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About Our Work

Watermark first got involved in Haiti following the devastating earthquake in 2010. But our goal was always to find an incredible partner who knew the people and their needs, and to remain far after the cameras and international spotlight left. Fortunately, we have been able to accomplish both of those things.

Mission of Hope Haiti serves a region of Haiti north of Port-au-prince through a school, an orphanage, food distribution, and local construction that builds homes for families. MOH also provides medical care to the region, including providing prosthetic limbs to those who need them. Through Watermark’s long-term partner with Mission of Hope, we have seen our work continue to progress and now have the chance to partner with and impact an entire village in our return trips to the country.

You can get a great picture of what’s been happening through our blog posts here. For a great video, visit watermark.org/haiti.

Watermark’s Discipleship Trips to Haiti are a powerful way for individuals or groups to make an impact and be impacted, and these trips serve as a “first step” international experience for many of our members. We take several trips each year; individuals are encouraged to apply, but Haiti trips are also excellent for groups. Recent trips have involved Youth, Families, College Students, Young Adults, Medical Professionals, and re:generation participants. Training for these trips generally involves 5-6 meetings across a 2-month period. 

For information on joining a Haiti trip, please click here. For Watermark’s entire international vision, please visit watermark.org/international.

For more on this ministry and its longtime impact in Haiti, check out www.mohhaiti.org.

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3 Responses to “About Our Work”

  1. Debbie Owenon Feb 15th 2012 at 12:12 pm

    I have enjoyed reading the blogs from the team that is currently serving in Haiti. It sounds like God is doing his wonderful work in many ways in Haiti. I know each team member will be touched by the people they meet while in the different villages of Haiti. They are very lucky to have such dedicated people who want to share God’s love. Thanks for posting updates for us and sharing your thaoughts and pictures. The team is in my daily prayers. God Bless all of you!
    Love in Chirst, Debbie Owen (Woody’s mom)

  2. Paul Reynoldson Jan 17th 2016 at 7:36 am

    My name is Paul Reynolds. I am the father of Megan Reynolds who is currently on a missions trip to Haiti with the Missions of Hope team. I was wondering if there have been any posts about them arriving OK. I knows Megan called yesterday and said there was a delay because of bad weather in Miami. Could someone respond

    Thank-you

    Paul Reynolds

  3. Adrianne Werton Jan 19th 2016 at 11:44 am

    Hello! Praying for the team in Haiti January 2016! We would love the updates to know the latest. Praying for strength, wisdom, and openness of hearts to God’s teaching for yourselves and for those you come in contact with. Looking forward to those updates!
    Love,
    Adrianne

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