In 2004, our director Wilky Clark was adopted from Haiti as a young teenager. Throughout his early years in Haiti, Wilky was victim to extreme poverty, often going days without food and having no place to call home. Shortly after coming to America, Wilky felt that God was calling him to use the resources he now had to give back to his community in Gressier, Haiti.
As soon as he possibly could, Wilky got a job and began putting all of his hard-earned money towards building homes, digging wells, building chicken coops, planting gardens, and providing jobs in his home village.
What began with a young boy with a compassionate heart has now, thirteen years later, developed into a nonprofit organization that has partnered with people around the nation to create sustainabilty in Gressier.