We work in partnership with others as we serve our brothers and sisters in Haiti. Below you will find information and links to some organizations we have had the opportunity to work with while in the United States and Haiti, as well as a few pages of general information about the country of Haiti. We hope you find these pages helpful!
Healing Haiti is a Minnesota based ministry that seeks to serve the Lord bringing clean water, food, housing and education to the poor and most vulnerable of Haiti providing opportunities to live and share faith through strong Christ centered relationships.
Heartline is located in the heart of Port au Prince, Haiti. They work to provide the women and children in the community with a safe place to learn about Jesus and to adopt life-skills.
The Haiti Lutheran Mission Society is based in Lincoln, Nebraska. Their three part mission plan is: Saving Souls, Healing Bodies, and Providing Accredited Christian Education. In the past the HMP has worked with this group to build orphanages, churches, and schools in the country of Haiti.
The missionaries of Charity run several houses in Haiti,serving the poorest of the poor. We are often able to volunteer time at Sanfil, the home for the dying, and at the children’s hospital in Port Au Prince.
Compassion International is one of the nation’s largest Christian organizations, working with more than 65 denominations and thousands of indigenous church partners in Africa, Asia, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. Since 1952, Compassion’s revolutionary approach, through one-to-one Christian child sponsorship, has touched the lives of more than 1.6 million children. Compassion has been recognized for its financial integrity with top ratings and recommendations by several “watchdog”organizations. You can Sponsor a child from Haiti for 32 dollars a month.
Feed My Starving Children is committed to feeding God’s starving children hungry in body and spirit. Their approach is simple: Volunteers pack nutritious meals made up of rice, soy, vitamins and dehydrated vegetables, and they partner with relief organizations worldwide to distribute these meals to starving children. Feed My Starving Children sent 6,836,400 meals to Haiti in 2006 through mission partner, Love a Child.
The World Factbook providesup to date information on the country of Haiti from the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States. Here you will find population trends,economics, religious involvement, and other information regarding the country of Haiti.