International Child Care Usa Inc
Rating: 5 stars 38 38 reviews 1,835
240 W. Michigan Kalamazoo MI 49007 USA
The mission of International Child Care USA is to respond to a loving God by promoting health and well-being for the children and families of Haiti and the Dominican Republic through caring service and the education of others. Our goal is to raise funds for health-related programs operated by our Haitian and Dominican offices and educate Americans about the health needs in these developing countries. We have a shared vision of health and wholeness for children and families in empowered communities, and all our activities fall within the scope of that vision.
bring health and wholeness to children and families in empowered communities.
Geographic areas served:
Haiti and the Dominican Republic
Grace Children's Hospital, Community Based Rehabilitation, Ophthalmology Clinic, Community Health, Inoculations, Maternal Health and Community Inclusion.
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I have worked with ICC in the DR when I have brought students to Santiago. It is an excellent group. I have also been a donor and have served on the board. Now that I have moved to MI I hope to get more involved!
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I have been bringing church groups to encounter ICC and it's holistic health ministry since 1989. I like to lift up ICC as an example of an NGO whom donors can trust to be good stewards of their gifts. The emphasis on hiring Haitians and Dominicans has helped them to endure the tragedies of grinding poverty, hurricanes, military coups, and the earthquake. ICC's preventative and curative health care is a model for other NGO's to follow, which the World Health Organization and other respected groups have recognized. ICC has gained and kept my trust and respect for all these years, and I look forward to introducing it to more people in the future.
Our church has been involved with ICC since the 1980s. I have co-led over 7 MEET mission trips through ICC from 2009 through 2015. The organization is truly the hands and feet of Jesus serving the people, and particularly, the children of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The staff both in the USA and in the field, have become dear friends. Their dedication, love, faith and service glorify God and serve our friends and neighbors in need. It is an honor and privilege to partner with them.
I have been volunteering with ICC since 2008 in Port-au-Prince, Jolie Trou and most recently, the Dominican Republic. They provide life changing services through health care, education, therapy and relationship building. The ICC workers I have come to know and now call friends, are dedicated and loving. Their skills and energy are inspiring. The children and families receiving services from ICC, have touched my heart and soul, and in so doing have forever changed my life. It is an honor, joy and privilege to partner with ICC, a relationship I hope will continue for years and years to come.
This is one of the best nonprofit organizations! They have been helping a lot of kids among the DR and Haiti. They have succeed due to their effort in getting support for the children. I sincerely bless them and wish them the best in order for them to keep helping those kids who really need a friendly hand!
We have worked with ICC since 2000. Solid group, dedicated individuals, appropriate mission. ICC has served their patients well side by side with the Haitian people. As example, with the American College of Radiology, ICC is in the process of enhancing Radiology services in the country through education and technology.
Charles "Chuck" Phelps II, M D
In 1979 when I was 16, I was introduced to Grace Children's Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti through International Child Care. I still remember that trip and those children every day. Although it took over 30 years, I returned with my then 16-year old daughter to introduce her to Haiti in 2012 and then again in 2013. The work of ICC touches so many lives every day. It's leaders and volunteers truly love from the depths of their hearts, and the impact is felt throughout Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
I went on my first mission trip with ICC last year. I toured the hospital, helped with a mobile ICC clinic in the Port-au-Prince community and went to the northern community of Jolitrou. I saw Jesus working through the hands of ICC. Every morning, there was a line of people at the hospital waiting to be seen. It brought me great joy to know that all of these wonderful people have access to health care, because of iCC.
Myself and my church have been supporting ICC for years. ICC is dedicated to bringing hope to children and families in Haiti and the Dominican Republic, a cause that is desperately needed for that island. I have been to both Haiti and the Dominican Republic, and can attest to their mission. If you are looking for an organization that you can trust is doing the work it says, support ICC.
I went to Haiti on a church mission trip and it changed my life. Meeting the poor, sick Haitian children in the inpatient ward has inspired me to continue to help the struggling nation. Keep up the good work ICC, Haiti needs you.
I have been a faithful donor to ICC for nearly 20 years. The work they do for the children in Haiti is incredible. It is truly life saving.