Haiti

How Well Do You Know Haiti? (Fun Quiz)

1. The Haitian flag is full of symbolism. The blue and red stripes represent the African heritage and multi-ethnic backgrounds of the population. The coat of arms symbolizes the willingness and ability of Haiti’s people to fight for their country and their freedom. And the scroll is inscribed with L’Union Fait La Force, which means. . . .

Cookbook - Recipes Inspired by the Dominican Republic

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With your generous gift, you'll receive a digital cookbook with tropical recipes inspired by Children of the Nations' ministry in the Dominican Republic!

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(HA) Standards of Service Translation - French

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Several official documents need to be translated from English to French, so they can be understood by COTN's in-country staff in Haiti. These critical documents provide details about the standards all COTN staff must meet in serving the children. 

Your generous gift today will help make this translation possible, thereby improving the Haitian staff's ability to provide a high level of care for the children. Thank you!

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2017 Auction Event - Sioux Falls

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Thank you for donating toward COTN's 2017 auction event in Sioux Falls! Your gift will be applied to the areas of greatest need, to care for children living in poverty in Africa and the Caribbean.

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2017 Auction Event - Dallas

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We missed seeing you at our 2017 Texas COTN dinner and invite you to join us in funding the gap of unsponsored children. Your generous gift today will provide love and care for destitute children--children like Alice, our keynote speaker.

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2017 Auction Event - Port Angeles

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Thank you for donating toward COTN's 2017 auction event in Port Angeles! Your gift will be applied to the areas of greatest need, to care for children living in poverty in Africa and the Caribbean. 

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2017 Auction Event - Seattle

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Keys to the Future - Seattle Dinner and Auction

Saturday, October 28, 2017
 
Pan Pacific Hotel, 2125 Terry Ave, Seattle WA 98121
 
Reception and Silent Auction: 5:00 p.m.
Dinner and Program: 6:30 p.m.
 
Questions: Fraser Ratzlaff, fraserratzlaff@cotni.org or 206-200-9108

 

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2017 Auction Event - California

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Thank you for donating toward COTN's 2017 auction event in California! Your gift will be applied to the areas of greatest need, to care for children living in poverty in Africa and the Caribbean. 

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"I Love Soccer" Opens Big Opportunities for Children in Haiti

One common passion unites most of the world: soccer. Steven Mizecki, COTN's Global Volunteer in Haiti, decided the children in Haiti should get in on the action too, so earlier this year he created a new COTN initiative called I Love Soccer

Paying it Forward: Steven Goes from Orphan to Missionary, Thanks to You!

Steven Mizecki’s life is a testimony to all that God is doing, through your love and faithful support, to raise up leaders in Africa and the Caribbean. 

Steven grew up in Malawi, in East Africa. By age seven, both his parents were dead. His grandmother struggled to care for him, so he went to live with his uncle, a pastor in the capital city of Lilongwe.

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