Pastor Jean states, “The vision is to create A New Haiti through the strategic training and mentoring of Haitians, in partnership with the global community, in order to create healthy and sustainable Haitian families and communities. This vision can become a reality through the Haitian people loving and valuing themselves, and being loved and valued by others, just as God loves and values them.”
3111 Country Club Dr
Charlotte, NC 28205
The purpose for our corporation is to perform charitable activities within the meaning of Internal Revenue Code Section 501 (c)(3) and the Chapter 496, F.S. Specifically, the corporation is organized to provide disaster relief and development assistance in the form of engineering and other technical consultings and assistance. Furthermore, helping by providing equipment and materials to carry out assistance, and other organizational and consulting services designed to assist local organizations and governments in preparing for and responding to all kinds of disasters caused by terrorism, environmental contamination oil spills, earthquakes, tsunamis and water droughts.
Coral Springs, FL 33076-2250
Antioquia Presente is a social enterprise specializing in population resettlement and social management. It is an entity recognized as efficient, serious and responsible. A transparent and committed organization that becomes the best channel to make effective social investment with visible results.
Corporación Antioquia Presente is a Non-Governmental Organization, non-profit, based in Medellin, created in 1983 by the private sector associations, the academy and the departmental and municipal governments, to channel the solidarity of Antioquia after the tragedy of 31 March in the Department of Cauca, when an earthquake partially destroyed the city of Popayán and other surrounding towns.
Medellín, Colombia – South America
God’s Promise in Haiti is a Christian-based organization our purpose is to serve the spiritual & human needs of the Haitian people by providing access to adequate housing, clean water, nutrition, healthcare, education, and clothing.
Madison, MS 39130 USA
Haiti Help Med Plus, Inc. (HHMP) is a 501 (c) (3), non-profit, charitable, tax-exempt organization (FEI number: 200263595), registered in the state of Florida (registration Number: CH17094) in 2003. “Fondation Haiti Help Med”(FHAHM) is a sister organization registered in Haiti. We have provided sustainable aid to Haiti for over 12 years.
3145 Cecelia Dr
Apopka, FL 32703
Haiti Mission Connection began as a small social justice effort at St. Mark parish in Peoria, in the early 1980’s. Through the years we have expanded to become Haiti Mission Connection with people of many faiths and from beyond the Peoria area. Teams of people traveled to Haiti to a sister parish in Chauffard and then to Sts. James and Philip parish in Jacmel. In 1998 Bishop Poulard requested we begin a mission to an impoverished rural area in the mountains of Southeast Haiti, the town of Bodarie.
In our first mission we asked the community leaders what needs they saw in their community that we might help with. Their answer was clean water, education, and medical care. Since then we have kept these needs in mind. We have introduced a water purification program to be used by individual homes, which has been helpful in decresing the amount of sickness from water borne pathogens.
We held medical missions in Bodarie for several years but decided to sponsor a nurse to be present in the village for ongoing medical care and follow up of chronic disease. She can refer patients to the dispensary in Thiotte, with which we have established a connection. We continue to go on medical missions each year.
P.O. Box 1393
Peoria, IL 61654-1393
To provide basic emergency relief of food, water, clothing and temporary shelters to the earthquake victims of Haiti. 13 Railroad Containers of donated goods, including the above in addition to temporary shelters, construction equipment, medical equipment, drugs and medical supplies. This was all done on a volunteer basis, no individual received and salaries or monies. No director received any compensation.
LYNBROOK , NY 11563
As many of you already know – God blessed our family with the call to serve in Haiti in October of 2001. For 9 years, we faithfully coordinated the fundraising for building schools, but always had a vision of being involved more “hands on.” Patience, He said.
In February of 2010, God opened doors to this vision and in June of 2010 our first “group mission trip” was under way bearing the name of our newly instituted organization, Hands for Haiti!! During this entire process, the support and encouragement from family and friends was overwhelming and God’s willingness to guide and challenge us was amazing. We have learning so many lessons along the way.
We love the people of Haiti and we love Christ’s teaching about helping the poor. Seeing common everyday people working alongside the Haitian people and, despite language and culture differences, building relationships is awesome. Wow – this is Christ’s love outpouring on a whole new level and it is beautiful to witness.
St. Francis of Assisi says,“Preach the Gospel at all times, use words if necessary.” The most powerful witness we can be is by living the Gospel and loving and serving as Jesus did. One of the ways we can do this is by using our “Hands for Haiti.”
WINDHAM , NH 03087
It is a privilege to introduce you to Healing for Haiti, a New Jersey based 501 (c) (3) organization. This effort was started in February 2009, and has caused considerable excitement among those who have an interest in helping people in the poorest country in our hemisphere. Our Board of Directors are a highly motivated group, largely composed of medical professionals, led by Christopher Godek, MD, FACS, and renowned New Jersey Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon.
Homes for HAITIANS is a self-sustaining program to teach Haitians to build earthquake and hurricane resistant homes. The program pays the workers as they are learning the construction and then they go on to build a home for other Haitians.
Come learn, teach and build a home. Give a Haitian family a home. And teach a Haitian to build a home so they can build homes for others.
This effort is a long-term commitment to developing a supply of jobs, material distribution, and most of all a growing spiritual relationship between the people of Haiti and the United Methodist Church.