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Save Their Lives, Kenscoff, Haiti

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Address: 68 route de Fermathe
Kenscoff, HT6120  
Haiti
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 320
Number of People Being Served: 38000

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Mission Statement


Helping the needy people of all creeds and races.

Description


Our mission is to build a bridge between the needy people in Haiti, to help them to meet their spiritual and physical needs through a ministry that emphasizes education, community development and healthcare and is based on the Gospel of Jesus Christ For as long as people have existed, we’ve had a need for social services to help the less fortunate. Poverty, physical disability, mental illness, abuse, addictions, and natural disasters have accounted for millions of people going hungry every day, living on the streets, and sleeping under bridges and in parks at night. With the weakened state of the economy, the demand for services to those in need has vastly outgrown the supply. The church in North America is generally concerned and somewhat involved. Many congregations, however, consider hunger, homelessness, abuse, and addiction to be social woes more than spiritual issues, and expect government-run programs and social services to take the lead in solving such matters. But the teachings of Jesus make it clear that mankind's predicament is not the government's problem.

 Save Their Lives has a long history of assisting the poor and providing lifelines for those drowning in the waves of adversity and the undertow of addiction. For more than twenty years, they have been keeping watch on the waterfront of despair, and countless men, women, and children have been saved in every sense of the word. These missions offer hot food, clean clothing, temporary shelter, and the possibility of a more abundant life through a personal relationship with Jesus ; they are havens of hope for the lost and lonely who call the street home. Save Their Lives is proud of its history in helping organizations that have committed themselves to reaching out to the hungry, homeless, abused, and addicted

Our mission is to build a bridge between the needy people in Haiti, to help them to meet their spiritual and physical needs through a ministry that emphasizes education, community development and healthcare and is based on the Gospel of Jesus Christ For as long as people have existed, we’ve had a need for social services to help the less fortunate. Poverty, physical disability, mental illness, abuse, addictions, and natural disasters have accounted for millions of people going hungry every day, living on the streets, and sleeping under bridges and in parks at night. With the weakened state of the economy, the demand for services to those in need has vastly outgrown the supply. The church in North America is generally concerned and somewhat involved. Many congregations, however, consider hunger, homelessness, abuse, and addiction to be social woes more than spiritual issues, and expect government-run programs and social services to take the lead in solving such matters. But the teachings of Jesus make it clear that mankind's predicament is not the government's problem.

 Save Their Lives has a long history of assisting the poor and providing lifelines for those drowning in the waves of adversity and the undertow of addiction. For more than twenty years, they have been keeping watch on the waterfront of despair, and countless men, women, and children have been saved in every sense of the word. These missions offer hot food, clean clothing, temporary shelter, and the possibility of a more abundant life through a personal relationship with Jesus ; they are havens of hope for the lost and lonely who call the street home. Save Their Lives is proud of its history in helping organizations that have committed themselves to reaching out to the hungry, homeless, abused, and addicted

Mission Statement: Helping the needy people of all creeds and races.

Denominational Affiliations


None, Evangelical, Protestant


Local Affiliation



Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No