Relief for Survivors of Hurricane Matthew: Hundreds of people have died in Haiti due to Hurricane Matthew. In the area where we work, one building which was used for classroom space was destroyed. Two hundred ninety-six students are enrolled for the 2016 school year, making a quick response critical so that reconstruction can begin. Many families who lost homes are taking refuge inside the church and multipurpose building. Lots of families have lost the little that they own. No deaths have been reported at this time for our area. Efforts are in place to provide food as soon as possible. Your prayers and financial contributions are much needed.
He who has pity on the poor lends to the Lord, and that which he has given He will repay to him. Proverbs 19:17 (AMP)
Your financial gifts make a difference in the lives of needy children. When you give to “the least of these” you give to God. Review the ministry needs. Your response is appreciated.
School Construction Project: Effort is made to provide sustaining projects in Haiti. The organization is raising funds to build a Christian elementary school for children in Mare Blanche, Haiti. The children are currently being educated in a poorly constructed storage room.
Dining Room, Kitchen, and Storage Room Construction and Furnishing: Because the greatest need for the community is food, this building is being constructed to qualify them for school food.
Feed the Hungry: School food programs are critical for children in Haiti. Haiti remains the most food-insecure nation in the Western Hemisphere. Your donation can help fill hungry stomachs.
Become a Ministry Partner: Ministry partners help us do the work of ministry: postage, ink, publication, advertising, mission travel expenses. The cost of our annual mission trip continues to rise. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Motorcycle/Vehicle Project. The work of the pastor and community leaders is greatly hindered because there are not motorized vehicles. A sturdy motorcycle and other vehicles built for mountain travel are needed.
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Hope for Caribbean Kids, Inc. is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. All donations to Hope for Caribbean Kids, Inc., minus any goods and services received, are tax deductible.