The Haiti Project of Riviere Mancelle

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"The school lunch program is in trouble. Several of the churches that have supported the lunch program in the past have had pastors transferred to a new parish or have retired." Read the Project Update.




"Bottom line, the children do not get to eat every day. It is difficult to watch the children go hungry."



"The parents earn less than $1.00 US a day; they have no way to feed their children."



"It is so very hard to consider Haiti a developing nation when so many of the people are not able to even write their own names. We are working to improve the education the children are receiving."



"If we are to realize the dream of a future where the Haitian people are no longer dependent on aid, but truly free and providing for their own needs, these children are the ones who will make the difference, and to do this they must have an education."



"Amongst the daily struggles and discouragements there are little glimpses of light. Sometimes something larger emerges, the fulfillment of dreams realized. The hope and excitement was contagious."


Mission Statement
Founded in 1881 by Father Francis Jordan, the Society of the Divine Savior is a Roman Catholic religious community, praying and working to share the love and mercy of our Savior, Jesus Christ, through all possible means.


Salvatorians answer this calling through
many diverse ministries, including-
-Feeding the Poor
-Hospital, nursing home and prison ministries
-Campus Ministries
-Pastors in parish ministry
-Ministering to the marginalized
-Supporting communities under duress
-Camp counselors
-Anti-human trafficking
-Shipping medical, food and supplies to missions
-Foreign missionaries
-Support to at-risk youth
-Teachers and administrators