Haiti

(HA) I Love Soccer

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Haiti
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This project is fully funded! Thank you!

COTN's staff in Haiti are developing a soccer club to nurture the local children's love of sports and create a vehicle for sharing the gospel within the community.

Children in Haiti love to play soccer. This project will give the children a great way of staying healthy while playing a sport they love.

The organized soccer matches will also be places where the children and staff can share the gospel publicly with the local community.

Thank you for supporting this project!

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The "Double Your Donation" Challenge!

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Your gift will double (up to $300,000!) to provide care for children in need, when you give through this special offer before August 31!

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Photos from Your Child's Christmas Party in Haiti

It wasn't snowing outside, but thanks to you, COTN children in Haiti had a very merry Christmas party in COTN's Haiti ministry center. “We enjoyed every bit of the celebrations,” says Steven Mizecki, COTN-Haiti’s administrative intern.

As the children celebrated and reflected on the birth of Christ, they enjoyed singing, dancing, and watching skits. They ate lots of good food and even got a visit from Santa Claus! 

 

Emergency Medical Care

Your gift could help save lives
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When an accident happens, your gift provides a child with life-saving emergency hospital care. You will save lives!

Gift catalog purchases come with a free COTN card, which you can print and send to your friends and family.

Learning to Live Without a Limb: Pilot Uses Her Tragedy to Inspire Amputee Children in Haiti

Welcome to a special Beyond the Village themed post! Christy’s story was featured in our recent edition of the Beyond the Village publication. You can also listen to Christy’s story on Children of the Nations’ Beyond the Village podcast.
 

(DR) Hurricane Response

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Dominican Republic
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During this especially dangerous hurricane season, we are preparing to respond to whatever needs may arise in the communities we serve in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.

 
Your gift to this fund will help ensure there is enough food, water, mosquito nets, soap, and other supplies to meet the children's needs during and after an emergency.
 
Thank you for your prayers and for standing with COTN's children and staff.
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Haiti Staff Well-Being Fund HA-STAFF

Help COTN-Haiti staff when unexpected needs arise.

Your gift will help COTN-Haiti staff when unexpected needs arise.

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Photos from Your Child’s Summer Camp in Haiti

Thanks to the generous support of sponsors and other COTN partners, our children in Haiti recently got to enjoy summer camp. Our camp theme was Living a Life of Obedience. And our camp verse was Proverbs 1:8-9, "Listen, my son, to your father's instruction and do not forsake your mother's teaching. They are a garland to grace your head and a chain to adorn your neck."

We’re excited to share with you these photos of your children laughing and learning!


Photos from Christmas in Haiti

Christmas in Haiti was filled with many special treats for the children. They participated in songs, dances, and skits, and recited poems, all to celebrate Christ's birth.

Meet Steven, COTN's First Malawian Missionary

From the day they picked him up off the streets as a little orphan boy covered with sores, Steven knew there was something different about the people from Children of the Nations. “Hugging the kids, carrying them and holding their hands even though the kids were beyond being dirty, they never minded,” he marvels. To this day he’s wanted to be like them. This year, Steven, now a college graduate, has a unique opportunity to do so. 
 

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