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Before reading further take a minute to view the videos on the left & right columns to see Caring House Project's efforts in Haiti and around the world since 2003 and into 2015. They tell the story...

Please consider donating below to help us with our 2015 self-sufficient village project in Tanjean, Haiti...

In 2015 Caring House Project will build its 22nd self-sufficient village in Tanjean, Haiti, a sparsely populated coastal village two hours north of the capital, Port au Prince. 

Tanjean
before tents  

NOW

 

What the Tanjean houses will look like with your help!

The new Tanjean village will contain a chicken farm for commerce and to allow the village to be self-sufficient, 40 painted concrete and steel homes to accommodate families up to 10 people, 1 painted 2,500 sq. ft. concrete and steel church and community center, 20 concrete and steel latrines, 1 water well, 40 water filtration systems (one per house) and 40 solar lights (one per house).

This new village will benefit 400+ children and their families! All elements of the village will be provided to the residents of Tanjean at no cost to them. 

Also in 2015, I invite you to visit Haiti with me as I host you for our Haiti Trip 2015You have got to visit this new page that we just put up. You don't want to miss this experience!

As you continue your tour of this page, here is a short article titled "Compassion without Action is a Waste of Emotion" with amazing footage of what CHPF did immediately following the Haiti earthquake, and continues today with your help:

http://www.frank-mckinney.com/blog.asp?article=168

Since commencing in 2003, and by the end of 2015, a total of 10,000+ people will have been sheltered because of CHPF, and thousands more are alive because of our (and your) efforts.

One of our new Haiti villages
 
BEFORE   AFTER

Thank you for taking the time to visit our Caring House Project Foundation page. My name is Frank McKinney, and I'm a "philanthro-caplitalist."

I have spent the last 25+ years creating some of the most magnificent oceanfront estate homes in the world, each created on speculation.

In one of my books titled, Burst This! Frank McKinney's Bubble- Proof Real Estate Strategies, I share my approach for attaining generational success in real estate. 

I feel I am qualified to do so, as I started many years ago with a $50,000 fixer upper and now recently sold Acqua Liana, the world's largest and most opulent certified "green" home at $23 million.

"Frank, what does this have to do with Caring House Project Foundation and caring for the world's poor?"

Quite a bit. Stay with with me for a minute.

 

In all, I have written five books, but none more impactful than another new release titled The Tap. 

In The Tap I share the most important spiritual principle for succeeding in the business we are all in, the business of life. I explain how God has tapped me (and taps you, too) many times in life, answering prayers and presenting life-changing opportunities.

The Tap shows how to sensitize yourself to feel then act on your life's great "Tap Moments," embracing the rewards and responsibilities of a blessed life.

And that is exactly what happened to me in 1998, when I experienced the most epiphaneous tap moment of my life and acting on that "tap" by starting the Caring House Project Foundation.

All the real estate successes are a blessing, but what is it all for?

I began by doing my best to live by the life mantra that happens to a passage from the Gospel of Luke, 12:48: "Much will be required of the person entrusted with much, and still more demanded of the person entrusted with more."

I felt the best way to reflect that mantra was by starting a foundation that cared for those who had no shelter.

After all, when you strip it down, I am simply in the housing business, and felt I should be providing that most basic need to those who have no home. 

Stability begins with a home. Without the need of shelter being met, there is little hope. 

What started so small, providing housing for $1 a month to elderly homeless people here in the United States, has grown tremendously.

CHPF has impacted the poorest of the poor in the countries of Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Indonesia, Africa and here in the U.S.

If you look toward the top of this page you will find videos depicting some of the villages CHPF has built around the world.

CHPF's primary involvement has been in Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.

Since 2003 and into 2015, through CHPF donors like you, we will have invested over $4.5 million into creating self-sufficient villages in Haiti. 

With your help, by the end of 2015, CHPF will have built 22 villages in the Haitian cities of Tanjean, Ravine a' Couleuvre, St. Marc, Roseaux, Anse Rouge, Gonaives(2), Port au Prince (Cite Soleil), Testasse, Ft. San Michael, Los Cacaos, Cap Haitian (Blue Hills), Ange Village, Paroty (2), Terre Rouge, Fond Rouge, Torbek, Chameua, Mannual, Makandal and Mahotiere/Rampa all at no cost to the beneficiaries.

