$25 feeds one child for one month at our chiropractic orphanage. $80 will feed, clothe and house one child for one month. $20 will educated one child for one month.
Please contribute by pressing the "Donate" icon on this page. Please review the description of our orphanage at the bottom of page.
Meet the Children
DONATE $20 TO BE A GODPARENT
Sponser: Peter Morgan, DC
Donates: $100 per month
Chisberline Jean Louis
Sponsor Not Needed
Sponsor Not Needed
Roseline Jean Louis
Sponsor Not Needed
DONATE $80 TO BE A SPONSOR
HOUSE CONTRIBUTORS PAY FOR FOOD FOR THE ORPHANAGE. THE HOUSE CONTRIBUTORS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
LONA COOK $200 A MONTH
TIFFANY ALTILIO $200 A MONTH
PETER MORGAN $200 A MONTH
SHELBY HENRIKSEN $250 A MONTH
PETE BRETTINGEN $50 A MONTH
KITCHEN BUILDING COMPLETED:
PETER MORGAN AND CHIROMISSIONS $35,000
MAJOR GAZBO COMPLETED:
JOE MCAFFLIFE $2,500
HENRI ROSENBLUM $2,500
PETER MORGAN $2,500
CHILDREN HOUSING COMPLETED:
$40,000 DONATED BY WELLNESS FOUNDATION
CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH CENTER AND STUDENT HOUSING UNDER CONSTRUCTION:
LIFE UNIVERSITY $20,000
NEW BEGINNINGS $6,000
DAN SULLIVAN $4,000
PETER MORGAN: $4,000
DANIELLE DROBBIN $1,700
DONNA & GARY STEWART $4,800
CHIROPRATIC HEALTH CENTER BUILDING NEEDS
$20,000 FOR COMPLETION.
LOOKING FOR DONATORS
ROBERT SCOTT, DC and LIFE UNIVERSITY DONATE $175 A MONTH FOR HEALTH INSURANCE FOR ALL THE CHILDREN AND EMPLOYEES OF THE ORPHANAGE
MISSION LIFE INTERNATIONAL BIRTHING CENTER
PATTI GIULIANO: $50.00
KERITH POWELL: $100
BRIAN BEARD: $100
GILLES LAMARCHE: $100
INSIDE OUT CHIROPRACTIC: $100
NATALIE NEDANOVSKI: $100
LAUREN GEORGES: $100
J BRUCK CRESTSINGER: $100
BRIGHT LIGHT CHIROPRACTIC: $100
MARBLE CITY FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC: $100
TOM UITSLAG: $100
LEAGUE OF CHIROPRACTIC WOMEN: $100
PETE BRETTINGTON: $100
THOMAS DOW: $500
CAFE OF LIFE CENTER FOR WELLBEING: $100
PETER MORGAN: $200
PHILOSOPHY NUTRITION INC: $100
ANNE CANTY: $20.00
Mission Life Family Orphanage was founded on March 3, 2010.
Over 300,000 people lost their lives. There are 1,500,000 homeless living in the tent cities with out food and water. Thousands of children have lost their parents due to the January 12, 2010 Earth Quake. Many people have come to live in our Haitian Mission-Chiropractic Clinic. We have decided to open the first Chiropractic Orphanage.
Our licensed name is: Organisation Des Families Pour La Croissance Des Enfants Demunis. Mission Pour La Vie Internacionale.
This translates to
Mission Life International. Family Organization for the Orphaned.
Here is a description of our orphanage.
Children who have been abandoned or orphaned come to our Mission Life Home where they are integrated into a loving family environment. They are nurtured and supported by Alex. Alex is the home's dad Presently there are 20 other children in the Mission Life home who become their brothers and sisters. Alex's's own brothers and sisters live in the home along with their two cousins. Strong bonds develop within the Mission Life family, and even after the children are grown and leave Mission Life, these family relationships endure.
While growing up, the children have the benefit of a stable, loving family environment that includes the necessities of life such as clothing, meals, chiropractic health care and a high-quality education. Children remain in the Mission Life home within until they are prepared to create lives for themselves as independent adults.
The Mission Life home does not operate independently of their environment. The Mission Life Home is a role model for the community in terms of quality care-giving, education, and chiropractic health care and aims to be fully integrated into the larger community - not isolated from it.
The Mission of the Mission Life Home is as follows:
To build families for children in need
To help children shape their own futures
To share in the development of communities
To embrace vitalistic philosophy
We build families for children in need:
We work for children who are orphaned, abandoned or whose families are unable to care for them. We give these children the opportunity to build lasting relationships within the Mission Life family.
Our family approach in the Mission Life Home is based on four principles:
1) Each child needs a father and mother,
2) Each child grows up most naturally with brothers and sisters,
3) Each child grows up in their own house, and
4) Each child grows up within a supportive home environment.
5) Each child has a strong vitalistic education taught by chiropractors.
We help children shape their own futures
We enable children to live according to their own culture and religion, and to be active members of the community. We also want them to know how to speak other languages so that they can embrace other cultures.
We help children to recognize and express their individual abilities, interests and talents.
We ensure that children receive the education and skills training they need to be successful and contributing members of society.
We share in the development of communities
We share in community life and respond to the social development needs of society's most vulnerable children and young people.
We establish facilities and programs that aim to strengthen families and prevent the abandonment of children.
We join hands with community members to provide education and chiropractic health care, and teach vitalistic principles.
Mission Life International is an independent social development organization with 501(c)3 tax exempt status. All funds donated to Mission Life International are tax deductible for US citizens.
We offer children a place to call home and space to heal. By keeping brothers and sisters together, with a full time professional foster parent in an individual home, we rebuild a loving family life.
Mission Life homes are a positive environment designed to help children reach their full potential. But the real strength of the home lies in the collective power of foster parents, staff, and the surrounding community to help children find new hope and trust. With a stable home, caring siblings, and a loving foster parent, the children can have happy childhoods and grow into caring, responsible, self-supporting adults.
Our calling is to provide a safe, healthy, clean and loving environment for orphaned children until they are adopted by sincere and dedicated parents, our ultimate goal being to arrange for their adoption as quickly as possible. It is our determination that 100% of all donations shall go into construction and related costs of building and supporting this new orphanage. Volunteer labor often has been offered and shall be utilized to the fullest extent possible. We welcome contributions from all sources, large or small. We consider all donations as "sacred" money, of which we are but stewards.