The Potter's

Saint Louis du Nord, Haiti

Our mission

To empower families to stay together and to break the cycle of malnutrition through meeting physical, educational, and spiritual needs.

Isaiah 64: 8

Yet you, Lord, are our Father. We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand.

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A new approach

Our Strategy

Family Empowerment

We believe the best place for a child is within a family. Our hope is that by empowering the families they will not need to consider putting their baby in an orphanage.

Formula Distribution

We provide our families with all of the formula the baby needs. They come to us every other week for a weigh in and more formula. This allows us to monitor their progress.

Medical Care

The medical system in Haiti can be very challenging. Our program takes care of medical expenses associated with the baby. We also go with them to the doctor to advocate for them.

Spiritual Mentoring

This is the most important aspect of our program. We have a pastor that shares a devotion with our families twice a month. Additionally, he reaches out to them during home visits.

Childhood Development Training

Our director works through a Christian based curriculum with our families. This curriculum teaches childhood development and bonding techniques for the families.


As our babies get older, our dream is to eventually be able to put them through school. If they are able to get an education, they are more likely to find a job and be able to provide for their families.

In Haiti, women are 25 times more likely to die in childbirth than women in the United States.

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