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Give A Summer They Will NEVER Forget

 

We're Touching Lives

in the USA, Haiti, Dominican Republic
and other parts of the world

 

We're Touching Lives

in Our Orphanage

 

We're Touching Lives

in Our School for the Deaf

 

Lives are Being Touched

with Every Sponsorship

 

Lives are Being Touched

at Our Summer Camps

 

We're Touching Lives

in English / Bible Classes

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Our Ministries in Haiti and the Dominican Republic

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Mission School for the Deaf

We are making a “real difference” in the lives of children, from Haiti & the Dominican Republic, that use to have no way, or hope, of escaping from a lonely & insolated world that they were forced to live in just because they were deaf.

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Touching Lives Worldwide Summer Camp 2016

Annual Summer Camp

In 2017 we had over 167 impoverished children from Haiti and the Dominican Republic attend our summer camp this year. A volunteer team of 27 Americans and 24 Dominicans shared God’s special love & affection with each of them.

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New Hope Children’s Refuge

Haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere. It has thousands of homeless children living on the streets each day fending for themselves. Poverty is a prison without walls. But, we have helped to free some of them.

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English / Bible Classes

We teach English to over 180 children and adults annually. By using the Bible as a basis for learning the language we are able to share the gospel. Instead of just learning a new language, we give them hope through knowing our Lord.

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Send A Child To Camp

Give A Summer They Will NEVER Forget

SUMMER CAMP WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!

Praise the Lord!

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Lyle Shipe CEO/Founder

We had over 167 impoverished children from Haiti and the Dominican Republic attend our summer camp this year. This included some deaf children from both countries.

It was a big task considering we had to accommodate four languages (English, Spanish, Haitian Creole and Sign Language), three cultures (American, Dominican, Haitian) along with all the normal logistics of any camp.

The children enjoyed the days that they were fed 3 times each day, with snacks and drinks in-between.

The camp was an overwhelming time with love and affection from our American team of 27 adults, and our Dominican team of 24 adults.

Enjoy this video and see more of the camp highlights here.

~Lyle

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