The earthquake in January 2010 left over one million people
homeless and more than 300,000 men, women and children dead.
As a native of Haiti with family and friends living there,
Milka Fong returned to Port au Prince to try and help. Her
trip found her working in a hospital where children wandered
aimlessly, confused and frightened by the devastation and
the loss of what they knew of life. From this rubble of
heartbreak, a quiet sound of angels’ voices emerged from
Milka giving peace, security, love and hope to these young
girls. From this devastation came the call to all to help
bring new and better life to millions of people - and the
proof this call has been heard is Angels’ Voice
To donate, click on the button to the left! We appreciate
all of your support, and any amount helps these precious
We are a 501(c)(3) organization.
Friends, with your support, we can still pay for the children to go to school, feed them every day and compensate the staff there.
Thanks in advance for your continued support and may the Lord in heaven continue to bless you and your family.
Hello, my friends!
I am Milka Fong, Founder and CEO of Angels' Voice Orphanage
in Port au Prince, Haiti. As a native of Haiti and one with
many relatives and friends still in Haiti, the January, 2010
earthquake touched the life of my husband and I and many we
loved. We returned to Haiti to do whatever we could shortly
after the earthquake. While there, I was so deeply touched
for the children whose lives were forever changed by the
disaster. I knew there was more that I could do and through
prayer, faith and support of others, Angels' Voice Orphanage
was born. A journey of faith began over three years ago. Over three years ago A.V.O launched its initial
effort to bring relief to those needy and innocent children
who were left for death in the streets of Port-au-Prince
after the disaster of January 12, 2010, sweeping their
homes, ravaging their country and killing their parents and
relatives along. The doors of Angels' Voice Orphanage were
widely open for a limited number of girls in Lilavois,
Haiti. It was a battle between desire to help and the
limitations of funding. We surmounted many challenges to
secure our first effort in keeping the girls safe which
included repairing the damaged building, putting up a ten
foot wall surrounded with barbed wire and securing a strong
As such, we began this work on August 23, 2010 with the help
of so many. After three years of hard work, Angels' Voice girls
have a safe place to stay and a safe place to play. We are
very pleased that God has opened up one door after another
for these girls.