Currently, we are requesting that all donations be made by CHECK payable to Mariners Church. Please include Haiti on the message line. Please add School, Kids, or Disaster Relief to make a designated donation to one of these initiatives.
Thank you! We hope to have online giving available again soon.
School Campaign – Long Term Sustainability
Every penny of a donation made to the “Haiti Education Fund” will be applied directly to the construction and operation (year one) of the school Pastor Samuel is building in Torbeck, Haiti. This school will not only be self-sustaining, but it will generate enough net revenue to sustain the Glory Glory Center, the Communauté de Gloire, and a wide variety of other community development initiatives as well.
Donations to the “Haiti Education Fund” are made through Mariners Church and are 100% tax deductible.
Sam’s Kids – Short Term Support
Since its inception in 2012, the Glory Glory Center has relied 100% on donations from Mariners Church. With each passing year, donations have declined. Today, we receive only 33% of what’s needed to cover the center’s operating cost. That’s why we need your support.
However, we expect this support to only be necessary for another 3 years. Why only 3 years? Because Mariners Church has been working closely with Pastor Samuel and his team to build a premier private school which is expected to generate enough funds (when completed) to fully sustain itself, the children’s forever home, the Communauté de Gloire church, and a host of local outreach initiatives. Phase I of this school (Collège Lumière) is expected to open in Fall 2019 for grades K-4.
Donations to the “Haiti Child Support Fund” are made through Mariners Church and are 100% tax deductible.
Support those affected by the earthquake in southern Haiti
On Saturday morning, August 14, 2021, a massive 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti, devastating the cities of Les Cayes and Jérémie and the entire southern penninsula.
Affected by the quake were Pastor Samuel and his 50+ kids, the Glory Glory Center, Collège Lumière, the church at Rosier, and countless pastors and families making up Sam’s ministry network.
For current news on the situation, including Pastor Samuel’s disaster relief efforts within the community, funded in large part by your generosity, read the blog.
Donations to the “Disaster Relief Fund” are made through Mariners Church and are 100% tax deductible.