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Washington, D.C. Stay-at-Home Gala

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Washington, D.C. Stay-at-Home Gala
October 10, 2015

Where Absence Makes Your Dollars Go Farther

Cocktails will... Read More

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Hotter than Haiti: Taste of Haiti

Thank You St. Louis!!!

September 10, The Schlafly Tap Room, St. Louis
Thank you for making this a memorable and successful event!

Your generous support is greatly appreciated and will have a meaningful and significant impact... Read More

Hotter than Haiti: Taste of Haiti

vintage haiti 6.jpg.opt210x470o0,0s210x470Please Join Us to Celebrate — in Haitian Style — The CRUDEM Foundation and Hôpital... Read More


Good News from Milot

I am so grateful for this opportunity to tell you about all the wonderful works being done in Milot and the tremendous spirit of hope among the people we serve. Despite the most dreadful... Read More
Salamy, a blind man dances for joy outside his newly built house.

Hôpital Sacré Coeur’s Sister Ann Crawley Leads the Way in Tackling the Ravishes of Extreme Poverty

When the Sacréd Heart Brothers of Montreal first arrived in the jungle outpost of Milot in 1968, they realized they needed to address the cycle of disease and extreme poverty through multiple channels: rural... Read More


Read the full issue online here: Fall 2015 – Bon Nouvèl, Hôpital Sacré Coeur News Read More

A Prayer for CRUDEM & Hôpital Sacré Coeur

Offered by Monsignor Vernon Gardin, Pastor, Immacolata Parish, St. Louis, MO. Read More
The Infamous Scale of Justice

Donor Spotlight: The St. Louis Phatt BoyZ with Pete & Wendy McGowan

2015 marked the 10th anniversary of the Annual St. Louis Phatt BoyZ contest. What started originally as a weight loss contest among a group of modestly inflated middle aged men has now turned into... Read More
A huge thank you to the staff of The Schlafly Tap Room! As always they were PRIMO!!!

Thank You, St. Louis!

On September 10th almost 200 people packed The Schlafly Tap Room on Locust Street to celebrate — in Haitian style — The CRUDEM Foundation and Hôpital Sacré Coeur. Read More
Steve and Karen Reese at Hôpital Sacré Coeur.

A Message from Stephen Reese of St. Louis

All too often people become fixated with an image of Haiti as a place where years of corruption and poverty make it impossible to effect change. That’s not always the case. Read More