Success for Brett’s Well!  Fundraising Goal Surpassed!

Brett Schoppert is an 8th grade student at Breck School in Minneapolis, MN who committed in the Fall of 2014 to raising the $15,000 needed to Adopt-a-Well in Haiti. With extensive efforts by his family and friends, including a major open house fundraising event  hosted by Pablo Vielguth and Dan Aldridge on February 7th, 2015, Brett exceeded his goal! Donations are still coming in, but already he has raised over $18,000! Well done Brett!

Click Here to read all about his intentions. Click Here if you would like to make a tax deductible contribution to this on-going effort. Perhaps he can raise enough money for a a second community well in Haiti!

Soon, Haiti Outreach will select a community that has requested a community well and designate it as Brett’s Well. Then we will begin the average 3 month training process of a newly formed water management committee for the well’s maintenance and sustainability. The plan is to have this community well completed sometime this summer, when Brett and his family can attend the inauguration to see and feel the difference it will make in that community.

Congratulations to this amazing young man and his family! 

Brett Speaking

Here is Brett speaking to the audience at the Feb. 7th Fundraising Event, which was a huge success.


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Haiti Outreach Community Well at La Fontan

Haiti Outreach Community Managed Well











Would You, Your School, Church or Organization Be Interested in Saving Lives?  

Consider Adopting-a-Well in Haiti!

Haiti Outreach has a unique program that should interest many individuals, churches, and schools, along with Rotary Clubs and other civic groups and foundations: The Adopt-a-Well Program!

In this program, an individual or group sponsor would raise the $15,000 needed for a specific community managed well in rural Haiti. Each community has a name, population, and its own story about where and how far people have to go to get contaminated water that they bring home daily for their families to use, just to survive. You could select the community and raise the money;  we would provide the community training to maintain the well and drill it.  And you could even visit it or attend the well inauguration!

Click Here For More Details On How You Can Become A Community Well Sponsor!

Click Here To See A List Of Some Of The Communities Needing A Well Sponsor Today!

55 Community Wells Completed in 2014!

A New Record for Haiti Outreach! Thank you for a GREAT year!

We are pleased to announce a new all-time record of community managed wells created in one year by Haiti Outreach and the volunteer water management committees in 55 rural communities in Haiti!   These are ALL community managed wells in rural Haiti, where local volunteers are elected and formed into a community water management committee, and then trained to create a system that will sustain the well for as many as 20 years. Once trained, the well gets drilled and completed. This also includes sanitation education and 2 years of monthly inspections!


Would you like to give the Gift of Life – clean, sustainably managed water? Help us set a new record for community wells created in 2015.  Just click on the donation button on the right. Make a difference for years to come! Donate in honor of your loved ones, give us the address, and we will send them a special note about your donation in their honor.

Haiti Outreach – Developing Community Clean Water Systems


The community of Door Ten in the commune of St. Raphael held the inauguration for their well on July 30. The community has 152 people in 32 homes, 20 of which have latrines so far. These women are expressing happiness about their new clean water well.






“In just one day, 200 million work hours are logged by women and girls collecting water. The lost productivity is greater than the combined number of hours in a week by employees at Walmart, UPS, McDonald’s, IBM, Target and Kroger.”

Most of us take clean water for granted. It’s hard to imagine our lives without it. But five million Haitians—half the population—face this situation every day!

Celebrating its seventeenth anniversary this year, Haiti Outreach is committed to the vision of Haiti as developed country and devoted to helping rural Haitians have sustainable, community-managed water and sanitation facilities in their communities.

Haiti Outreach is not an ordinary charitable organization. What sets us apart is that we recognize that, for any development work to be sustainable, the solution must come from the people. Community participation and responsibility are integral and required throughout the entire life of any project. Haiti Outreach is dedicated to helping Haiti become a developed nation—building and maintaining community-initiated projects that advance their development.

Learn more about how you can help!