December 2014 through March of 2015 was a busy time for the Joshua House, Haiti—over 144 missionaries traveled, served, raced for Team Tassy, taught and labored in Cap Haitian and the surrounding areas. Can you picture yourself here over the summer and beyond!?!
Upcoming opportunities in Cap Haitian including but not limited to the 3 orphanages under our care through and with the Pittsburgh Kids Foundation and churches local to the surrounding communities we serve:
*Study abroad opportunities for university students to teach French to our English and Creole speaking students. Please have a university or college liaison contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
*New kindergarten through 6th grade school to be built on IDADEE property for the IDADEE children and the community scheduled to open September 2015.
*Medical clinic slated to open January 2016 to host medical and dental teams.
*As well as many church and ministry related activities in conjunction with the pastors we support.
http://www.crowdrise.com/i232forhaiti this link is on our facebook page, Ian Rosenberger’s Team Tassy stayed at the Joshua House and raised money for the people of Haiti by racing across the entire country of Haiti to raise awareness regarding global(specifically Haiti poverty). Ian started Thread a company that recycles plastics in country and employs Haitians. The team started the run at EBAC orphanage.
http://youtu.be/1SkneXKPSFA this link is on our facebook and website, North Allegheny Young Life brought the largest group to date to stay at the Joshua House—31 people!! And received rave reviews for their tutoring and teaching skills at the EBAC school. Way to go NAYL, great job!!
Be a part of the all the new things to come in Haiti, even if you just support the fledgling careers of newly graduated orphans by utilizing their services in country—you will be helping to support them and the economy. To hear more about how you can help and be a part of their growing entrepreneurism, contact us at email@example.com.