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Mission Made

Mission Made Jewelry (MMJ) is a Wilmington-based non-profit organization breaking the cycle of poverty in Haiti through the sale of handmade products. MMJ partners with artisans in Haiti to establish training programs and create job opportunities. Products are created using traditional crafting techniques with locally-sourced materials. Every purchase improves the lives of the artisans and their families by providing fair wages, a sustainable income, and a safe job to keep families together.

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Gift of Hope

OUR MISSION Founded in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Gift of Hope is changing lives through stable income, discipleship, education, and the investment of relationships.  Together with our founding nonprofit organization, Haiti Foundation Against Poverty, we employ over 70 Haitians and pay a living wage that is at least three times the minimum wage.  We also partner with local artisans to support Haitian entrepreneurs. Our goal to raise families out of poverty is a holistic effort to educate and empower the entire family system. There is a direct correlation between the number of sales and the number of children who are spared living life as a poverty orphan.  You can unite with us to preserve families by shopping and wearing powerful things! The...

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JOYHOUSE Coffee Company

PREMIUM HAITIAN COFFEE Haiti was once a robust exporter of coffee around the world. Today, a very small portion of the nation’s crop ever leaves the island. Together, we can change that. Haitian coffee farms sit on fertile soils within mountainous landscapes, creating smooth blends grown at high altitudes. Our refreshing JoyHouse Coffee is responsibly grown, harvested, dried, roasted, and packaged in Haiti.   THE FACTS Haiti is the poorest nation in the western hemisphere. A small Caribbean island, it’s people lack the educational opportunities, clean water, respectable incomes, and basic dignity that we so often take for granted. Haiti is an oppressed and poor nation, but not a hopeless people. THE COFFEE Haiti was once a robust exporter of...

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Global Redemption Inc.

Our Mission Statement:Global Redemption Inc. seeks to glorify God by training strong Christian leaders who invest in the community for the sake of the gospel. Global Redemption Inc. seeks to foster an environment of economic autonomy and self-worth in underprivileged nations, by fulfilling the great commission through evangelism & discipleship, while caring for the physical and spiritual needs of orphans and widows.Glorify GODWe exist to glorify God by proclaiming the life-changing Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout Haiti and the world. We seek to honor, worship, and make His name great by living obedient, holy lives filled with the character of Christ.Training strong Christian leadersOur core vision is developing strong Christian leaders with proper doctrine and a servant’s heart, to carry...

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Deux Mains

The Beginning To fully appreciate the deux mains brand, we have to start at the beginning, January 12, 2010. As a response to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Julie Colombino founded a nonprofit organization REBUILD globally, that still exists today and serves as our most strategic partner in fighting poverty. Julie realized the women who survived the horrible disaster were looking for ways to help themselves recover. So she opened a small training center and taught these women to make sandals from the tires found in the streets. Over the year, through the efforts of REBUILD globally, deux mains was able to spin off into its own official Haitian business and fashion brand. --- The Journey For five years, through...

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