100% of all donations reach Haiti. Mercy & Sharing's Board of Directors contribute in excess of 100% of all U.S. administrative costs.
Mercy & Sharing employs hundreds of locals and believes their orphans are the future of Haiti.
Mercy & Sharing cares for the abandoned, the neglected, the most vulnerable of Haiti each and every day.
1994–201420 years and counting and still ever true to our mission of mercy in Haiti. Mercy & Sharing, a registered 501c3 non-profit, started in 1994 and we are on a mission of mercy to educate the forgotten, feed the hungry, house the neglected, show mercy and dignity to the abused, and empower a new generation to hope and sustainability.
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Angels of a Lower Flight
The inspiring story of how one woman's message of hope and opportunity will change the lives of an entire generation.
Demons of Poverty
Ted Boers, successful American entrepreneur, has devoted himself to improving the conditions of the poor in Haiti.
In The News
Mosquito Chikungunya Virus Hits Haiti Hard…
…and the Mercy & Sharing family is there. The photo (above) is a bit odd for Mercy & Sharing. Not the bubbly children theme we like to update and share with you but this is very appropriate as it is protecting our children. It is a photo of mosquito nets purchased to protect the orphanage from a mosquito epidemic in Haiti right now. The epidemic is called CHIKUNGUNYA. The staff at […]
Feeding Programs Sponsored by The Vibrant Village Foundation and M&S
Following is an article about the plight of hunger in Haiti. Having been in the area for 20 years and starting our presence there with a feeding program, we understand the importance of helping the community around us as well as maintaining schools and our orphanage. With the help of The Vibrant Village Foundation we are combating hunger in the Paulette and Phaeton areas of Haiti by providing an average […]
Susie From Haiti
Hello to our North American Family! The children wanted me to send their hugs and say thank you! Merci! They are working hard at school and playing harder at recess!
Haiti’s Fate Is Decided In Washington
How International Organizations Are Carrying The Poorest Nation In The Americas International Business Times – By Patricia Rey Mallén – March 24 2014. Four years after a devastating earthquake that wrecked the country in early 2010 and killed up to as many as 160,000 people, Haiti still bears scars. With a failing government and a damaged economy, the impoverished Caribbean nation has increasingly depended upon its wealthy and powerful neighbor […]