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The Soul Winning Missions’ (SWM) motto is “Community empowerment using education, medical, and economic development to the glory of God!” We are a 501(c)3 association and our causes are reflective of the motto: the sewing school teaches women a skill that leads to self-reliance; philanthropic educational scholarships currently extended to 12 children will ultimately lead to self-reliance and esteem; supplying Bibles and spreading the Gospel by ministering to pastors, evangelists, and all we come in contact leads to community empowerment. SWM is also involved in medical missions, feeding programs, and emergent humanitarian support when needed.
In September of 2020, SWM funded the cleaning of the streets in front of the school to make a way for the children to attend school. In addition to cleaning the street to the school, SWM also funded the cleaning and preparation of the school for the children to attend. Opening the school in Cite du Soleil has accomplished our goal for the school in 2020. SWM supports the 8 children living at the Good Samaritan Foundation providing for their physical and spiritual needs on an ongoing monthly basis. In addition, we have partnered with a Pastor in Pakistan who is spreading the Gospel and endeavoring to liberate families from slavery.
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- SWM is committed to raising funds for the release of another family from the clutches of slavery. When the family is persuaded to take a loan and cannot repay it, the person, in this case, the parents, their children, and their children's children are then forced into labor at the brick kiln wherein they work every day, all day long, and are charged for the meager living space and food that is purchased from the brick kiln. A vicious cycle from which they are never delivered. We are able to report the success of life at slavery for Brother Noel and his family, who are working for the Church, have a home and are receiving an education which is critical. Remember, while the children are in the brick kiln they are not educated. Many are born in the brick kiln, and never leave and they beget children in the brick kiln. This place produces generations of labor where the debt is never paid off. Our goal is to get Brother Manu and his wife, son, daughter-in-law, and their 5 children out of the brick kiln before Christmas of 2021. What a wonderful expression of love and a perfect example for the Christmas season. Please donate by clicking the donate button for the Brick Kiln 2021.$300.00 donated of $3,550.00 goal
- The Good Samaritan Foundation Orphanage was started in 2011, right after the earthquake in Haiti. It had twenty-five(25) several years after the earthquake, but there are currently eight (8) children. The staff that takes care of the children include Paulette, who is the cook and has been with the children for the last ten (10) years; Brother Nick, the tutor, and youth leader, who helps the children with their studies while school is out. Brother Nick is also the youth leader from New Ambassador Worship Center located in Cite Soleil. Another staff is Therese, who's responsible for dressing, hygiene of the children, and keeping the house clean. Chilet is their driver and also responsible for operations and mechanical maintenance of the house. Dr. Gustave is always on call for their medical maintenance and emergency needs. The children are given annual dental visits. Evangelist Dr. Newton Vincent is available to the children and employees 24/7 through WhatsApp. Donations amounting to $1000.00 per month are needed to keep this foundation going.$1,000.00 donated of $1,000.00 goal
- From a Women’s Conference in Cite du Soleil, which is one of the poorest cities in Haiti, was born the SWM Sewing School. During the three -day Christian Women in Business Seminar held at the Good Samarian Church, the Godly idea of self-reliance was borne. 20 out of 200 women in attendance were interested in joining the sewing school where they would learn a skill to benefit themselves, their family, and ultimately their community. Four hours per day, the women are there learning their new craft, learning how to sew clothes for themselves and their families. The goal, is to be able to support themselves through their new skill. “May the favor[a] of the Lord our God rest on us; establish the work of our hands for us— yes, establish the work of our hands.” (Psalm 91:17)$1.00 donated of $3,420.00 goal
- “…But Jesus called the children to him and said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these...” (Luke 18:16) SWM has been called to come to the aid of selected children in Haiti, providing educational scholarships covering their tuition and school books. Happily, we are able to provide tuition for a family with 5 children, (4 of whom are school age) for two years. In addition, we have taken on supporting the Good Samaritan Foundation for Children where 8 children reside in the home. Some are orphans while others have parents who are unable to care for them. The four(4) oldest children in the orphanage have already been attending a private school and their tuition have been paid by Soul Winning Mission. However, it is our goal moving forward to put the four (4) younger children in the same school. Therefore, all the children will be in the same school, which is within walking distance from their home. ALL SCHOOLS IN HAITI HAD BEEN CLOSED SINCE MARCH DUE TO COVID-19!!! The schools have reopened in September and SWM has resumed the responsibility of paying the tuition for 12 children. We are believing GOD that there will be people who will find it within their heart to partner with us to consistently give to this worthy course.$0.00 donated of $3,500.00 goal
Current dates to note
- 16 Oct 2021
- 16 Sep 2021
- 01 Sep 2021
- 17 Aug 2021
The number of orphans and abandoned children in Haiti is staggering, please HELP!!
The reality that parents give their children up because they can no longer care for them is unfathomable. Some reports have the annual per capita income at $450.00 US and 60% of the population is unemployed.Donate Now
Some of the success stories
Blessed are the childrenPlease help feed, clothe& educate. They are growing by leaps and bounds and require care which costs. “Public” schools in Haiti are not free, so there is tuition that must be paid, along with books to be purchased, accompanied by school supplies, food, and clothes
Women’s conference at Cite du Soleil, which is one of the poorest cities in Haiti
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