• Hope for Today

    Physical Development

    2/3 of children in Haiti are malnourished. KORE addresses this immediate need with the $6.25 Feeding Program.

    KORE addresses the immediate needs of malnourished children by adding chicken to their diets. The poultry is purchased from KORE small holder farmers. This focused approach helps sustain poultry production while meeting the need of malnutrition.

    Feed a Child

  • Hope for Tomorrow

    Economic Development

    Haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere. Identifying and implementing sustainable solutions is crucial. KORE does this through providing loans for small holder farmer and working beside them to grow their own business.

    KORE provides a small business loan to a family or individual to start a chicken coop business. On average, this increases their annual income 4-6 times in the first year.  As the loans are repaid, the money is reinvested giving another Haitian living in extreme poverty the opportunity to start a business. Dollars invested in this kind of economic development never stop working.

    Help a Farmer

  • Hope for Eternity

    Spiritual Development

    KORE is relentlessly pursuing new opportunities to share eternal hope with the people of Haiti. 

    Our campus pastor directs discipleship training for small holder families and responds to opportunities to present the Gospel message through their community relationships. In cooperation with partner organizations and the 6.25 Feeding Program recipients, KORE has designed outreach opportunities to share the Gospel in communities where we minister.

    Share Hope

  • Hope for Today

    KORE addresses the immediate needs of malnourished children by adding chicken to their diets. The poultry is purchased from KORE small holder farmers. This focused approach helps sustain poultry production while meeting the need of malnutrition.

    Feed a Child

  • Hope for Tomorrow

    KORE provides a small business loan to a family or individual to start a chicken coop business. On average, this increases their annual income 4-6 times in the first year.  As the loans are repaid, the money is reinvested giving another Haitian living in extreme poverty the opportunity to start a business. Dollars invested in this kind of economic development never stop working.

    Help a Farmer

  • Hope for Eternity

    Our campus pastor directs discipleship training for small holder families and responds to opportunities to present the Gospel message through their community relationships. In cooperation with partner organizations and the 6.25 Feeding Program recipients, KORE has designed outreach opportunities to share the Gospel in communities where we minister.

    Share Hope

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