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Father Constant Awarded for His Work at Haiti Micah Project

Congratulations to Father Constant, 2016 honoree at the International African and Caribbean Faith-Based Leadership Conference held at Howard University, Washington DC. His award was given in recognition of the work of Haiti Micah Project promoting economic development...

Message from Haiti Micah Project President

Give thanks with a grateful heart Give thanks to the Holy One Give thanks because He's given Jesus Christ, His Son And now let the weak say, "I am strong" Let the poor say, "I am rich Because of what the Lord has done for us" It is with grateful heart that I give God...

Children at the SAES Home

This photo was taken in May on our visit to HMP. with “Mon Pere” Constant.   The 27 kids were very happy to spend time with us and we thoroughly enjoyed our visits.  All the kids wanted to know about their sponsors and where they come from.  Some of the children speak...

Haiti Micah’s Speakers Bureau

HMP board members and friends often take our message to the road, our message of hope versus despair for the children of Mirebalais. Personal interaction with our supporters is one of the most effective ways of letting people know what we are doing and how others can...

Mustard Seed Grant Awarded

Trinity Episcopal Church, Arlington has been awarded a $5000 Mustard Seed Grant from the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, Richmond, VA.  This award will benefit the solar energy project being developed at Haiti Micah Project vocational training center.  In addition to...

10th Anniversary Celebration

The Board of Directors wishes to thank everyone who attended and supported the HMP 10th Anniversary Celebration on April 23 at Virginia Theological Seminary.  In addition to a cocktail reception and buffet dinner, entertainment was provided by singers and choirs from...

Commentary from the Acting Dean of the VTS about HMP

In 2004 Hurricane Jeanne devastated Haiti, leaving children in the streets and families struggling to survive. The Haiti Micah Project was born from the need to house, feed, and educate the most vulnerable in Haiti, the children. The Rev. Joseph M. Constant and his...

President’s Update – March 2016

Dear Friends: Recently I had a phone conversation with my Aunt Lemence Charite, who serves as a volunteer administrator for the Haiti Micah Project in Haiti.  Below is a summary of our conversation. Lemence - Yesterday we were presented with a case involving a little...