Want to help Haiti?

October 4, 2016 | Written by

Photo taken today in Les Cayes, Haiti. (Photo from Mission of Hope Facebook page)
Photo taken today in Les Cayes, Haiti. (Photo from Mission of Hope Facebook page)

Many of you have emailed or asked on Facebook about ways to get involved in what is happening in Haiti. As you know Pulpit Rock has a partner on the ground right now, Mission of Hope (MOH).

Mission of Hope is currently working with over 500 indigenous partner organizations across Haiti to provide:

  • Meals – 35 million
  • Water – 350 million units
  • Shelter – 750,000 temporary shelters
  • Medical Care – 280,000 patients

Their goal is not only to provide relief, but also long-term recovery and sustainability for Haiti. After the first 14 days of relief efforts, MOH will transition into a 45-day recovery plan and then into a sustainability phase.

All donations will be put directly toward relief, recovery and sustainability from Hurricane Matthew.

If you would like to support their relief efforts, you can do the following…

  • Pray for the people of Haiti
  • Donate at www.mohhaiti.org/relief
  • Donate via text by texting “@mohhaiti” to 52014
  • Follow Mission of Hope on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and share their posts.

MOH has served in Haiti since 1998 and has historically served as a key distribution center in times of crisis dating back to the hurricanes of 2008 and the earthquake of 2010. They currently serve over 90,000 meals daily, treat over 30,000 patients annually, and have built over 800 block homes for displaced families since 2010. They are committed to the Haitian people through this crisis and will continue working to bring life transformation to every man, woman and child in Haiti.

Join us in praying for the people of Haiti and specifically the families, ministry leaders and friends we made on our Pulpit Rock Missions Trip this summer in the village of Minotrie. Also ask how God might lead us to be involved as we continue to learn more about the devastation of Hurricane Matthew making landfall today.


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