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Mission Haiti Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: International, International Relief

Mission: Believing in the dignity of all people, we support education and share blessings, food, medicine, and shelter with our Haitian brothers and sisters.

Results: 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.

Target demographics: Children and the elderly.

Geographic areas served: Leogane, Haiti

Programs: Education, elder care, sustainable farming.

Community Stories

1 Story from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 5

Mission Haiti is passionate about its mission and doing wonderful things to empower the people of Haiti. I have seen first hand the impact the organization has had on elder care, education, farming, and the care of malnourished babies and children. It is a life-changing privilege to travel to Haiti with this organization. The Haitian people are resilient and kind and need all of the help we can provide.

Comments ( 2 )

ShelleyB Thank you! Your support means so much to us and to our Haitian sisters and brothers.

ShelleyB Thank you! Your support means so much to us and to our Haitian sisters and brothers.

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I am a board member of another non-profit organization in Haiti, Mission Haiti is an excellent partner in working collaboratively and mentoring our organization. The board of Mission Haiti willingly share their expertise and time with us so that together we can make a difference in Haiti. I have visited the Village of Jesus and am so impressed by the love and care that surround these elderly Haitian women who would otherwise be abandoned and forgotten.

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ShelleyB 09/19/2013

Thank you so much for your kind words. And yes, sharing information, time and expertise is important for all of our work in Haiti.