Christian Hearts for Haiti is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization focused on distributing school supplies directly to students in the Public School and the Baptist School in Saint Louis Du Sud, Haiti. We work with the Baptist Preacher and the Public School principal to accomplish that goal.
CHARLOTTE , NC 28205
Haiti International Alliance, Inc. (HIA) is a humanitarian-based organization that is working to improve the lives of the people of Haiti. HIA was formed in
2010 by Dr. Jean Rigaud Amilcar Antoine (Pastor Rigaud) in order to oversee the operation of his numerous ministries in Haiti.In Port-au-Prince, Haiti, HIA maintains the following primary areas of assistance.
Bethlehem Evangelical Baptist Church was started on September 2, 1984 by Pastor Rigaud, his wife Melande, and their children Jean Caleb and Jean
Ricot in a small building in Port-au-Prince close to where they are now located. They outgrew that building very quickly and held services in the street.
Pastor Rigaud was called to a meeting at the office of the President of Haiti and given the land where Bethlehem Evangelical Baptist Church and College
Jean Rigaud Antoine are currently located. Bethlehem Evangelical Baptist Church has approximately 2000 people who attend church services each Sunday.
What We Do
Haiti International Alliance is involved in Haiti in the following areas:
Orphan Care (through a partnership with Wayom Timoun)
Haiti International Alliance exists to provide food, housing, education, and medical care for children in the local communities but focuses primarily on the orphans of Haiti.Our Vision:
To bring resources and infrastructure to targeted areas of Haiti with an ultimate goal of helping to stabilize the core issues of employment, shelter, and food - while assisting the growth of the economy.Our Core Values:
• Ethical Standards
PO Box 641289
Miami, Florida 33164-1289
Lifting Up Haiti is a non-profit 501c3 organization located in Bellingham, WA. Our real heart lies in Haiti and with the Haitian people. We were formed in September 2010 and are comprised of a small board of committed caring, passionate people who have all had transforming experiences in Haiti.
We have a small children's home in St Marc, Haiti, 50 miles north of Port au Prince. The home is run by our Haitian Director, Jean Buteau and his wife Gertrude. Their two children also live in the home and the center is unique in that it is small and family centered and provides a wonderful and nurturing place for the children to learn and grow.
BELLINGHAM , WA 98228
Project One Haiti started after a visit to Haiti in August 2011. We had been to Haiti several times after the earthquake but this was our first time to visit the Odascot Orphanage. After seeing the children in such great need and the three women who were caring for them in such a state of exhaustion, we knew we had to do something to help them. Chris & Angie came home and prayed and spent time with God about the situation there. My husband, Chris Jeffers and I started Project One Haiti.
VILLA RICA , GA 30180
The vision of The 410 Bridge is to radically improve the pace and depth of growth in the spiritual and physical health of communities in the developing world by transforming the way that the body of Christ engages in healthy global missions.
By focusing on five main areas of community development, including education, water, discipleship, health and economic empowerment, The 410 Bridge works to restore dignity, purpose and freedom for people in rural, developing communities around the world.
The 410 Bridge gets its name from 1st Peter 4:10 "Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God's grace in its various forms."
Alpharetta, GA 30005 USA