The Churches of God has been ministering in Haiti since 1967. Last year, the School of Physical Therapy launched alongside the Nursing program at the Lois Habecker school in Frecyneau. Today the work includes 37 churches and mission stations, a medical clinic & hospital at Pierre Payen, and 27 primary schools educating 3,863 students.
Assistance with salaries and program costs.
Assistance with salaries and program costs.
A one-time donation for CC2763
Edgard has been actively serving as the Pierre Payen Guesthouse Manager and Project Help-Haiti Business Manager since 2010. He now serves as the Assistant Director of Project Help. Laura has experience in bookkeeping, medical training, and business management. She is now the Guesthouse and Conference Center Manager as well as a Project Help Office Manager. Partner with them as they minister to both Haitians and visiting teams.
Partner with Rod & Mila Ayers and their family as they build relationships with the Haitian community. Rod will be managing the Project Help-Haiti Agricultural Innovations Center in Borel and assisting Mila with community outreach. Mila will primarily be coordinating youth-based teams to work on leadership and career development skills with Haitians and Americans.
Partner with Stephen & Amy Hosler and family as they work at Project Help-Haiti in Borel. Stephen is the Chief Financial Officer and will work with finance. Amy will primarily oversee homeschooling their three kids Charity, Daniel, and Joseph and assisting with other duties as she is able.
You can assist Haiti churches with community outreach and discipleship training. Specific “sister churches” are available for individual or group support. Contact the CCM office directly for available churches and for their specific giving code.
Help students learn and grow by supporting these church-operated schools. Your money will go towards providing adequate nutrition for each student. Specific “sister schools” are available for individual or group support. Contact the CCM office directly for available schools, and for their specific giving code.
The Partnering Fund provides essential resources such as building, equipment, and vehicle maintenance which is integral to everything Project Help does to assist the Haitian church. The fund also pays salaries for Haitian staff serving in a variety of roles.
The Project Help medical complex at Pierre Payen includes an outpatient clinic and the Dr. Victor Binkley Medical Center. This is one of the finest medical centers in Haiti! Your assistance provides cancer education, community health programs, and funding for persons who cannot afford treatment. (Note: this is NOT for missions trips).
The Lois Habecker Technical School helps to train and equip Haitians to work in a particular trade that enables them to become self-sufficient in supporting themselves and their family. This includes a Nursing School and other vocational interests.
Strengthen the economic development of future leaders through teaching basic business principles and providing micro-loans to help Haitians start their own businesses.
Help provide the gift of a quality education to those whom would otherwise be unable to receive it. Through your support, students obtain advanced degrees and become Doctors, Pastors, Dentists, or pursue other careers. You will help them make a difference in the lives of their family and community.
This fund is for specific, special projects that are typically designed and administered through local Haitian churches.
Help provide safe, clean water by donating to the Water Project fund. Project Help partners with Water Project Haiti to build and install bio-sand filters, which are then installed in homes and other community buildings. Supplies are purchased in Haiti and filters are built buy Haitians which also positively influences their economy. In Haiti, while residents do not have a shortage of water, the water quality is very low and the relatively poor population is often forced to use contaminated water for drinking, cooking, bathing, etc.
Provides funding for a Pierre Payen Chaplain and other evangelistic ministries.
Help provide the funding necessary to grow food and animals for the Agricultural Program. Money donated here could go towards the aquaponics program that will help Haitians grow fish and vegetables to eat; or towards goats that will produce milk and cheese for eating and selling for income.