Respond to the Needs: Rescue and Shelter Children in Haiti

The Chanje Movement: I will change myself, I will change my community, I will change my world

Right now:

Some of our key partners were robbed this week (December 12, 2014) by a group of men who invaded Chanje Lakay Bellanton with force.  No one was physically harmed, though our partners were threatened.  This pastor and his wife (who rescued and now care for more than 20 children) lost everything of value, including the funds to buy daily food for the staff and kids.  They had also been planning to buy a parcel of land for church planting, and now that money is gone as well.  You can help restore those funds through your generosity.

We have three ways to participate: Encouragement, Prayer and Finances.  This page provides the method for donations - if you've arrived at this page without the rest of the story, please contact

The story up until now:

In January 2010, a devastating earthquake rocked Port au Prince, Haiti, causing the deaths of more than 250,000, the permanent displacement of more than one million, and total social, economic and political disruption. Moved by compassion, hundreds of charitable organizations, churches and ministries redoubled their efforts and began new initiatives to help meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people.

Our founders saw firsthand how their determination enabled them to make a difference in the lives of the people of Haiti, particularly the youth. Over the next three years, they became deeply involved with community reconstruction, leadership training, spiritual formation, micro-enterprise, helping orphans, and providing food and safe drinking water.

In partnership with several organizations, the vision for the Chanje Movement was born. Chanje is the Haitian Creole word for change and transformation. Our own involvement with Haiti has demonstrated how individuals with compassion for others can partner together and make an enormous and eternal difference in the world.

What began as a handful of related projects in the communities surrounding Port au Prince has grown into a network of local and international partners who together are seeing transformation in the communities and the lives of their inhabitants.

In the last year through the Chanje Movement in Haiti, thousands had continuous access to clean water and received emergency meals, 300 leaders received training, 125 youth received regular primary and secondary school education, three homes were built, twelve businesses were launched and multiple jobs created.

We are helping Haitians be the heroes, thanks to the generosity of donors and volunteers. We are eager to see the growth that continues to take place in 2015 and beyond.

We need your help!

Make a contribution right now to help us with $5,000 in immediate needs, $5,000 in 1st Quarter 2015 needs, and another $15,000 for the full year's budget for a total of $25,000.  Select from specific donation amounts listed below, or make a contribution or monthly commitment of your own choosing.

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The Chanje Movement is the humanitarian outreach of The Global Mission, a registered 501c3 nonprofit.  Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.  Contact us if you wish to donate stock, mutual funds, bonds or other securities.  Contributions can be mailed to PO Box 80222 Rancho Santa Margarita CA 92688.