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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Children & Youth, Christianity, International, International Development, International Relief, Religion, Youth Development - Religious Leadership

Mission: HIM was founded to help provide opportunities to the people of Haiti. As the needs are great, so are the broad range of outreaches we conduct. As resources are available, our leadership selects projects to provide infrastructure to the individual and community. Heavy emphasis is placed on education and practical needs, including feeding the poor.

Target demographics: residents of Haiti

Direct beneficiaries per year: 1,200 students, 450 full scholarships to school, hundreds of camp attendees.

Geographic areas served: Haiti

Programs: Foster home, sponsorship program for school students, providing educational opportunities to students in need, educational & recreational camps at our retreat center, short term visiting volunteers outreaches- teaching ESL, building and children's outreaches.

Community Stories

7 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1 Karen373

Donor

Rating: 5

This is the real deal! Education and other outreaches are changing a nation. This ministry is there when disaster strikes. Support HIM!

1 Frantz L.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Grow up seeing all the progress being made in my community by HIM. It's envolment in so many different areas of life place it among the best NGOs I know. I am thankful for the many kids who have an education because of HIM, including myself. You can give someone gold, diamond and many precious gifts, but none can compare to the gift of education! Thanks HIM.

2

Volunteer

Rating: 5

There are few non-profits whose mission addresses all the needs of those in an impoverished country. Hosean does exactly that by meeting the needs of the people of Haiti spiritually, educationally and economically by equipping people with life skills and job opportunities.
I have supported Hosean's child sponsorship program and worked as an advocate for the organization in my church, my city (Little Rock, AR) and across the South. It is easy to be an advocate after yo see the work first-hand in Pignon, Haiti. There's no greater mission than the one Hosean International Ministries is taking on.

Volunteer

Rating: 4

I have been on a missions trip to Hoasean's church in pigeon Haiti .and I know the pastor Caleb Lucien and his family they are great people and have a Jett for Christ. This non profit is a good kne to check out of you just want to go on a short term missions trip . I had a phenomenal time

2 Natalie R.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I first heard of HIM through my church. After my first mission trip in 2009, I was initially overcome with emotions. However, my spirits were lifted after witnessing and being apart of the work HIM is doing. Seeing firsthand the school, church, camp and rehab clinic helped me see there are organizations and people out there doing exactly what they say will be done. I saw where funds and manpower were being used to bless others.

1

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I came to know of Hosean International Ministries through a friend, and I am now proud to say that I work for HIM! If ever I have seen God move and work through people is it through Caleb and Debbie Lucien. I can honestly say they are the most real people I know and have hearts of gold! They are totally in this to serve God and His people!

4

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

When I first met Caleb Lucien and the other leaders of HIM, I automatically bought in my American skepticism with me by asking myself "is this real? Are they doing good work or are they profiting from this great work?" To my surprise, they were the real deal in Haiti. Everything from school development to electricity in a rural community to taking care of orphans, they give you a holistic picture of economic development one initiated and run by nationals. In HIM is a huge camp site for students who are not able to afford the opportunity to just have fun and be children. In this camp students, men and women are afforded the opportunity to retreat from the day to day life in Haiti and enjoy a plethora of activities.