Click the following link to see a Google Maps presentation of all of CHPF's villages in Haiti: CHPF Google Map of Villages

By the end of 2015, a total of 10,000+ people will have been sheltered because of CHPF, and thousands more are alive because of our (and your) efforts.

Our Caring House Project Foundation mission statement reads

"The Caring House Project Foundation shall create projects based upon self-sufficiency by providing housing, food, water, medical support and opportunity for the desperately poor and homeless from around the world, particularly in the Caribbean, South America, Indonesia, Africa and here in the USA."

Before I go on, would you consider helping our efforts in 2015 by scrolling down this page and making a donation? There are 70+ different donation options, very small to very large.

 
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The above mission statement has expanded over the years to include elements now crucial to a self-sufficient existence where the poor and homeless will no longer have to rely on government or even charities to sustain and improve their lives.

Our 2015 Program of Work, including our self-sufficient village in Tanjean, NEEDS YOUR HELP!

Please scroll below to choose an initiative that is near and dear to your heart.

Evidencing our commitment, let me share a little with you some projects CHPF recently completed in 2014:

 
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Ravine a' Couleuvre, is a small Haitian enclave near the Town of L'Estere (pop 3,000). The village is located on the northwest coast.

The new village will contain 40 painted concrete and steel homes to accommodate families up to 10 people, 1 painted 2,500 sq. ft. concrete and steel church and community center, 20 concrete and steel latrines, 1 water well, 40 water filtration systems, 40 goats and 80 chickens.

This new village will benefit 400+ children and their families! All elements of the village will be provided to the residents of Ravine a' Couleuvre at no cost to them.

Please scroll below or visit our Donate Page at http://www.frank-mckinney.com/donate.aspx to pledge your support today for our 2015 projects.

Remember: "Each of us are fortunate to be blessed with the ability to succeed at some level. This success is not for our sole benefit however, but so we might apply the result of our success to assist those less fortunate." 

Here is an excerpt from a letter from a new resident of a recently completed CHPF village who also works in the school:

I am grateful for the provision of the new village. We found this little 4 year old girl in a shack in the swamp with her two sisters, one 5 years the other 1 year. They were alone, and very hungry. They are our newest residents to move to the village along with another set of three children who just lost their mom last week. The youngest child of this family had her hand broken in several places. Her mother had symptoms of an illness that would cause her to fall constantly. She fell on the baby several times breaking her hands. God Bless you and those who made this possible - Delane Baily.

I know this page is getting long. I am asking for your help in 2015 to build our village in Tanjean, Haiti, and I really want you to have the a full picture on CHPF's impact.

 

Tanjean is so remote that the villagers often have to walk hours just to get food and water. The little boy to the left just received a new fruit tree!

Many currently live in dilapidated shacks made of mud, cardboard, plastic, tin, or whatever materials they can scavenge from the garbage heaps.

These rudimentary dwellings have dirt floors and offer no protection against the brutal weather conditions or vermin. 

Our Caring House Project Foundation will promote a sense of community by providing safe housing, sanitation, renewable food resources, and water for the residents of our new village in Ravine a' Couleuvre. 

Will you take a moment and consider your donation options below?

Please choose the involvement where you desire to make the most impact: orphanages, schools, homes, water, renewable food, community centers (worship) or clinics.

Or, if you would like us to choose where the need is the greatest, then choose that option at the very bottom of the list.

There are varying donor levels and commitments can be made monthly. You can feel good knowing your donations are being put to use where your heart calls! 

What about our Caring House Project Foundation expenses and overhead?How much of your dollar goes to helping those referenced throughout this page?

In business you have an ROI, Return on Investment. Our non-profit model revolves around "ROD," Return on Donation - how far can we stretch our donor's dollar. I can assure you, those most desperately poor and homeless get more from your dollar than you can ever imagine.

We recently reduced our overhead significantly, and continue to look for ways to do so.

We no longer have a full time Executive Director, thus saving over $100,000 a year. Those duties are split between me and my wife Nilsa. I draw no salary from CHPF, and never have. Nilsa is paid $138.47 a week, 50% less than last year and 64% less than the year before).  Believe me, it's a lot of work.

We no longer have the significant expense of office space. We run CHPF out of one of our guest cottages at our home. CHPF does not pay for electricity or water, but does pay a small portion of certain recurring monthly expenses such as phones, health insurance, gas, car insurance, etc. This amounts to approximately $200 a week.

