Mission Haiti Inc
Rating: 4.97 stars 59 59 reviews
P.O. Box 19401 Minneapolis MN 55419-0401 USA
Believing in the dignity of all people, we support education and share blessings, food, medicine, and shelter with our Haitian brothers and sisters.
We have been able to build back better and stronger from the 2010 earthquake. Our elder care program has a new dormatory and new bathroom building. We are working now to raise money for better farm equipment. Also, we support and are looking for partners to support a new secondary school to replace one lost in the earthquake.
Children and the elderly.
Geographic areas served:
Education, elder care, sustainable farming.
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2 people found this review helpful
I visited with Mission Haiti Inc in February,2016. The events of the trip has been sealed in my heart.
Our leaders were tireless in making sure that we saw the roses, the thorns and I have come home with a bud in my heart more determined than ever to spread the word that our nieghbors in Haiti are desperate for our mercy to provide the means to help lift them out of poverty. The focus on education and sustainability is right on target. I know first hand that any donation sent to Mission Haiti Inc will provide boundless opportunities for the ultimate recipients in Haiti. Thank you Jimmy, Connie, Jack and Shelley for sharing the fullness of the paschal mystery.
Dr. Sharon White, SSJ, LCSW, LMFT
Mission Haiti impresses me with the job they do teaching the students in our school the importance of serving others. Young students excited about helping other young students.... That is rewarding and touching to witness!
1 person found this review helpful
This is an organization filled with passionate people who truly love the impactful work that they do. It is a true example of serving others, and making a difference in the very real lives of our brothers and sisters in Haiti.