humanitarian nurses by Emily Scott from One Nurse At A Time. ~Michael and Frida Donner Almost every time I tell another nurse about a medical mission I’ve been on, the response I get is, “Oh, I’ve always wanted to do that!” Thanks to One Nurse At [...]

June 29th, 2017|Advocacy, Haiti|0 Comments

Our School and Orphanage Hot Lunch Program in Haiti

We've been sharing the impact your support makes in our ability to provide hot lunches to children throughout Haiti, and in January, announced the addition of 1,000 more to the program and the addition of orphanages to the program. Currently, this vital program serves a total of over 3,000 meals every day of the school [...]

June 15th, 2017|Haiti|0 Comments

Haiti, The Island My Parents Call Home

We are delighted to share this guest blog from our friends at Hispaniola Mountain Ministries. ~Michael and Frida Donner A  Haitian Home Although Woodley Victor, 30, and his three brothers grew up in Brooklyn, NY, they know Haitian culture. Their parents are Haitian immigrants, and he says despite being thousands of miles from the tiny [...]

June 1st, 2017|Haiti|0 Comments

Barco and Wendy’s – A Shared Commitment to Improving the Lives of Children

We are proud to share this guest blog from Wendy's with our Community of Compassion. ~Michael Donner At Wendy’s, we have the privilege of working with some of the world’s best companies who supply everything we need to operate a best in class restaurant system. Our purpose is to provide joy and opportunity through food, family, [...]

May 18th, 2017|Haiti|0 Comments

The Importance of Water

Can you imagine life without safe drinking water? For over 663 million people worldwide, this is a reality. You know from our work in Haiti that the need for clean water is dire in that country. But Haiti is not the only place with severe drought conditions. In addition to drought, thousands lack access to potable water. In [...]

April 13th, 2017|Haiti|0 Comments