Many Hands is thrilled to announce its latest partnership with Haiti Lifeline Ministries. The organizations share an aligned purpose and believe strongly in creating meaningful impact on both a local and global scale. The partnership will enable the organizations to work as one collective force in specific areas of need, dedicated to transforming together, to be love in action, in a broken world.

Pictured above: A church in the One Body Project (courtesy of Hatiti Lifeline)

Haiti Lifeline Ministries seeks to empower, equip, and encourage the work of Christ in Haiti through the Lifeline Center for Children, The Oasis Project, and The One Body Project. They provide comprehensive support for abandoned and orphaned children, equip youth who age out of the orphan care system to positively impact their families and communities, and advance the gospel of Christ through pastor training, church building, and the construction of wells. Based in Topeka, Kansas, this is Haiti Lifeline Ministries’ 26th year doing ministry in Haiti.

Pictured above: Many Hands’ second Love-in-Action center in Maliarette.

The partnership between Many Hands and Haiti Lifeline will focus on Haiti’s Central Plateau. The initial joint focus will be establishing another Love-in-Action Center, an integral part of Many Hands’ strategies in development work. 

Many Hands’ Love-in-Action centers serve as a tool for transformation and the hub of their Love-in-Action programming. These centers facilitate feedings for mothers and infant children, training and equipping of parents, preventive health care checks, marriages for families in the community, and Bible studies. Families are empowered to walk a new path of hope through the power of being physically present in the community. Currently, Many Hands has three established centers with a fourth under construction set to open later this year.

Through this planned fifth Love-in-Action center, the organizations aim to combine their experience and resources to strengthen the spiritual and physical situation–and the economic opportunities–of pregnant women and young mothers. Long-term, this partnership will bring the strengths of both organizations together to fulfill their shared goal of transforming the lives of infants, mothers, and families.

Both organizations are thrilled about seeing the impact their partnership will have and look forward to building strong foundations for families in the Central Plateau.

About Many Hands:

Many Hands is an Iowa-based nonprofit creating local and global life transformation. Established in 2008, the organization aims to ignite generosity, grow community, and take people on IMPACT journeys to carve a new, better path to life. Each year, the organization reaches at least 25,000 people through its operations in the Caribbean, IMPACT Trips serving in Abaco, Bahamas, and Many Hands Thrift Markets located in Iowa.


Many Hands is called to transform together, to be love in action, in a broken world.