"For there will never cease to be poor in the land. Therefore I command you, 'You shall open wide your hand to your brother, to the needy, and to the poor, in your land.'" Galatians 2:10

We are working on several projects in the greater Ranquitte, Haiti area. We have reintegrated our children out of the orphanage and back into their homes. We now support the families & keep them together by helping them to feed their children and enroll them in school. This requires much help from sponsors that have a desire to partner with us to help those who are less fortunate than ourselves. But what a privilege it is to cooperate with the Lord and be used by Him to care for His loved ones!

If you are interested in partnering with us to continue these projects please contact us and let us know which project you are interested in helping with. We have several projects that we are hoping to do or currently doing that still needing funding


University Student

There are many young people who would love to have the opportunity to continue their education either at a university or a trade school. After finishing high school most people do not have the opportunity for further education. This effects the entire area and suppresses the economic development. If we can help more young people further their education, then have them return to the Ranquitte area and put what they have learned to work for the community, we can help develop the economy of an entire town. We know several young people who want to study technology information, medicine, etc... and they are willing to come back to their community in the mountains when they are finished and practice what they have learned and open businesses. If you are willing to help a young person take a trade class (this can be as low as $25) or attend university ($500-$1500 per year) or help them with living expenses while they have to live away from home ($100 per month), please contact us!



The Bois de Lance Seventh-day Adventist Church has a faithful membership of 45 believers who meet here each Sabbath. They are a church plant of the Roi Seventh-day Adventist Church. They are in desperate need of a new church building. The location of this church is very remote and hard to get to and to get to this church you have to walk 2 hours and all supplies would need to be brought in on the back of donkeys as there is no road to give vehicles access. The cost to build a new concrete structure would also include new benches for the church congregation.


COST ESTIMATE: $20,000



Completed Projects



Adult Literacy Program-

THANK YOU to those who helped us sponsor our Adult Literacy Class with books, notebooks, pens, etc...


Drip Irrigation-

20 families in Bas Pinal now, in their yard, have a raised garden bed with a drip irrigation system installed.


Plowing Fields-

18 families of Bas Pinal now have their fields plowed and have planted the seed that Ragged Edge Ministries provided them after a one day training. *UPDATE- They have not had enough rain this year and many families corn and bean crops are drying up. They will have a very poor harvest this year and they are having a hard time feeding their families. This is why we have started the breakfast feeding program.




Copy Business-

We have purchased a large commercial grade copier and are making copies for the schools and people of Ranquitte, Haiti. Our business is located at the school of Renac Jean. Our employees are Richard and Rosales. We are working with them training them to keep good business records and we hope to grow our business to include selling office and school supplies. Eventually we may even be able to use the profit to start giving microloans to those who would like to start businesses of their own.

UPDATE- Our copy machine is currently broken and we are in need of $600 to get it up and running again.


Vetiver Latrines-

18 families now have a latrine (a pit with a concrete slab and cover covering it). Previously these families had no outhouse or place to go to the bathroom. This is helping with sanitation and increasing their dignity.