Mission of Hope Haiti


Four Year Earthquake Anniversary Marks Significant Milestone for Haiti...

Reaching more than 200,000 Haitians through holistic programming More than 5,000 volunteers annually visit the MOH campus Support from 360 North American churches Daily providing food to more than 400 Haiti schools & orphanages More than 400 permanent homes provided for Haitians since earthquake (Titanyen, Haiti) Jan. 9, 2014—With this Sunday, January 12, marking the four-year anniversary of... Read More


Mission of Hope Provides Model for Rebuilding Haiti As 4-Year...

Dec 29, 2013— With the four-year anniversary of Haiti’s devastating, 7.0 magnitude earthquake just two weeks away, Mission of Hope (MOH) a Christian nonprofit headquartered in Haiti, has developed a holistic model for long-term development and rebuilding that works and is sustainable.     “The earthquake didn’t just affect people physically, but it affected the lives of millions of Haitians as a whole: mind, body... Read More


Clinton Foundation Launches New Partnership with Mission of Hope, Haiti...

PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI - Today President Clinton visited the Leveque community in Haiti, a village just outside of Port au Prince that is the site of Mission of Hope, Haiti’s community development project, where new homes for 314 displaced families have been built. This project has been cited as an example of what housing resettlement communities should be. The Clinton Foundation will provide solar power for the community’s new school, which will begin construction in Spring... Read More


Bob King becomes Mission of Hope, Haiti's Chief Operating Officer

FT. MYERS, FL - Mission of Hope, Haiti is pleased to welcome Bob King as our new Chief Operating Officer. Bob will begin working at Mission of Hope, Haiti on January 14th, 2013. Bob... Read More


Tropical Storm Isaac Update

**UPDATE: 8/25/12 at 11:37 a.m. est. Dear Mission of Hope Friends and Family, Thank you for your prayers and praise the Lord that the vast majority of Haiti avoided a direct impact from tropical storm Isaac. Although the worst-case scenario was not realized, the amount of rain that comes with even the outer bands of these storms can be very damaging in Haiti. With sustained winds of over 60 miles per hour and 12 hours of rain, the need for disaster... Read More

Media Contact:

Annette Boorman
(Cell) 512-565-9849
(Email) annette@mohhaiti.org

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