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Second Lead Like Jesus Training

Several of our staff in Haiti completed the Lead Like Jesus training in November 2022. Read about what they learned and how they celebrated the completion of this course.
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Second Lead Like Jesus Training
Life in Haiti Staff Blog

Home for the Holidays

Liz Clarke-Aldonza gives an update on what life has been like for her family since welcoming their second child in October.
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Home for the Holidays
Staff Blog

In the EVERYDAY! Part One

Christi Gabhart shares where she has seen God in the EVERYDAY in Haiti.
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In the EVERYDAY! Part One
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Introducing: IMPACT

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Introducing: IMPACT
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Many Hands Expanding into the Caribbean

Many Hands is expanding into the Bahamas in 2023. Many Hands will use their community-focused Love in Action initiatives to serve low-income Bahamians and Haitian immigrants.
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Many Hands Expanding into the Caribbean
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Stories of Light: Equipped for More

Today's Story of Light shares how Vet training came in handy when an unexpected medical need arose.
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Stories of Light: Equipped for More
Give Joy Story

Stories of Light: Joy and Sorrow

Many Hands shares a story about Micul, the School of Light Director.
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Stories of Light: Joy and Sorrow
Heart for Haiti Staff Blog

Steadfast Leadership

Mark and Melissa Kauk share their reflections of how they have seen the Haitians have steadfast leadership.
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Steadfast Leadership
Give Joy Story

Stories of Light: Anaika

Many Hands shares an update on a story of light about Anaika.
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Stories of Light: Anaika
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Stories of Light: Miseline

Many Hands shares a new story of light about Miseline.
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Stories of Light: Miseline
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Stories of Light: Baby Love

Many Hands shares a progress update on Baby Love, a student at the School of Light.
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Stories of Light: Baby Love
Life in Haiti Staff Blog

Hope Amidst Hurt

Liz Clarke-Aldonza shares what is on her heart and mind as she prepares to welcome her second child.
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Hope Amidst Hurt
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Learning and Growing

We are still here in Sylvain educating the next generation of Haitians, and we are excited for the year to come. In the 2021-2022 School year, we were proud to graduate all 124 students. 100% of our preschool and primary students passed their exams and moved to the next grade!
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Learning and Growing
Heart for Haiti Staff Blog

The Joy of Community

Mark and Melissa Kauk share their reflections after serving in Haiti for the last month.
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The Joy of Community
Life in Haiti Staff Blog

Following God’s Lead

Liz Clarke-Aldonza has been on sabbatical for the last several months. She shares in today's blog how she and her family are following God's lead amidst challenging circumstances.
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Following God’s Lead
Team Blog

Comparing Circumstances

Magen Andrasko shares what was going through her mind as she attended the dedication of a new safe home in Haiti.
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Comparing Circumstances
Team Blog

Seeing Haiti with Fresh Eyes

Laura Nicholson, IMPACT Manager for Many Hands, shares how she saw Haiti with fresh eyes on her most recent trip to Haiti.
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Seeing Haiti with Fresh Eyes
Team Blog

Right Where I am Supposed to Be

Melissa Tafta, Merle Hay store manager, and Bryan Kladstrup, Spencer assistant manager, write about their reflections on their first trip to Haiti.
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Right Where I am Supposed to Be
Team Blog

Three Moments of Impact

Jon Pedersen, Many Hands' Director of HR, writes about his first trip to Haiti and three moments of impact he had.
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Three Moments of Impact
Team Blog

Mustard Seeds of Faith

Magen Andrasko, the Executive Assistant and Marketing Specialist at Many Hands, writes about her experience and what she learned while climbing Mount Pignon.
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Mustard Seeds of Faith
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Second Lead Like Jesus Training
Story

Second Lead Like Jesus Training

Several of our staff in Haiti completed the Lead Like Jesus training in November 2022. Read about what they learned and how they celebrated the completion of this course.
Read More
1 Reply
Home for the Holidays
Life in Haiti Staff Blog

Home for the Holidays

Liz Clarke-Aldonza gives an update on what life has been like for her family since welcoming their second child in October.
Read More
2 Replies
In the EVERYDAY! Part One
Staff Blog

In the EVERYDAY! Part One

Christi Gabhart shares where she has seen God in the EVERYDAY in Haiti.
Read More
1 Reply
Introducing: IMPACT
News

Introducing: IMPACT

Read More
Many Hands Expanding into the Caribbean
Featured News

Many Hands Expanding into the Caribbean

Many Hands is expanding into the Bahamas in 2023. Many Hands will use their community-focused Love in Action initiatives to serve low-income Bahamians and Haitian immigrants.
Read More
Stories of Light: Equipped for More
Give Joy Story

Stories of Light: Equipped for More

Today's Story of Light shares how Vet training came in handy when an unexpected medical need arose.
Read More
1 Reply
Stories of Light: Joy and Sorrow
Give Joy Story

Stories of Light: Joy and Sorrow

Many Hands shares a story about Micul, the School of Light Director.
Read More
1 Reply
Steadfast Leadership
Heart for Haiti Staff Blog

Steadfast Leadership

Mark and Melissa Kauk share their reflections of how they have seen the Haitians have steadfast leadership.
Read More
Stories of Light: Anaika
Give Joy Story

Stories of Light: Anaika

Many Hands shares an update on a story of light about Anaika.
Read More
Stories of Light: Miseline
Give Joy Story

Stories of Light: Miseline

Many Hands shares a new story of light about Miseline.
Read More
Stories of Light: Baby Love
Give Joy Story

Stories of Light: Baby Love

Many Hands shares a progress update on Baby Love, a student at the School of Light.
Read More
Hope Amidst Hurt
Life in Haiti Staff Blog

Hope Amidst Hurt

Liz Clarke-Aldonza shares what is on her heart and mind as she prepares to welcome her second child.
Read More
6 Replies
Learning and Growing
Featured News

Learning and Growing

We are still here in Sylvain educating the next generation of Haitians, and we are excited for the year to come. In the 2021-2022 School year, we were proud to graduate all 124 students. 100% of our preschool and primary students passed their exams and moved to the next grade!
Read More
The Joy of Community
Heart for Haiti Staff Blog

The Joy of Community

Mark and Melissa Kauk share their reflections after serving in Haiti for the last month.
Read More
Following God’s Lead
Life in Haiti Staff Blog

Following God’s Lead

Liz Clarke-Aldonza has been on sabbatical for the last several months. She shares in today's blog how she and her family are following God's lead amidst challenging circumstances.
Read More
12 Replies
Comparing Circumstances
Team Blog

Comparing Circumstances

Magen Andrasko shares what was going through her mind as she attended the dedication of a new safe home in Haiti.
Read More
1 Reply
Seeing Haiti with Fresh Eyes
Team Blog

Seeing Haiti with Fresh Eyes

Laura Nicholson, IMPACT Manager for Many Hands, shares how she saw Haiti with fresh eyes on her most recent trip to Haiti.
Read More
2 Replies
Right Where I am Supposed to Be
Team Blog

Right Where I am Supposed to Be

Melissa Tafta, Merle Hay store manager, and Bryan Kladstrup, Spencer assistant manager, write about their reflections on their first trip to Haiti.
Read More
2 Replies
Three Moments of Impact
Team Blog

Three Moments of Impact

Jon Pedersen, Many Hands' Director of HR, writes about his first trip to Haiti and three moments of impact he had.
Read More
2 Replies
Mustard Seeds of Faith
Team Blog

Mustard Seeds of Faith

Magen Andrasko, the Executive Assistant and Marketing Specialist at Many Hands, writes about her experience and what she learned while climbing Mount Pignon.
Read More