Other expenses such as accounting, postage, shipping, database management and travel to fundraising events are covered by CHPF.

If you ever have a concern or issue with any overhead or other expense, please share them with us. All at CHPF pledge to always do our best to be responsible stewards of YOUR donations.

"Somane Hilaire se yon je-n fiy-li kontan pou-l benefisye yon kay nan Ange Village. Sa pral bay diyite epi kontyans nan Lavi-a. Mwen pa fe jalouzi pou moun ki gen kay."

  Somane Hilare is a new CHPF village resident. Translated from her native Creole, she says-"I have waited long to see this happen! This gives me a sense of dignity and confidence in life."

After choosing a donation option below, scroll to the bottom of this page to read more about the history of the Caring House Project Foundation and about some of the projects we have completed around the world.

Each project begins with the year highlighted in red.

     
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SINGLE FAMILY HOMES FOR 8 FAMILY MEMBERS
2 rooms, kitchen, front porch and latrine
 

Entire Village (assumes 50 homes)
50 houses
400+/- residents

$175,000.00
Donate
 

Entire Village | Payment Plan
50 houses
400+/- residents

$14,583.00
per Month for
12 Months

Donate
 
½ Village
200+/- persons provided with shelter
$87,500.00
Donate
 
½ Village | Payment Plan
200 persons provided with shelter
$7,291.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
 
Two Homes $7,000.00
Donate
 
One Home $3,500.00
Donate
 
One Home | Payment Plan
12 month payment plan
$292.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
 
Housing for 1 Homeless Person $438.00
Donate
 
Housing for 1 Homeless Person
Payment Plan
$37.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
 

ORPHANAGE
Twelve 4-room homes housing 12 orphans & two adult caregivers
168 lives touched

     
Entire Orphanage $90,000
Donate
 
Entire Orphanage | Payment Plan $7,500.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
 
One 4-room orphan home $7,500.00
Donate
 
One 4-room orphan home
Payment Plan
$625.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
½ of a 4-room orphan home $3,750.00
Donate
     
½ of a 4-room orphan home
Payment Plan
$312.50
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
Shelter for 1 orphan $535.00
Donate
     
Shelter for 1 orphan $45.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
SCHOOL 
Approximately 400 students
     

Entire School
400 students

$90,000.00
Donate
 
Entire School | Payment Plan $7,500.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
½ A School $45,000.00
Donate
     
½ A School | Payment Plan $3,750.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
One Complete Classroom $9,000.00
Donate
     
One Complete Classroom
Payment Plan
$750.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
 
Schooling for 1 Student $500.00
Donate
 
Schooling for 1 Student
Payment Plan
$42.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
 
COMMUNITY CENTER
Building for fellowship, worship and communal meals
250 person capacity
     
Entire Community Center $80,000.00
Donate
 
Entire Community Center
Payment Plan
$6,667.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
     
½ Community Center $40,000.00
Donate
     
½ Community Center | Payment Plan


$3,334.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
Community Center space for 1 person $320.00
Donate
     
Community Center space for 1 person
Payment Plan
$27.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
MEDICAL CLINIC
Building | Medicine | Supplies | Examination tables | Scales... 1000's of lives saved
     
Entire Clinic $50,000.00
Donate
     
Entire Clinic | Payment Plan


$4,167.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
 
½ of the Clinic $25,000.00
Donate
 
½ of the Clinic | Payment Plan
$2,084.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
Clinic Services to care for 1 patient $500.00
Donate
 
Clinic Services
Care for 1 patient | Payment Plan
$42.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     

FOOD
Agricultural Project
500+ lives touched

     
Entire Agricultural Project includes:
Chickens | Pigs | Goats
Chicken Coup
Vegetable Seeds | Fertilizers
Fencing | Wiring | Land Clearing
$30,000.00
Donate
     
Entire Agricultural Project
Payment Plan includes:
Chickens | Pigs | Goats
Chicken Coup
Vegetable Seeds | Fertilizers
Fencing | Wiring | Land Clearing
$2,500.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
½ of Agricultural Project $15,000.00
Donate
     
½ of Agricultural Project
Payment Plan
$1,250.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
Food to Sustain 3 Lives $350.00
Donate
     
