Our purpose is to empower the next generation with clean water initiatives, humanitarian aid, micro-finance projects and various other advocacy programs which create and sustain life in developing nations.
Gen1 Project, Inc is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation based in Texas, which was established in 2016.
DENTON, MO 76208 USA
Hope for Haiti’s Children Ministries is a faith-based child development organization which provides comprehensive care and opportunities to poverty-bound Haitian children and orphans. Our mission is to release these young people from poverty to become all God wants them to become in the name of Jesus. We accomplish this with an innovative approach by addressing each child’s unmet physical, educational, and spiritual needs in partnership with local Christian schools and orphanages in Haiti to develop a new generation of outstanding leaders in Haiti.
Cincinnati, OH 45241
Marion’s calling for the HFC ministry began shortly after she retired. At age 67, she left her 20+ year career, where she served the U.S. military as a Diet Therapist. Determined to not just “sit around” in her retirement years, she set out to get involved in something meaningful, that would be challenging and give her a purpose in post-career years.
Marion began traveling to Haiti, offering her knowledge in planning daily nutritional meal plans for over 1,500 children who were living at a large and over-crowded Christian orphanage. Finding purpose and God’s hand in these visits, she eventually met and partnered with HFC co-founder, Dr. Jacob Bernard.
Their collaboration evolved into starting a new orphanage, by renovating an existing but dilapidated old school building. Through their faith, dedication and compassion for the multitudes of impoverished children, they set out on their vision to make a difference. That same building still houses HFC today, as a 3-story renovated home and school to those they serve.
Marion passed away in 2005, but HFC continues her mission in the name of Christ. Her legacy is perhaps best exemplified by Paul’s words in 2 Corinthians 1:4, “God comforts us in all of our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received from God.”
Marion strongly believed in empowering the Haitian children with the tools that they need to succeed, knowing they could one day become Christian leaders and role models in the Haitian society. Marion’s story is an inspiration to all of us who carry on her dream.
South Natick, MA 01760
We are committed to creating abundance business models in Haiti. We are providing resources, microloans, training and opportunities that will empower and enable Haitians to lift them out of poverty.
Tallahassee, FL 32318 USA
Our mission at Lumiere De Education Foundation is to provide free education to children suffering from extreme poverty in Haiti.
Lumiere De Education Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Evansville, IN 47725
Our vision is that every child receives one daily meal in their place of education and that all those who have more than they need, share with those who lack even the most basic things.
Working together with those who share our vision, we believe there is no good reason why this cannot be realised.
Rebuilding Haiti One by One, Inc. (a 501c3 Corporation) is committed to providing aid to villagers in St-Matin and Embouchure, Haiti. The people here live by agriculture. raising livestock, fishing and the coconut tree (which they reap every 3 months). There is no public school in St-Matin. No medical center. No Power. No good water system. The community dug a well to get water for everyone. The water is not safe and a clean water system is needed. The homes in St-Matin are built with sheet metal, paille and masonry.
NEW RICHMOND, IN 47967