Jeremiah’s House – Ouest, Haiti

2018 Campaign Update:

Lift Off Accomplished… Life Support

The initial 2018 campaign was a huge success with over $50,000.00 raised. That funding secured the building lease, purchased provisions and materials to accommodate the children, paid for the state licensing of the facility and covered administrative costs associated with running the program. Now the goal is to find a group of warriors who will commit to fighting for the facilities future by committing to ongoing monthly donations that will ensure expenses can be met. The campaign has already begun and you can be a part of it. Any amount monthly is appreciated but $50.00 a month is the established goal of the initiative. Please pick up your badge of philanthropic honor and join us today!


The Initial Cost Projection for Center: $35,000.00

Total raised: $50,319.00

About Jeremiah’s House:

The Jeremiah’s House dream of giving a home to Haitian orphans began in September 2017 when Berdy JeanMary returned to the United States for his second year of college, leaving friends and family in Haiti. As an 11-year-old child, he was orphaned by his father, and although Berdy was deeply loved by his mother, she could not feed all of her children. Consequently he was sent to live with many different people. Berdy understands the importance of stability and instilling Christian values and love for children to be able to develop their gifts and grow with a sense of purpose for the future.