Food to Sustain 3 Lives
Payment Plan
$29.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
Food to Sustain 1 Life
$116.00
Donate

Food to Sustain 1 Life
Payment Plan

$9.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
One chicken
$4.75
per chicken
Donate
 
One pig
$18.00
per pig
Donate
     

One goat

$45.00
per goat
Donate
 
WATER MANAGEMENT
Pumps | Wells | Storage tanks and sanitation units
thousands of lives touched
     
Entire Water Management Project
$46,000.00
Donate
     
Entire Water Management Project
Payment Plan
$3,834.00
per month for
12 Months
Donate
     
½ of Water Management Project
$23,000.00
Donate
     
½ of Water Management Project
Payment Plan
$1,917.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
Water Management to save 2 lives
$250.00
Donate
     
Water Management to save 2 lives
Payment Plan
$21.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
Water Management to save 1 life
$125.00
Donate
     
Water Management to save 1 life
Payment Plan
$11.00
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
 
Frank, we want to share our blessings with those less fortunate. You and your Board of Directors decide where the need is the greatest!
     
$1000 donation
$1,000.00
Donate
     
$1000 donation | Payment Plan
$83.34
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
$500 donation
$500.00
Donate
     
$500 donation | Payment Plan
$41.67
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
     
$250 donation
$250.00
Donate
     
$250 donation | Payment Plan
$20.84
per Month for
12 Months
Donate
 
$100 donation
$100.00
Donate
     
$50 donation
$50.00
Donate
     
$20 donation
$20.00
Donate
 
     
$10 donation
$10.00
Donate
 
 
Mme Jean-Louis ap viv man Caring House Blue Hills Pou Li Meme, Se pi bon bagay ki jan'm rive pou li. Yon kay li fe m'sante mwem an sekirite, lidi peson-n pap mete zafe-m deyo anko.  

Mrs. Jean Louis lives in a completed village known as The Caring House Village, a village for over 1,000 previously homeless in Blue Hills, Cap Haitien, Haiti. Translated, Jean says: "This is the best thing that ever happened to me. This home makes me feel safe. No one will ever kick me out again."

 

We need your help to build our new village in Ravine a' Couleuvre in 2014!

 
 
A little more history. All of the work of Caring House Project Foundation started so small, and continues with your help. Here are a few highlights...
 

The CHPF started domestically in 1998 by purchasing rundown single-family homes, refurbishing them, then renting to elderly homeless people for $1 per month. We are as committed as ever to our domestic efforts, as they continue into 2014.

On 2/11/02 the CHPF earned its non-profit status (501c3).

In 2002, we took our initiative to Leon, Nicaragua, the 2nd poorest country in the Western hemisphere, where we built a village for 156 homeless people and realized we could invest $625 and touch a life with new shelter.

In 2003, we built our first village in Haiti for 200 homeless in Cite Soleil, outside Port Au Prince, the poorest city in the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.

In February of 2004, we finished a small village for 115 poor & homeless in Choloma, Honduras.

In December 2004, we completed "Village De La Foi (Village of Hope) for over 1000 homeless in Blue Hills, Cap Haitien, Haiti.

In 2005 we built two large villages, one in the Aceh Besar district of Indonesia, an area ravaged by the tsunami and the other in Gonaives, Haiti, a city that was destroyed by the 2004 hurricanes.



Later in 2005 we built a tunnel for safe passage for school children in Brazil. The reason the children needed safe passage in unthinkable and not appropriate for reprinting (email if you are interesting hearing why we were moved to build this tunnel).

In 2006 we completed Ange Village in Haiti, our first large scale, wholly self-sufficient village combining shelter and care for orphaned children (a "family home" orphanage), education of all village and neighboring children (school), shelter for villagers (homes), clean water (water wells, pumps & storage tanks), renewable food source (an animal husbandry), a building for fellowship and worship (a community center) and a central location for medical aid to be distributed (a clinic).

In 2007 we completed a new 1,900 sq. ft., school in the El Japon community of Choloma, Honduras. The new school now accommodates over 300 children who would have had to cease their education after the 6th grade. Why Choloma, Honduras? As you see from above, in 2004, CHPF created a small village for 20 previously homeless families a few blocks from the school. Now this village is thriving and, with this new found stability, it was time to focus on educating the villagers. In terms of ROD (return on donation), the reward is incalculable.

Scroll above where there are donation options for your consideration.

