Wilner St Fort

Dear Friends and sponsors, thank you so much for your support and we want to continually work with you on the project of “HELPING HOMELESS CHILDREN OF HAITI” and even more thanks to you for your great support. Currently, our orphanage is down sized because there is not enough funding has been available. Even feeding them and providing shelter for these unfortunate children has become very critical for now. Result of that some of kids ran away from our shelter and I only have a few kids remained with me. I am really trying hard to bring back these children who went back to streets. I strongly responsible let them go back to streets and same times I feel very sadden and guilt.

Our orphanage has been established since 2006. And then we have been helping many different kids since. Unfortunately, some of them have to ended up to street again because currently, we are facing finance difficulties.

However, today I try do my best to bring these children back again. My heart is still with them no matter what is our future hold. I feel that these children deserve better. Please help us so I can continually help these young children so these children will have chance to see better tomorrow.

Furthermore, someday I would like to have them chance of learning the basic fundamental of the words so these street children can be part of spiritual growth as well.

Please contact us http://haitikidsnow.org/

God bless you,

Wilner

Korean Daily News: Young Man Kang visits Haiti

Currently Young Man Kang, director of our feature film production, Innocence Abandoned: Street Kids of Haiti, and The President of the Global Children Foundation in Los Angeles, Hee Sook Lee, visited Wilner and Emmanuel to see the current situation in Haiti. Young and Mrs. Lee are looking to access the situation with the orphans and to further asset and help with the feeding and education of the 14 kids under the care of our Haiti Kids Now ministry.

 

http://www.koreadaily.com/news/read.asp?art_id=1317021

News from ReachHaiti December 16, 2011

  • A ReachHaiti Christmas
    We would first like to wish you and your family a very merry Christmas season! As we prepare for Christmas this year, we want to extend to each of you an opportunity to give this Christmas. We will be having our annual Happy Birthday Jesus Party at the end of December and will celebrate Christmas […]
  • Over 650 prisoners saved last week!
    Last week was a very busy and powerful week! We hosted a team from our home church, RIO Central, from Maryville, Tennessee. The team of 10 from RIO Central ministered in the 5 prisons, spent a day in the mountains of Foret de Pins, hosted 2 men’s training conferences, showed the Jesus Film, and blessed all […]
  • The Taz Puckett Memorial Fund, Fairview Team, and Monte Vista Team
    To view our newsletter, please click here.

    October has been another busy and fruitful month for ReachHaiti Ministries! We also had a personal loss this month with Andrea’s Papaw. The team from our home church, RIO, arrived in Haiti today so please be in prayer for their week. They will be holding leadership training conferences, spending […]

  • New Base, New School, New Baby!!
    New Base

    We have many upcoming news to share with all of you! We have had a very blessed trip in the United States, but we are also ready to get back to work in Haiti! This summer, the Lord gave us a new vision for the country of Haiti and a strategy to reach all […]

  • Upcoming Speaking Schedule
    After hosting another great team, Mike and Andrea are back in the States to speak and share what all God is doing in Haiti and what the future holds for ReachHaiti Ministries! We are also announcing the ReachHaiti Discipleship Apprentice Program in 2012!

    We had a wonderful week with the team of 13 from Sycamore Tree […]

  • The Big Move!!
    The last month has been an amazing and blessed month for ReachHaiti Ministries! We have hosted 2 big teams, and after 14 months of hard work, we have moved the kids into their new homes in Gidon!
    The last week of June and the first week of July, we hosted 2 big teams at the ReachHaiti […]
  • Mike’s Trip to Asia
    My trip to Asia in May was a great success! I spent 24 days traveling through Asia preaching the Gospel, teaching and training pastors and leaders, ministering in the prisons, baptizing new believers, and encouraging the local Christians. The first 8 days were spent with the team from RIO Church which funded the crusades and […]
  • Cholera Outbreak at the Orphanage
    This past week has been one of the most difficult weeks for us in Haiti since the earthquake. Monday morning, Little Michael came down with cholera as well as one of our staff. Saturday morning, Blan also came down with cholera. Cholera is a very dangerous bacteria that causes severe dehydration through diarrhea and vomiting […]
  • The New Septic, A Great Need, and an Update from Asia
    The Septic Tank

    We are very excited to share that we have started digging for the septic tank for the bath house on the new compound! This is just one more final step to completing the compound and having it finished to move the kids in this summer! We have a few more things to finish […]

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Haiti Mission

Currently Young Man Kang, director of our feature film production, Innocence Abandoned: Street Kids of Haiti, and The President of the Global Children Foundation in Los Angeles, Hee Sook Lee, visited Wilner and Emmanuel to see the current situation in Haiti. Young and Mrs. Lee are looking to access the situation with the orphans and to further asset and help with the feeding and education of the 14 kids under the care of our Haiti Kids now ministry.

