Watch how God is growing Orphans International Helpline
Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world – James 1:27, NKJV.
Our mission is to reach out to the abandoned and destitute children, sharing with them the everlasting Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Meet The President
Welcome to the Orphans International Helpline website. This website is to help you discover the treasure of our work with the orphans in Haiti.
The lives of Jean Florvilus and Brian Ladiny were changed forever in 2003. On a trip to Haiti, they were shocked to find little children running around half naked with empty bowls begging for food.
Ways To Help
Partner with OIH
We are willing and more than happy to work with you to maximize benefits to your company. readmore
Share OIH with your church, school, family, friends, neighbors and business colleagues. readmore
A Love Parcel consists of a large bath towel filled with items such as soap, shampoo, comb/brush, toothbrush, clothing, etc. readmore
Join a mission team. It’ll change your life forever! Call the office in Berrien Springs, MI for more information. readmore
“Let all that I am praise the Lord; may I never forget the good things he does for me.”
-Psalms 103:2, NLT
Sponser a Child
Your sponsorship of $30 a month provides a child the following.
OIH operates the only food distribution center in Bombardopolis, Haiti. We began by feeding our orphans three hot meals a day.
To implement sustainable programs that improve access worldwide to investment, opportunity.
Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.
Grow to Survive: Livestock and Agronomy Project “He who has pity on the poor lends to the Lord.
Widows & Widowers
OIH also reaches out to the widows and widowers in the community, another neglected group.
Health Center Project 2019
Total Estimated Cost: $800,000 USD
Raised-to-Date: $$351,556 USD
We Still Need: $448,444 USD
Well Drilling Project
According to UNICEF, 46% of Haiti’s population lacks access to an improved water source, and most of Haiti’s water is contaminated with human waste and disease.
School Construction Project
Currently we would like to build 4 classrooms to host our children and a principal office which we call in French “Direction.” We have the land but no financial means to build the school and the principal office.