From the Chairman

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UPDATE: CRUDEM/ HOPITAL SACRE COEUR MARCH 10, 2010

Recently,the most frequently asked question is" What is Hopital Sacre Coeur's plan for the future". Read More
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UPDATE: CRUDEM HOPITAL SACRE COEUR: March 3, 2010

I've decreased my updates to weekly because the acute phase of this catastrophe has ended. However the catastrophe continues and in many ways is worse than the acute phase. Read More
The CRUDEM Foundation

Appeal Letter March ’09

Last week I traveled a new route to Haiti. For the first time in my almost two decades of travel to the hospital, I opted to go through Turks & Caicos instead of my... Read More
The CRUDEM Foundation

Appeal Letter December ’08

Recently, a first time visitor to Hôpital Sacré Coeur announced with great conviction, “We don’t need to bring the United States to Haiti and make that country like our own. We just need to... Read More

Appeal Letter March ’08

No matter how many times I go to Haiti something always manages to stop me short and send my heart to the middle of my throat. My January trip was no exception. Read More

Appeal Letter December ’07

One of the observations that volunteers frequently make is that the Haitian people seem so happy despite having little material assets. Most don't have the simple comforts of running water and electricity, yet there... Read More
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Update: February 17. 2010

You would think that after all the helicopters and emergency patients we have received over the past month  the last thing we would need is a disaster drill. Read More

Crying at odd times!: An update

We are now 1 month and 2 days after the earthquake and are starting to settle into a long term plan for patient care. The drama of the helicopters arriving and the seriously injured... Read More

Dr. Peter Kelly, of Wilbraham, on CRUDEM Foundation’s relief efforts to bring Haitian children to Western Massachusetts for treatment

Today thanks to the efforts of many people and the generosity of an anonymous donor, 8 of our seriously ill children ranging in age from 3 to 13 were allowed by the Haitian authorities... Read More
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Miracles do happen!

Today thanks to the efforts of many people and the generosity of an anonymous donor, 8 of our seriously ill children ranging in age from 3 to 13 were allowed by the Haitian authorities... Read More