Steven page (Formerly of the band bnl) friday august 27th, 2021


We are excited to announce that Steven Page will be on stage for our 8th annual Healing Haiti fundraiser in the Folden family’s private backyard. Steven is a founding member and former lead singer, guitarist, and a primary songwriter for the Canadian music group, BNL. His iconic voice led the group to international acclaim resulting in Grammy, Billboard Music, Juno, and MTV Video Music nominations and awards. Their songs, One Week, It’s All Been Done, Brian Wilson, The Old Apartment, and If I Had A $1,000,000, helped the band sell 15 million records. Don’t miss this intimate setting to experience his musical talent & humor!

This year, we’re building the size and scope of the venue in hopes of increasing funds for Grace Medical Clinic & Hope Medical Clinic in Haiti.

Simply fill out the form below. You will receive a follow-up email with a link to secure your tickets via a donation to Healing Haiti.

The suggested minimum donation is $150 per ticket (all ticket sales are a direct, tax deductible donation to Healing Haiti)

Here’s the plan:

Foldens home – 10452 Vermillion Circle NE, Blaine MN

6pm – Welcome to the backyard – complimentary food, beverage, and fellowship
7pm – Show starts!

During the evening, there will be a short talk and video shown outlining the current needs of Grace and Hope Clinics in Haiti. If so moved, there will be additional opportunities to give to this mission, which is so close to our hearts.

For more information, please contact bryanm@healinghaiti.org



“When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you. When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze. For I am the Lord your God, the Holy One of Israel, your Savior…” (Isaiah 43:2-3)
Isaiah’s words remind his audience (and us) that “when” God’s people passed through the sea in Exodus, God miraculously delivered them. It’s important to note that it’s not “Before you pass through the water” or “rivers”, “fire”, or “flames” but…
God delights in living up to his name “your Savior”, but often does so only AFTER we take the first step into the shadows of seemingly impossible circumstances.
Whatever your “waters” are today, know that God promises his presence “when…”.



The ongoing situation in Haiti has left many organizations like ours wondering about the best way to move forward. We’re grateful that in places like Titanyen, a measure of peace has persisted. We still don’t know what each new day will hold, but we’re certain of the fact that God wants to continue using Healing Haiti to
In times of uncertainty, we’ve often relied on the wisdom and discernment of our Haitian staff to lead the way. This moment is no different.
In the wake of President Moise’s assassination on July 7th, businesses across Haiti shut down. Fleri Restaurant and Bakery was no different. Our Executive Manager of Fleri Bakery and Restaurant shared what happened next,
“July 8th, after having been closed for two days I got the call from Jude, our bakery manager at 7pm. ‘It’s time for us to open, tomorrow we make bread for the community.’ That Friday and Saturday my staff showed up and made 50,000 piece of bread to be sold, resold and consumed. It wasn’t enough, and it was hard to turn away merchant’s after we had sold out. It gave us resolve to continue. It inspired me, and once again put into perspective just how lucky I have been to learn from those I work alongside.”
We are thankful for our Haitian staff who, in the midst uncertainty, are eager to serve as part of Haiti’s inevitable healing.


Too often the only news out of Haiti that ever reaches our shores is heartbreaking.
But over the past 15 years we’ve learned Haiti—its culture, history, land, and people—are far more beautiful than tragic.
Over the past several months, we’ve begun a tradition with our short-term teams: .
A day or two before leaving Haiti, we gather alongside our Haitian staff on a mountaintop overlooking the hills of Titanyen and the Caribbean below. We challenge the teams,
“When you return home, you’ll be tempted to share stories about the difficult things you’ve seen. But we challenge you to share at least as many stories about the power of Haiti, the grit of its people, and the abundant beauty all around you.
May the breaking of these stories ring out among the waves heartbreak.