A place to learn

​A place to grow

A place to serve

No longer a silent world

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sponsor a Deaf child for any amount up to $100 a month. this will provide them with a dorm room, nutritious meals, medical care, and an education to meet theier needs.

Accurate statistics are not known, but the vast majority of deaf children do not have access to education and are often not qualified for employment. They grow up completely dependent on others. In additional to typical academics, access to vocational training is a big part of our program. By providing a nurturing Christian environment and access to language development, academic and spiritual education, vocational training, job placement and deaf advocacy training, we believe we will equip the children with the skills they need to qualify for employment and a future of independence. Our vision is for the Deaf in Haiti to feel empowered and attain self-reliance. 




      volunteer your time


join us in haiti for a long-term or short-term mission trip, or internship​


help us stateside with projects, special events, child sponsorships oR Fundraising.

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Haiti Deaf Academy

We opened in September 2013 for students who required housing while attending school in Leveque, Haiti. Traditional day schools do not exist for deaf children in Haiti so beds were immediately filled as our doors opened, providing access to education that would otherwise not exist for these students. We have filled to a capacity of 52 students and have at least that many on the waiting list. Expansion plans are underway! 
Deaf adults staff the dorms and provide Christ based parenting and role modeling. Sign Language is the primary means of communication, expanding the world for many of these children who joined us with no means of communicating with their families or friends. 

Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.

​​Proverbs 22:6

A project of Hands of Life (formerly CB Deaf Ministry)