Also in 2007 CHPF completed "Children's Village," a project to protect the street children of Uganda, Africa. The project included constructing 20 rooms in 2 buildings to house and care for 100+ street children in one of the poorest countries in Africa.

Since 1998 and into 2014, here in the United States, we have honored hundreds of donation requests from individuals, causes and organizations such as our huge 16-city, 24-day, 4,071 mile Survival to Thrival Tour, Kids in Distress, Operation Rescue The Children, Child In Need, Food For The Poor, Christians Reaching Out to Society, The Cooperative Feeding Program, homeless assistance affordable housing initiatives, hurricane recovery, disaster assistance and the many other miscellaneous requests that come in weekly.

We enjoy a certain level of flexibility that allows us to act upon worthy requests without the red tape, many right here in America.

In 2008, as further evidence of our self-sufficient initiative, the completed village in Los Cacaos, Haiti, near the Dominican Republic boarder, combined 35 double homes, a 2,922 sq. ft. school, a large 2,520 sq. ft. community center (kitchen, feeding area, worship, bank room and pharmacy), a health clinic, renewable food sources to maximize annual yields (goat farm w/ 50 goats, chicken farm w/ 400 chickens, 5 Tilapia fish ponds, vegetable farm w/ 3-1,500 sq. ft. green houses) & related land clearing, construction, fencing, seed & fertilizers, 35 pit latrines, 35 showers and two clean drinking water sources.

In 2008 we also completed our first fishing cooperative in Testasse, Haiti.

Testasse is located on the southeastern peninsular tip of Haiti, 140 miles east of Port-au-Prince and 7 miles from Jeremie. It rarely sees any kind of life-sustaining relief and is one of the poorest cities in the poorest country in the world, where poverty is extreme and housing deplorable.

Testasse (along with most of Haiti) has an infant mortality rate of 22% (22% of the children won't see their 5th birthday), highest death rate from AIDS in the Western Hemisphere (life expectancy of 47 years), a per person/per day income of less than $1 and an 80% unemployment rate.

We felt that the new village would prosper if its core activity and commerce were centered around a fishing cooperative. 

When we were able to identify where a small sprinkling of free enterprise might provide for ongoing, life-sustaining capital, we immediately went to work to provide the opportunity in Testasse:

1) A fishing cooperative building so that the new villagers have a place to receive, clean, process, display, store and sell their fish.  

The fishing cooperative is the primary mode of commerce that supports the village. With the many new fiberglass boats and motors CHPF provided, the fisherman are able to venture into deeper waters, bring back larger fish then are able to use the building to prepare, freeze and keep the fish fresh via generators. With this new found ability to conduct commerce, the village has a steady stream of income. The fishing cooperative is comprised of a 1,200+/- sq. ft. concrete building to include a grinder room, prep room, freezer room, two storage rooms, an office for the co-op, 6 15-foot fiberglass boats with 15hp motors (including fuel), 2 freezers and 1 generator.   

2) A 4,800 sq. ft., 10-room School w/ 2 administrative offices, furnishings, school supplies, 4 latrines and 1 water well to serve 500 kindergarten - 9th graders.

3) A 1,000 sq. ft., Health Clinic and Pharmacy/Dispensary, including a water well to treat the many ill children and adults of the village.

4) 61 Concrete Homes, each accommodating up to 8 family members. Each home has two bedrooms, living area, front porch and latrine for bathing and toilet facilities.

5) A 1,100 sq. ft., Community Center for communal meals, fellowship, worship and sharing the good word of God. 

See what an impact you can make by supporting CHPF today!

In 2009 we finished our 2nd self-sufficient project in Gonavies, Haiti by providing i) 35 double homes, ii) a  schoolhouse with nine classrooms, office for admin and teachers, iii) a community center, iv) 3 sets of fruit trees to each house, v) 35 goats, vi) 24 milking cows, vii) vegetable and Fruit Trees (1,000 mango; 1,000 avocado trees, and 1,000 breadfruit trees).

Also in 2009, in Kalsegra, West Ghana, Africa, we built a school known as "The School of Two Trees" for 300 K-8th graders. We provided a clinic, sustainable farming and necessary farming equipment.

In 2010 we finished our three villages in Terre Rouge, Fond Rouge Torbek and Paroty, Haiti. These three villages totaled 100 homes, and provided shelter to over 800 men, woman and children who had none before.


