Outreach Partners!

Make A Real Change In Someone’s Life

No matter the way your team wants to serve there are several service partners we recommend. Below is the menu of partners that can help you with a service project. From hunger relief programs to construction, environmental relief, or medical we have multiple options on how you serve.

Projects Available

Missionaries Served

Years of Service

 Environmental Relief

Deep Springs International
Joshua House Haiti

This organization provides a clean water system and training for households to ensure that they have clean drinking water. Cost of $35 provides three years of clean water for a family.
Need: If a group would commit to raising enough money for 200+ buckets, Deep Springs would locate a new area to distribute the buckets and conduct training with the people who receive them. The team could accompany the Deep Springs team as the buckets are distributed. Once 300 buckets is reached, Deep Springs will be able to hire a new full time caseworker to manage and monitor the new area. This project would cost between $7,500 to $10,000.

COral REEF Restoration
Joshua House Haiti

Project Restoration Haiti is a multidisciplinary project that focuses on tackling the issue of declining coral reefs and fish populations along the Northern coast of Haiti. This initiative is aimed to combat this ecosystem’s degradation for the benefit of the local fishing and tourism industries. Haiti can once again enjoy the many ecosystem services provided by vibrant coral reefs.

Construction 

Partnering with local Haitian Pastor Andre Mezlies

Joshua House Haiti

Mission: For the last 20 years Pastor Mezlies has been ministering to 4 churches around the Cap Haitien Area and needs help supporting his ministry efforts.
Need: Light construction projects ranging from $600 to $10,000. Bible instruction and VBS camps for the children.

Latrine Building

Joshua House Haiti

Need: Latrines needed for members of the local community. The approximate cost is $500 per latrine. Construction materials as well as physical labor are also needed.

Home building for EBAC orphanage graduates

Joshua House Haiti

Mission: Several orphans that have grown up at EBAC orphanage have a desire to get married and move off of the property into their own houses.
Need: Financial contributions of $7,500-$15,000 and teams with construction skills (masonry, electric and plumbing) are needed for these projects.

Light of Life Construction Projects

Joshua House Pittsburgh

The Joshua Foundation board president alongside other board members and its many supporters have invested in the development and constructions efforts for Light of Life’s new buildings. Joshua Foundation Board members sit on the Light of Life Capital Campaign and the Joshua Foundation President has led the 10 year, search, zoning, development and construction process. The Joshua Foundation is honored to be part of this historic event in Pittsburgh with Light of Life changing lives together through Christ-centered care to help make the dream of two new buildings a reality and a place where Hope and Healing Meet.

Home Build with Welcome Home Haiti

Joshua House Haiti

Welcome Home Haiti works to provide safe and secure housing for couples that are involved in the Haitian Christian Ministries program. Haitian Christian Ministries is located about 45 outside of Cap Haitien. During the course of a week, a team works directly with a team of Haitians to build a house for a couple that has been approved by the Haitian Christian Ministries Church.
Need: Provide funding of $15,000 and labor.

His Vision Eye Clinic Construction Projects

Joshua House Haiti

Mission: The overall focus of His Vision is to provide eye care to impoverished, international communities. His Vision is currently working in Virginia (U.S.) and internationally in Haiti and the Caribbean. This ministry provides free eye examinations, medical treatment, and prescription glasses in the hope of brightening the future of a child in need.
Need: Several light construction projects ranging from $1500 to $20,000

 Medical

His Vision Project – Cap Haitien
Joshua House Haiti

Mission: The overall focus of His Vision is to provide eye care to impoverished, international communities. His Vision is currently working in Virginia (U.S.) and internationally in Haiti and the Caribbean. This ministry provides free eye examinations, medical treatment, and prescription glasses in the hope of brightening the future of a child in need.
Need: Skilled eye doctors and unskilled volunteers who can be trained to conduct eye exams.

Espwa Foundation Medical Clinic – Cap Haitien

Joshua House Haiti

Mission: Espwa means ‘hope’ in Haitian Creole. The mission of the Espwa Foundation is to bring Hope to Haiti, one child at a time. They are committed to fighting poverty through a network of medical clinics and orphanages that will bring much needed care and medical attention to the children of Haiti.
Need: Medical personnel to work along side Haitian doctors and nurses in local clinics.

Humanitarian 

Light of Life Meal Distribution

Joshua House Pittsburgh

The Joshua Foundation board members and several volunteers have supported Light of Life in its Annual Thanksgiving Dinner Box Drive. The Joshua Foundation began the assembly of Thanksgiving meal baskets in 2008 with 250 baskets provided to families in need. Three years later the effort became an annual collaboration with Light of Life and is now serving almost 2000 families. The wonderful part of the effort is that meals are distributed by a vast network of 25 partner ministries. The meals are a symbol of love as these organizations demonstrate and often provide the best opportunity to proclaim the Gospel.

Food Build

Joshua House Haiti

Supply the money and shipping cost to assemble dehydrated, high protein, vitamin-fortified food packets. This is a great pre-trip team-building exercise. Each meal costs 25 cents to produce. Groups could start with a total of 20,000 meals for $5000 and could pack up to a full shipping container of 280,000 meals. Once the meals are packed and shipped to Haiti, they are donated to a ministry called Hearts for the Hungry who distributes them to local churches, schools and orphanages. In many cases your team can help distribute the food in Haiti.

Vacation Bible School/Ministry Training

Joshua House Haiti

Any teams that wish to do a VBS type camp for kids can easily be utilized in a number of different churches. There are also a number of local pastors who are always looking for ministry training for their congregation.