As the saying goes, “It takes a village”. Well, for us, the inhabitants of that village are our various partners who are all dedicated to God’s kingdom and to helping Pastor Samuel’s vision for Haiti become a reality.
Harvest Craft empowers communities in developing countries through sustainable food production systems.
Harvest Craft is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that seeks to benefit underprivileged communities in developing countries by providing environmental education and communally-based permaculture techniques that will equip these people with an economic gain, while providing for their immediate physical needs through healthy organic produce.
In 2018, Harvest Craft launched The Haiti Center for Agroecology (HCA), a Research and Education Center near Jacmel, Haiti that seeks to engage in agricultural research, training, and education for the empowerment of local farmers and university students, both locally and abroad.
Learn more about Harvest Craft.
Providing God’s word to God’s children around the world.
Darrin Flamma, thirtyfive2’s founder explains how his organization came to be:
In the summer of 2013 I was asked by a few different people at my church if I was interested in going on a faith adventure to Haiti. The only country other than the U.S. I had ever been to was Mexico but I had always wanted to travel the world and see God’s beauty. I told them I would pray about it and let them know. I spent a day fasting and praying and seeking God’s guidance on whether this was something he wanted me to do and I was given Psalm 35:2. I didn’t know what this verse said but when I opened up my Bible and read it I knew I was going to Haiti! While there I was able to visit a church partner of ours and noticed how few of them actually had a Bible of their own to read – less than 10% in fact. I think most of us take for granted having a Bible (or 3 or 4) in our homes to read whenever we want and I felt a calling to help provide Bibles for the wanting Haitians. That desire has turned into an Outreach Ministry that will not only partner with Haiti but with other countries around the world to provide Bibles to those who so desperately want them. As I thought of a name for this ministry I couldn’t come up with anything better than the reason behind it, so thirtyfive2.org was born.
Learn more about thirtyfive2.