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St. Louis Taste of Haiti Stunning Success!!

Over 200 people joined the celebration and raised over $40,000 for Hopital Sacre Coeur!

Our young Haitian friends Jean,... Read More

Moving Forward

Six months ago Hôpital Sacré Coeur had grown to 420 beds and had just moved the patients from the local schools which had been converted into hospital wards to the hospital tents in preparation for the reopening... Read More

First 35 Beds Donated By 100 Beds for Haiti Campaign Arrive at Hospital!

Article used with permission from The 100 Beds for Haiti Blog

Just a few short weeks ago, our first shipment of 35... Read More

Washington, D.C. Girl Scouts Raise Funds for Hopital Sacre Coeur!

Washington, D.C. area Girl Scout Troop 4566 held a cookie sale to help Hopital Sacre Coeur. When the... Read More

Sponsor a new leg

Jacksonville’s local Channel 12 News did a wonderful story last night on our new prosthetic lab.  Mike Richard, the president of Advance Prosthetics & Orthotics Inc., who donated... Read More

Prosthetic Labs Arrival

I am sorry that I cannot send more detail but when I finish my journal will make it available, but I want... Read More

Dr. Peter Kelly to receive Servitor Pacis Award

An article at reports that The Path to Peace Foundation is to honor CRUDEM’s president, Dr. Peter Kelly:

The foundation also announced that it will be honoring two people with its... Read More

The CRUDEM Foundation

Buy Premium Steaks and Earn $$$ for Hopital Sacre Coeur!

Recently, a good friend, Jeffrey Zornes started a wonderful concept called Cowboy Ribeyes.  It’s direct ship, premium steaks for personal or business gifts. Jeff has been kind enough to donate a portion... Read More


I just returned from Haiti and again was amazed at the many changes since my last visit one month ago. We were blessed to have over 70 volunteers on site which made me... Read More

WA Medical Team heads to Haiti

WENATCHEE — A group of 31 Wenatchee doctors, nurses and aides are in Haiti this weekend, offering skilled help for an impoverished people who were hit by the massive earthquake Jan. 12. Doctors in... Read More