Matthew 25: Ministries continues to request thoughts, prayers and support for the people of Haiti. The situation in Haiti has remained unstable since February 2019, with a severe and violent outbreak of unrest erupting in September 2019.  The ongoing unstable situation represents the collapse of an already fragile infrastructure that could set Haiti back a decade or more in its efforts to overcome extreme poverty and deprivation. Prior to the 2010 earthquake, Haiti was the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Post-earthquake the country has continued to struggle to overcome multiple challenges.  The recent long-term instability has affected every aspect of Haiti’s economy.

Matthew 25: Ministries has worked to improve conditions in Haiti through humanitarian aid donations since 1998. Post-earthquake, Matthew 25: Ministries increased its level of involvement in Haiti, shipping more containers of relief supplies, leading medical mission trips, supporting schools and orphanages, distributing their Grow Right Micronutrient Supplement, supporting small business and micro-enterprise and creating jobs.

“This situation is the equivalent of a humanitarian earthquake,” said Matthew 25’s CEO Tim Mettey. “These people are our neighbors and it is our responsibility to do everything we can to help them survive and recover from this ongoing disaster.”

Matthew 25: Ministries accepts cash, credit card and online donations for ongoing disaster aid and humanitarian relief programs.

Donors who would like to designate their financial gifts for Haiti Humanitarian Crisis may do so by writing “Haiti Humanitarian Crisis” in the memo line of their check or by typing it in the “in honor of” field of our online giving form.  Please mail checks to Matthew 25: Ministries, 11060 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, OH 45242.  100% of donated funds designated for Haiti Humanitarian Crisis will be used for the purpose intended.
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