Haiti Teen Challenge

Minneapolis, MN

Founded: 2009

Tel: (651) 592-8774

Website: http://www.haititc.org

Top LeaderDr. Julio Volcy

Donor Contact: Mrs. Vicki Jefferis

Member Since: August 31, 2019

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $847,952
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $1,270
   Total Revenue $849,222
   Total Expenses $1,307,830
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $377,903
Total Liabilities $7,448
Net Assets $370,455
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Haiti Teen Challenge is a Christian development organization that is transforming the nation of Haiti through the biblical, thriving church. Our mission and vision are based on Isaiah 61:1-9, we believe that only Haitians, with God's help, can heal their land. HTC is: 1. Haitian led and owned 2. Transforming this forgotten generation of young men and women into leaders of integrity for Haiti through the power of the Holy Spirit and our residential and development program. 3. A catalyst for sustainable change by partnering with the local church, networking with influencers and building kingdom based economic engines.

Haiti Teen Challenge is asset based community development ministry, because we are convinced that Haitians must lead any significant change in their nation. It is not about how we are going to "fix" Haiti, but how we are going to walk with our Haitian brothers and sisters, establishing trust, supporting their leadership, and helping them to recognize their resources, build leadership capacity and develop strategy to achieve deep and lasting change.
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