Midwest Haiti Partners is group of organizations and individuals who have worked in Haiti or are currently working in Haiti. The purpose of Midwest Haiti Partners website is to provide a central location that can be used as a resource website for anyone seeking information or ideas before starting a project in Haiti. On this site you will find project ideas, how to accomplish the project, and contact information for people who will help you along the way. Midwest Haiti Partners main goal is to provide information that others may find useful to start and finish projects in Haiti. Because many have tried and failed in Haiti it is the hope of this group to help you succeed by providing information that others may have shared with us before we started a project or that we learned the hard way.
Flying in and out of Haiti
Aquinas College, an inclusive educational community rooted in the Catholic Dominican tradition, provides a liberal arts education with a global perspective, emphasizes career preparation focused on leadership and service to others, and fosters a commitment to lifelong learning dedicated to the pursuit of truth and the common good.
Providing Medications for Mission Teams
Caribbean Children's Foundation
Caribbean Children's Foundation's mission is to provide financial, material and educational assistance to the poor and orphaned children of the Caribbean islands, and to receive and administer funds for educational and charitable purposes.
Catholic Central High School
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Inoculation Information for Haiti
Fonkoze is Haiti’s alternative bank for the organized poor. In fact, it is a family of three institutions working together shoulder to shoulder towards a single compelling mission: building the economic foundations for democracy in Haiti by providing the rural poor with the tools they need to lift themselves out of poverty. This mission is reflected in our name, Fonkoze, which is an acronym for the Haitian Creole phrase “Fondasyon Kole Zepòl” meaning “Shoulder-to-Shoulder Foundation.”
Gift of Water
Gift of Water® is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing filtered and clean drinking water to the third world communities that it serves.
Haiti Needs You
Haiti Needs You is a 501(c)3 organization who’s mission is to serve the poorest of the poor in Haiti. We accomplish this with Medical, Dental, and Student teams. Past teams have saved lives, eased the pain and suffer of many, and improved the health of the people. Haiti Needs You is a Project of Instruments of Peace. TIN 38-3617093.
Haiti Nursing Foundation
HNF supports the advancement of nursing in Haiti, especially through education. The focus of our support is the FSIL nursing school in Leogane (Faculty of Nursing Science of the Epsicopal University of Haiti).
Haitian Artisans for Peace International
HAPI was founded in 2007 as a fair trade artisan cooperative focused on economically empowering women, creativity and spirituality. We have expanded into holistic, integrated and faith-based community development including health care, microloans, children's programs, and more. We emphasize improving the lives of women and girls, local leadership and empowerment for healthy families and a 'Community of Shalom.'
Holy Trinity Church
International Child Care
International Child Care is a Christian health development organization. Operating in Haiti since 1967 and in the Dominican Republic since 1988, ICC is working to change the conditions of poverty that impact health and well-being. Our vision is health and wholeness for children and families in empowered communities.
Matthew 25 Guest House
Lodging in Port au Prince
Michigan Haiti Task Force
The Michigan Area Haiti Task Force is a group of United Methodists from the Detroit and West Michigan Conferences who are active in promoting and supporting various projects and programs in the country of Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. These activities are governed by a partnership mission covenant between the Michigan Area of the United Methodist Church, UMCOR and the Methodist Church in the Caribbean and the Americas.
Nehemiah Vision Ministries
Nehemiah Vision Ministries (NVM) is an international organization focused on transforming the lives of all people through education, health and spiritual development. We are here to help train and equip young Haitians to become involved in rebuilding the foundation of Haiti; which is in the perspective of Nehemiah, who rebuilt Jerusalem and removed the reproach over her in biblical times. (Neh.2:17-18)
Okemos Community Church
The Okemos Community Church is an interdenominational fellowship, with connections to the United Methodist Church, offering biblically based, spirited-traditional worship with a moderate to progressive theological focus, excellence in Christian education and many opportunities for service.
Our Lady of the Lake Parish
Parish of the Holy Spirit
The Parish of the Holy Spirit is a catholic church located in Grand Rapids, MI
Partners Worldwide offers business training and mentoring to SME Haitian business owners through partnerships with successful business owners both inside and outside Haiti. We also advocate for the purchasing of goods and services from local Haitian businesses.
PET - Personal Energy Transportation
Personal Energy Transportation (PET) International seeks to reflect the love of Jesus Christ by bringing the gift of mobility and dignity to those in developing countries who are unable to walk.
Rays of Hope International
Rays of Hope is a partnering organization bringing help, healing, and hope to the people of Haiti while working with others that want to do the same. Shipping supplies for churches, schools, hospitals, orphanages, and more, Rays of Hope helps get things to your organization in Haiti so that the plan of your heart can come to reality in Haiti.
St. Patrick-St. Anthony Parish
Parish of 1545 households in Grand Haven, Mi 49417
St. Paul the Apostle
St. Robert's of Newminster Church in Ada, MI
We Twin with Our Lady's Nativity parish in Verrettes, Haiti. Our primary focus is in sponsorong students' educations and providing funds for lunches at the schools. We also assist the priest by providing funds to help maintain the parish and rectory and other needs he has to maintain the parish's 13 chapels and four schools.