Three Generation Education

“Compassion is something
we all need to
receive and give.”

Catherine Pulsifer

Share Education

“Compassion is something we all need to receive and give.”

Catherine Pulsifer

Share Education

Three Generations of people from one community sharing with those in need from another community, and in the process, both communities learn from each other and grow.

Our Recent Stories


Storybook

During our first trip to Haiti, our family got to see how the kids living in Canaan were lacking simple materials for the school such as pencils, markers, and books. Once seeing their passion for education and to their diligence in school, our family decided that the next time we would visit Haiti, we would […]

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Wedding rings project

During the Haiti trip of 2017, we encountered 15 Canaan couples who were going to be married in December.  Hearing their stories inspired me to bring them the symbol of hope and love, wedding rings!  As a jewelry designer and a previous studio member of Metalwerx (school and community studio for jewelry making in Waltham, MA), I shared this opportunity with the director of Metalwerx, Lindsay Minihan. She […]

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Our Cooking Class in Canaan: Sharing Cultures

Women in Canaan are eager to vary the menus they can offer their families.  They have wood or charcoal fires for cooking in their homes, but we used the newly installed electric stove in Canaan’s health clinic kitchen for a cross-cultural cooking class. Ji Hwang selected 2 dishes with ingredients to which the Haitian women would have access, one actually passed down from her grandma.     The Haitian women gathered excitedly from around the area, having […]

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Yard Sale & 6th Grade Classroom

In March of 2017, our family made the decision to move to California from Massachusetts. So we planned to have a garage sale before the move. Around the time we were deciding to move to CA, our family friends, Bill and Judy Long, introduced us to Pastor Arthur Demosthenes, who is doing life-changing work in Canaan, Haiti. When he mentioned […]

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