Planting Hope in Haiti

Bringing Hope to the people of Haiti

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Haiti is hurting, but not hopeless.


A Nation in Need

Due to limited resources, many people live in extreme poverty with little to no food or education. Opportunities for change are limited, but we have a different vision.

We want to plant hope. Hope in the form of food. Hope in the form of jobs. Hope in the form of medical care. Most importantly hope in the form of the love of Jesus Christ shared through us. We are establishing a plantain farm which will provide employment for members of the community of Dumas, Haiti.

In addition, we are building a clinic, which will be staffed by a Haitian nurse to address healthcare needs in the community. Finally, the clinic land will also be home to a well and a community center to further benefit the community. The plantains grown will be sold at local markets and the profits will be invested back into the workings of the farm, the clinic, and the community. As God blesses us we will use those blessings to bless others!  



A Massive Undertaking

That is exactly what excites us the most! God promises us that when we are weak He is strong! We are counting on Him to make this vision a reality and He has already started!

Quite unexpectedly he has provided us with two parcels of land, one for the farm and one for the clinic! It is our hope that as you have read a little about the vision you have gotten excited too. 

We invite you to explore our site and learn more about our work and God’s plan for the community of Dumas. Please contact us if you have questions but most importantly please consider becoming part of this vision. 

We need prayers and we also need financial support.  Planting Hope in Haiti is a registered 501c3. 



Galatians 6:9-10

“So let’s not allow ourselves to get fatigued doing good. At the right time, we will harvest a good crop if we don’t give up, or quit. Right now, therefore, every time we get the chance, let us work for the benefit of all, starting with the people closest to us in the community of faith."