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A Good Day at GO Project

Feb 28, 2014  |  Trace T.  |  GO Haiti, GO Project  |  No Comments

Our financial controller, Debbie McMullin, likes to say that, “Any day we wire funds to the field is a good day at GO.”  We had such a day this week, as $167,000 was sent to GO Haiti.  The number isn’t nearly as important as what it represents.  Here a few highlights: 1,050 children… Read More


Wall and gate at Darivager

What is in a wall?

Jan 6, 2014  |  Trace T.  |  GO Haiti, GO Project, Villages  |  No Comments

In 2012, we wrote about loving hedges and walls. Last month, we once again asked you to help meet the basic, on-going needs of orphaned and abandoned children through our Different December tradition. Today, we see another example of how important your willingness to meet these basic health… Read More


Pastor Claude and friends

Big Day. Bigger Heart.

Nov 27, 2013  |  Trace T.  |  GO Project  |  2 Comments

Last week, GO Project and the Church at Coffee Creek had the privilege of hosting Claude Mondesir, one of our pastor partners from Haiti. His trip culminated in an amazing 24-hour period starting Saturday at Sporting KC’s Major League Soccer Eastern Conference Championship game. Claude’s… Read More


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On the way to Leogane...

Nov 8, 2013  |  Trace T.  |  GO Project, Trips  |  One Comment

Over five days, GO vision trip teams spend several hours on the bus, but the time is far from wasted. On the way to Leogane today.... A 16-year-old girl shared her realization that "almost every problem in her life was a result of her own selfishness." We visited The GO Exchange… Read More


GO Adventures Tour d'Haiti North

Super Mario

Nov 6, 2013  |  IV W.  |  GO Adventures  |  No Comments

One of my favorite GO Adventures images is from an early scouting trip we took to Haiti in November 2012. In it, my friend, Tony, is sitting on the running board of our M35 support vehicle—a relentless three-axle, two-and-a-half-ton beast of a machine. Tony had just ridden his mountain bike… Read More


GO Adventures Run d'Haiti

Seven Reasons to Run

Oct 25, 2013  |  IV W.  |  GO Adventures  |  One Comment

Everyone who joins us for the Run d'Haiti (January 9-13) will have their own reasons for going. Yours might be to say you've run a 10K in Haiti. Or it might be to go on your first vision trip with the Global Orphan Project. Whatever your reason is, our hope is the Run d'Haiti will be a… Read More


GO Adventures Mole St. Nicolas, Haiti

The Far Side of the Desert

Aug 20, 2013  |  IV W.  |  GO Adventures  |  No Comments

There are only two dirt roads that will lead you to the northwest tip of Haiti. The first road takes you west along the northern coast, over a couple of river crossings and through a near lunar landscape. The second will take you along the southern side of the northwest coast from Gonaives and… Read More


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The GO Mosaic Project: Shaping Broken Pieces

Aug 16, 2013  |  IV W.  |  GO Adventures  |  One Comment

Before beginning her graduate studies at Yale University this fall, artist Megan Mitchell led a team of eight women to Haiti earlier this month to create a beautiful, wall-sized tile mosaic for a children's community in Croix des Bouquets. The mosaic theme would be based on the passage from John… Read More


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The Rain on Marozeau

Jun 20, 2013  |  IV W.  |  GO Adventures  |  No Comments

Last Tuesday, ten of us rode donkeys for two and a half hours up a narrow, rocky trail to a network of ten mountain villages called Marozeau (“mah-roh-zoh”). The only way to get there is by either the donkey ride or helicopter. It’s that remote. Marozeau sits at 3,300 feet above the city… Read More


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Abijean’s Miracle

Nov 21, 2012  |  Sonya W.  |  GO Project  |  No Comments

This blog was written by the Haiti Orphan Project (HOPE). HOPE exists to provide loving care for orphans in Haiti, in a Christian gospel context. HOPE partners with The Global Orphan Project and local church partners to help care for orphaned and abandoned children. “Clinic closed. Pack it… Read More

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