—Filling Hearts Worldwide—

Haiti

Haiti

Following the earthquake of January 12, 2010, Happy Hearts Fund has rebuilt six schools with five computer labs.

By the end of 2014, seven more schools will be rebuilt.

Chile

Chile

Following the earthquake of February 27, 2010, Happy Hearts Fund has rebuilt one school with one computer lab.

Colombia

Colombia

Following the flooding of 2011 in Cartagena, Happy Hearts Fund will rebuild one school by the end of 2014.

Philippenes

Philippines

Following the Super Typhoon Haiyan of November 8 2013, Happy Hearts Fund will rebuild five schools by the end of 2014.

Indonesia

Indonesia

Following the earthquakes of May 27, 2006 and September 2, 2009, Happy Hearts Fund has rebuilt 67 schools with one computer lab.

By the end of 2014, five more schools will be rebuilt.

Thailand

Thailand

Following the tsunami of December 26, 2004, Happy Hearts Fund has rebuilt two schools with one computer lab.

Peru

Peru

Following the earthquake of August 15, 2007 and the floodings of 2012 and 2013, Happy Hearts Fund has rebuilt eight schools with eight computer labs. By the end of 2014, one more school will be rebuilt and one more school in 2015.

Mexico

Mexico

Following the floodings of November 1, 2007 and later floodings, Happy Hearts Fund has rebuilt five schools with five computer labs. By the end of 2014, two more schools will be rebuilt and one more school in 2015.

USA

USA

Following the Hurricane Sandy of October 29 2012, Happy Hearts Fund donated 104 iPads to replace those that were lost during the hurricane to The Scholars' Academy in the Rockaways.

Rebuilding After the Spotlight

Happy Hearts Fund rebuilds safe-resilient schools in areas impacted by natural disasters.

We work during the gap period when children are forgotten after emergency response is complete, bringing hope and empowerment to generations of children and entire communities.

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