Wilner – Newsletter 10-8-11

                       

 

Today it is a great pleasure for me to write to you and to thank you for all your effort to support our orphans. For now we only have four orphans ,because of economic situation, i couldn’t afford more, but we’re working on bringing more orphans home. We’ve seen so much difficulty and hard time, but God  always provide for us.

Now  i built my orphans faith, through our hard time, Now they know we born to suffer becaus we are christian, no matter what people think, no matter what people say about us, we have nothing to be fear. God will take care of us, i taught them to lean on him,not me, like i do i lean on God more than i lean on you . I told them God is using me to looking for food for them,just like he using you to support the orphans with your money, but i can’t do more than that,just like you can’t more than what you do. my goal is to improve their situation/ food condition/ and sleep condition, and lead their heart to the Lord. This picture has taken last sunday after church. My wife who’s the houskeeper, she’s taking care of everything  regarding the children and i.  She’s washing their  clothes, and she’s cooking for them.
I’m teaching them about God. And how to read and write,and giving all kind of good advice with matter of time. Their is nothing to be fear when you know God is control.

For this year the school is open but, my kids haven’t going to school yet, our gorvernment is coming up  with a free school program for the children under 10 yrs old. my orphans they are over 10 yrs old, they couldn’t benefit this program. So we have to pay school for them. We only need $200.00 for them to start with the school, (school trutition and books bags, uniform includnig from the $200.00) after that amount, it will cost $90.00 monthly for these three children to keep up with the school. I find a very cheap school. my orphans can go there to learn something, if it’s God will.

We need some medecine to purify the water for the kids, also their clothes are very used, if we could afford to buy them second hand clothes it would so nice. $150.00 can do that.

We thank you for all that you have done for us, there is word worth to introduce our joyce to you, but we hope God will campansate  you for all that you have done for us. Please keep praying for us,just like we usually do, God will bless you more and more.

 

Respectfully

St-Fort Wilner

Young Man Kang

Leapfrog presents a Stage Play of Paradice

Leapfrog presents a Stage Play of Paradice.
A Powerful moving play written and directed by William Malina and Dennis James Lee about two Island families caught up in the powerful addiction of ICE.

New Artwork By Jean Louis Reginald

by Jean Louis Reginald

by Jean Louis Reginald

by Jean Louis Reginald

by Jean Louis Reginald

by Jean Louis Reginald

by Jean Louis Reginald

by Jean Louis Reginald

by Jean Louis Reginald

by Jean Louis Reginald

by Jean Louis Reginald

Biography of Emmanuel Charles

When I met first Emmanuel Charles, he was quite and soft spoken. He was very willing to learn things and had been through much in his 21 years as a street child in Haiti. Today he has his own orphanage in Port au Prince with 9 street kids that he cares for. our non-profit, Haiti Kids Now organization, rented a modest home for him and the children, which is much better then living in a tent.

After earthquake of 2010, Jimmy, who had previously helped with the care of 7 children under Haiti Kids Now, has since gone back to school. Now Emmanuel has taken the responsibility of caring for these children who have no parents and no home.

Today Emmanuel has 9 street kids with him now. Emmanuel through the test of time, has turned out to be a exceptional young man. He doesn’t speak English much but he is learning everyday and is even taking some class’s to improve himself.

Of course with the downturn of the US economy it is difficult for Emmanuel and his kids to survive. A small donation would so much help to get food on the table for these kids.

We can not turn away from this precious children. Your donation of $ 30.00 a month for each child will give them a chance at a normal life. Please help support Emmanuel’s orphanage.

Haitian Hand-made Necklaces

Authentic Haitian Hand-made Telephone Wire Necklaces

Through Hope at Work Haiti (hopeatworkhaiti.com)

$15.00+SH for 1 Authentic Haitian Hand-made Telephone Wire Necklace.

Necklaces are easy to come by and some you can find for even nickles at a yardsale. But here you have the unique opportunity to invest in one necklace from another country made from the hands of Orphans and Street Kids (young and old).

With this unique telephone wire necklace investment you are enabling a young Haitian an opportunity to work and not beg for their food, to afford to pay for a safe place to live and even an opportunity for them to fund their own education.

It is amazing the value one of these telephone wire necklaces possess. To some it is a priceless object symbolizing HOPE.

** Please email Hope at Work Haiti at help@hopeatworkhaiti.com if you have a specific color request for your necklace/s, otherwise they will send you one of their finest choices at random.

$15+SH for 1 Haitian-made Telephone wire Necklace


 

YOUR PATRONAGE ENABLES HOPE AT WORK HAITI TO PURCHASE MORE ITEMS AND A WIDER VARIETY OF HAITIAN HAND-MADE PRODUCTS, THANK YOU KINDLY