Also in 2010 three more self-sufficient villages:

1) Built a new village in Chameau, Haiti (50 houses, 50 latrines, 50 goats, 100 fruit trees, 1 mule).

2) Built a new village in Mannuel, Haiti (50 houses, 50 latrines, 50 goats, 100 fruit trees, 1 mule.

3) Built a new village in Mahotiere/Rampa, Haiti (50 houses, 50 latrines, 50 goats, 100 fruit trees, 1 mule.

Please scroll above to make your much needed donation.

 

Please donate to help our 2014 village in Ravine a' Couleuvre, Haiti!

 

In 2011, CHPF accomplished the following (3 more villages + help in the US):

1) In Paroty, Haiti, created then built a self-sufficient village that contained 50 homes (housing up to 400 people), sanitation facilities, 1 mule and renewable food sources (fruit trees, goats, chickens, pigs, etc).

2) In Makandal, Haiti, built a smaller self-sufficient village contained 10 larger homes (housing up to 100 people), sanitation facilities, 1 mule and renewable food sources (fruit trees, goats, chickens, pigs, etc).

3) Provided expedient emergency relief (cholera, earthquake, etc) in Haiti in the form of food and hundreds of bio-sand water filters producing up to 1000 gallons of clean drinking water a day.

4) Given the continuing economic challenges domestically, focused efforts here at home as well, 15% of our donors dollars stayed here in the U.S.

In 2012, with the help of the Martel Alliance and Hope to Haiti, we built a seaside village in Anse Rouge, Haiti containing: 

1) 40 concrete houses
2) 20 concrete latrines
3) 1 2,000 sq. ft. community center and fishing cooperative
4) 4 15-foot fiberglass boats w/ 4 15hp motors
5) 1 generator
6) 2 freezers
7) And 1 underground fuel storage tank

In 2013, with your help, Caring House Project Foundation completed the following: 

In St Marc (Parish of the Cross) & Roseaux, Haiti...
 
Provided 150 new concrete homes, 150 concrete latrines, 1 large community center/clinic/school, 150 female goats, 10 large water filtration systems and 600 fruit trees - all at no cost to the villagers! See the before and after photos for 2013 below.
 
 
Saint Marc, Haiti Village
before tents   before tents

BEFORE

 

AFTER

In 2014 Caring House Project finished it's 21 self-sufficent village in Ravine a’ Couleuvre, a small Haitian enclave near the Town of L’Estere (pop 3,000). RAC now contains 40 concrete/steel homes, 1 - 2,500 sq. ft. concrete church and community center, 20 concrete latrines, 1 water well, 40 water filtration systems, 40 goats and 80 chickens. This new village benefits 400+ children and their families!

Recall the Gospel of Luke: "Much will be required of the person entrusted with much, and still more demanded of the person entrusted with more."

Won't you consider scrolling back up the page and choosing a donation level that will benefit those less fortunate? We have a very busy program of work in 2015, ambitious beyond anything CHPF has undertaken before.

We need you!

 
Please support Caring House Project Foundation's efforts in 2015:
 
In Tanjean, Haiti... 

The new Tanjean village will contain a chicken farm for commerce and to allow the village to be self-sufficient, 40 painted concrete and steel homes to accommodate families up to 10 people, 1 painted 2,500 sq. ft. concrete and steel church and community center, 20 concrete and steel latrines, 1 new water well, 40 water filtration systems (one per house), and 40 solar lights (one per house).

This new village will benefit 400+ children and their families! All elements of the village will be provided to the residents of Tanjean at no cost to them. 

Also in 2015, I invite you to visit Haiti with me as I host you for our Haiti Trip 2015! You have got to visit this new page that we just put up. Want to come to Haiti with me?

In the United States of America...
 
Continue to answer the call of those suffering tremendously here in the U.S. by providing temporary emergency shelter, homeless assistance, rental assistance, food, clothing, counseling, etc.
 
We can't do it without you!
     
 
     
God Bless,
Frank Mckinney
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Security Policy:
Your payment and personal information is always safe. Our secure software is the industry standard and among the best software available today for secure commerce transactions.
Refund Policy:
Due to the fact that your donations have already been put to work in Haiti and elsewhere, all donations and book purchases (which are also considered donations) made to The Caring House Project, Inc. are final.
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