100% of all donations reach Haiti. Mercy & Sharing's Board of Directors contribute in excess of 100% of all U.S. admin costs.
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Mercy & Sharing employs hundreds of local Haitian men and women, and believes their orphans are the future of Haiti.
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
Bill Clinton Spins His Haiti Intervention
Amid a probe of Aristide, the former president offers a new version of events. By Mary Anastasia O’Grady Reprinted from the Wall Street Journal It’s tempting to try to forget about all the misery that Bill and Hillary Clinton and their Democrat friends have inflicted on Haiti. But like perpetrators who cannot resist the urge to return to the scene of the crime, the Clintons keep reminding us. At an Iowa “steak fry” […]
TWO MAJOR GOVERNMENT FAILURES: The Opening of Schools and the Closing of the 49th Legislature
by Thomas Péralte Reprinted from HAITI LIBERTE This past Mon., Sep. 8, 2014 marked two major events in Haiti: the first day of school and the last day of the regular session of the 49th Legislature. The former was the bigger calamity of the two. Since the arrival of President Michel Martelly and Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe in power in 2011, the opening of school has always been delayed until October. According to many educators, Martelly’s […]
4word Interview with Susie Krabacher
Everyone asks this question at some point in their young life: “What do I want to do when I grow up?” For Susie Krabacher, her answer was simple: help children with learning and physical disabilities. She traveled to Haiti in 1994 to help the impoverished children there, and soon her organization Mercy & Sharing was born. She speaks with 4word about the life-altering events she’s experienced during her 20 years […]
Chicago NPR Talks Cholera and Women’s Rights in Haiti
IJDH Staff Attorney Beatrice Lindstrom and KOFAVIV Associate Director Malya Villard-Appolon speak about cholera accountability and gender-based violence in an hour-long NPR show about Haiti. Joining them are Dr. Ludovic Comeau of GRAHN-World, and Dr. Evan Lyon of Partners in Health. Bringing perspectives from the legal, medical and economic development fields, they answered questions like: What might happen now that Ban Ki-moon said the UN bears a moral responsibility to […]