one in ten children

are severely malnourished in Haiti and one in five are underweight. Recent reports estimate more than 500 people are dying daily due to starvation. We are fighting to stand in the gap and help children overcome these staggering statistics.

39,000+ CHILDREN 

are estimated to be living in orphanages in Haiti. More than 80% of these children have living parents, they’re abandoned due to the extreme poverty. We are fighting to provide families the opportunity to care for their children and stay together.


With an extremely high unemployment rate, families are very vulnerable as they search for sustainable ways to earn an income. We are fighting to create ongoing, sustainable opportunities for each family that we serve through our outreach programs.

less than 5% graduate

from high school, so we are fighting to provide school sponsorship for each children that graduates from our malnutrition treatment program, ensuring they we will always have access to an education and can achieve their greatest dreams.


families engaged through our programs


sachets of medika mamba consumed


children treated and healed from malnourishment


meals served to nourish children and caretakers

Join us for a night of storytelling & fundraising for Middle Ground!

Friday, November 3
at 6:00 PM
Covenant Church
Alexandria, MN 


It’s that time of year again to rally the troops and support all of the children who have graduated from our programs in their education. We believe access to education is a right every child deserves, so we want to continue supporting as many children as possible in the 2023 school year. Last year, because of sponsors like you, we were able to help send 86 children to school. This year, we are hoping to send 111!

A one-time donation of $375 covers the needs for each child’s sponsorship. Join us in praying for these students as they set out to be the future leaders in their communities + country and for generous hearts to support this important program.

Help us make a difference in the lives of malnourished kids in Haiti!