Hanan Waite is a mother, neonatal nurse, author and founder of Earth's Angels. Born and raised in Ghana, West Africa, and orphaned at a very young age, she always knew that she wanted to help others that were in such desperate need in Ghana. At age 15, she moved to the Unites States and became a U.S citizen, still knowing that she would somehow go back to Ghana and give back to those who need it most. In 2012, she founded Earth's Angels with the dream that she could make a difference in the lives of mothers and babies all over the world.

Since its inception, Earth's Angels has helped mothers and babies all over the world. We have supplied hospitals with life saving medical supplies, and refugee camps in Lebanon, with warm clothing for the harsh winters. Founder, Hanan, believes that giving locally is crucial, so there is always a shelter  or 2, that Earth's Angels sponsors. We are still young, and trying to grow, so we rely on the donations of individuals, to continue our work. Please donate, and share with others, who may be moved by our cause.

Read these articles written about Hanan and the organization

To date, Earth's Angels has helped mothers and babies in;


Lebanon--Syrian Refugees




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