Haiti Partnership
Friday, February 04, 2011
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The following teams have been scheduled:
2011 March 17-26
May 5-14
  October 13-22 November 4-14
2012 January 5-14 February 9-18
  February 16-25 March 8-17
  April 5-14  (FILLED) May 3-12
  June 7-16  
If you are interested in applying to be a Volunteer in Mission for one of these trips,
please go first to our Volunteer Information page,
and then to our Application Packets page to download an application.
PLEASE NOTE: Regardless of what you may read elsewhere,
all checks should be made payable to "Upper New York Conference" (and please spell out "New York").


Two members of the Haiti Partnership are currently serving on extended mission projects in Haiti
to help with post-earthquake relief.
Rev. Mike Willis, senior pastor of Vestal United Methodist Church, has signed a six-month contract
to serve as the Haiti Volunteer Management Coordinator based in Port au Prince.
CLICK HERE to read Mike's messages about his mission experience.  NEW UPDATE: October 9, 2010
Dr. Tom Holmes of Norwich, NY recently served on a medical mission in Port au Prince.
CLICK HERE to read Tom's messages about his experience.


We are now an Advance Special of both the Upper New York and Susquehanna Conferences of the United Methodist Church! 
You may make a monetary donation to either conference.
Upper New York Conference
Susquehanna Conference
Check payable to: Upper New York Conference
Check payable to: Susquehanna Conference
In memo line: Advance Special #3148
In memo line: Advance Special #63502
Mail to:
Sherri L. Mackey, Treasurer
Upper New York Conference of the United Methodist Church
8422 North Main St.
P.O. Box 1515
Cicero, NY  13039
Mail to:
Finance Office
Susquehanna Conference, UMC
303 Mulberry Drive
P.O. Box 2053
Mechanicsburg, PA  17055-2053

REMEMBER: 100% of all monetary donations goes directly to help the people of Haiti.  The Ministry Shares paid by our local United Methodist Churches cover all administrative and overhead expenses!

The earthquake eahas created a great need for personal hygiene kits.  For more information, click here.
PLEASE NOTE: you no longer need to include toothpaste in the Hygiene Kits.

Welcome to the Haiti Partnership!

Since 1995, the Haiti Partnership of the Wyoming Annual Conference has been sending volunteer mission teams to Haiti to build schools and churches, to provide humanitarian aid, and to do God's work along side the Haitian people. So much has been accomplished and so many lives have been changed. But there's still so much left to do.
Men and women age 17 and older are invited to join the Haiti Partnership as a mission team member. This year, we are sending six teams and over 65 Volunteers in Mission, many of whom are traveling to Haiti for the first time. Each volunteer raised $1,100 for their expenses, and the Great Fifty Days Offering taken by local churches helped to pay for project costs and other ministries.
For more information about becoming a Volunteer in Mission (VIM) volunteer, click on the links at left, or email Roger Richards at [email protected].
Local churches are invited to participate in the Haiti Partnership by providing financial assistance or by making school bags. Check out the links for more information.

Is God calling you to serve the people of Haiti?


March 17-26, 2011

May 5-14, 2011

October 13-22, 2011  

November 9-18, 2011

January 5-14, 2012

February 9-18, 2012

February 16-25, 2012

March 8-17, 2012

April 5-14, 2012 (FILLED)

May 3-12, 2012

June 7-16, 2012

If you are interested in serving on a team in the future,
click on the links under "Becoming a Volunteer" on the left side of this page.



Haiti has long been known as the poorest county in the Western Hemisphere. They have a very sad history of exploitation by outsiders and by fellow Haitians. But being so close to the United States, Haiti has also been a very popular site for Christians who want to be Volunteers in Mission (VIM). In any given year, as many as 100 United Methodist teams from across the country travel to Haiti.

Those who have traveled on any of these trips have been inspired by the Haitian people who work out of hope and faith rather than out of despair in the midst of their severe poverty.

Great things have been accomplished in recent years in our current project. Many lives have been touched. There are more than 140 students active in a school where there was just a field of scrub brush in 2004. Our mission is alive and growing! We pray that God will continue to use us as vessels for extending God's love to those in great need.

You are encouraged to pray for the people of Haiti and our mission with them.
Looking for the West Tennessee Haiti Partnership?        Click here:  www.haiti-partnership.org