It's been over four years since the devastating earthquake hit Haiti which left lasting effects on the island nation.  Almost 300,000 people were killed, and more than 1 million people were left homeless.  While many homes have been replaced, there are Haitians that are still living in tent cities...over four years later!!  We must ask ourselves if this is the life that was intended for people to live.  With your generous donations, we are able to help these people secure their lives by providing them with a stable home.  The protection of four sturdy walls is one of the greatest gifts in life that most take for granted.  Thank you for your consideration!
* 2010 flooding pictures are taken from The New York Times and Miami Herald
Did You Know???
Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere
Over 80% of the population lives below poverty line, with 78% earning less than $2.00 a day
Haiti is roughly the size of the State of Maryland, with a population of 9 million people
There are approximately 60 infant deaths per 1,000 live births
52% of the population over the age of 15 knows how to read and write
In 1804 Haiti became the first black republic to claim independance
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We have returned from our 2014 annual mission trip to Haiti. To learn more about it, please visit our Haiti trips and photo gallery pages.
Mission Trip to Haiti
Winter 2014