An earthquake devastates an impoverished nation and millions of dollars of aid pour in as the world responds to crisis. A hungry orphan is given a free meal by a generous organization. But what happens when these donations are exhausted? What happens when that child wakes up hungry again the next day? Could there be a way to eradicate world poverty and hunger? KORE Foundation believes there is.
We create sustainable solutions to extreme poverty in Haiti, focusing on the steps “beyond relief” for the greatest impact. With a holistic approach, we are addressing the spiritual, physical and economic needs of the extreme poor.
Haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere. The problems of poverty and food scarcity are well documented. Identifying and implementing sustainable solutions to these problems is crucial. Our purpose is to provide opportunities for Haitian people to overcome poverty and become self-sustaining.
While there is a time for relief – an immediate response to emergency situations, such as a family on the brink of starvation – sustainable development focuses on providing resources that are not depleted over time. KORE implements programs that empower people rather than create dependency, equipping communities to change their own futures. We focus on addressing immediate needs AND empowering future generations with the ultimate goal of breaking the cycle of extreme poverty.
Unlike relief dollars that are given, spent and must be replenished, dollars invested in economic development, or “business as ministry”, never stop working.
Partner With Us
KORE Foundation has incredible partners committed to this sustainable Christian response to poverty. KORE seeks to partner with mission organizations, churches and individuals interested in this sustainable solution to extreme poverty. To get involved contact us at [email protected].
This month 20 new farmers in Caberet and Fond Parisian have started their new chicken coop business! Thank you to partners Haiti Christian Mission, Len Clevenger, The Missions Network & Reggie Hundley!
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#GivingTuesday is a national day of giving to help start the Christmas season. Leading up to December 3rd, KORE's #GivingTuesday campaign will provide a platform for you to help us cultivate sustainability in impoverished Haitian communities and help make this season the biggest giving season yet!
We invite you to be part of this celebration and show how the world can do much more with our wallets than just consume. We have a big goal! We want to add 1,000 kids to our protein intervention feeding program. For $6.25 a month, a child will receive animal protein in addition to their typical beans and rice diet. $75 will feed a child for an entire year! Consider letting this be your Christmas gift to your friends and families! We will send them a Christmas card with a photo of a child participating in our 6.25 Campaign. Click Give Online for more info.
We are so excited to welcome Campus Pastor Raymond Pierre-Louis and his wife Gina to the team! Pastor Raymond will be ministering to the small holder farmers and their families as well as guests at Christianville.
We are pleased to announce that KORE Foundation has been recognized as one of 2012's top rated nonprofits by Great Nonprofits thanks to the reviews by our donors and partners! Thank you!Read More
Two students from Zamorano University are arriving in Haiti this week. Excited to see our new partnership in action!Read More
KORE's Medical team is heading to Haiti in the morning! The team will be working with children at several orphanages. Grateful for their willingness to serve!Read More