By: Eleisha March
As I sit and reflect on my trip to Haiti my heart is full. I LOVED every minute of it. And when I say that I’m including the cold showers, the new perfume that was a mixture of Coppertone sunblock and OFF Bug spray, the blazing blinding
Written by Mindy and Missy Brock
Like every great story, The Brock House/Trudy’s Kids orphanage began with a simple prayer. A group of 7 women and a pair of Missionaries prayed God’s Will over a piece of land, in September 2016, on the very last day of their mission trip
What happens to kids that age out of an orphanage but are ill prepared for life…nothing good without some direction, education and instruction.
We are excited to announce the opening of our Transition House 🏡 to provide the bridge these young men need to become productive citizens.
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They looked great and they played even better! Their first ‘official’ game went down in the books as a win. So proud of the team. They wore their uniforms proudly and chanted KE NAN KE as they celebrated the WIN.
Sometimes we wonder if the things we are doing are making a lasting impact. Today, I was blessed to have a reassuring moment that let me know…YES, we do make a difference.
A friend of mine that visits Haiti frequently was with us at one of the orphanages with which
Carnival Time in Haiti (Mardi Gras) is a time of celebrations and activities;however, for the kids in the orphanages it is just another day. This year we decided to take the party to them.
We took the supplies to them and we had a fun-filled day of crafts, songs and
Several years ago we built a playground at our house to give the neighborhood kids a place to relax, play and socialize after school in the evenings. One of the favorite pastimes is playing futbol. Just recently we organized the neighborhood soccer players into teams. They practice three days a
Hurricane Matthew Blog
Imagine the worst storm you have ever witnessed….now imagine this was your house when that storm passed over you. Thousands of people in Haiti are still picking up the pieces of their homes, lives and belongings weeks after Matthew has faded from the news. The long lasting
Shortly after the earthquake, we realized there was a need for children to have a safe and clean place to play. They needed a place to be a kid without the ever present reminders of the destruction that filled their every day lives. We installed a playground at our home
My father-in-law came to visit us a few years back. He met new people and got acquainted with several families that we work closely with in Haiti. Before he left to go back home, he asked us about the possibility of REALLY making a change in one family’s life. He