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why join an expedition?

LIFELONG friendships and MEMORIES

CONNECT with the youth in Haiti.

Become part of the

SOLUTION

Have a MEANINGFUL

experience

SERVE with a

PURPOSE

EMPOWER the youth in Haiti

This is not your typical humanitarian trip! By joining our expedition team you will have the opportunity to participate in projects identified and led by the youth themselves. You'll also be helping to provide leadership opportunities as you participate in workshops where they lead out to teach you about their culture, history, language, and other fun activities they have planned.

Register today

Don't miss this amazing opportunity!

  • October Expedition
    Thu, Oct 11
    Haiti
    Oct 11, 2018, 8:00 AM – Oct 17, 2018, 9:00 PM
    Haiti, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    Spend an amazing week jam packed with amazingness in Haiti.
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testimonials

why join an expedition?

EXPEDITIONS ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19

LIFELONG friendships and MEMORIES

Have a MEANINGFUL

experience

CONNECT with the youth in Haiti.

SERVE with a

PURPOSE

Become part of the

SOLUTION

EMPOWER the youth in Haiti

This is not your typical humanitarian trip! By joining our expedition team you will have the opportunity to participate in projects identified and led by the youth themselves. You'll also be helping to provide leadership opportunities as you participate in workshops where they lead out to teach you about their culture, history, language, and other fun activities they have planned.

Register today

Don't miss this amazing opportunity!

Expedition Team leaders

Liz is the Founder and heart & soul of Empowering the One.  While living in an orphanage with her family in 2016, she saw first hand the challenges facing these kids and envisioned a program that would prepare them for life on their own.  She is excited to share her love of Haiti, the beauty and potential of these kids, and what empowering one child can do to change a life; including yours and mine.

Liz Stone, Executive Director

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Moroni Charles, Program Director

Meet Moroni >

Moroni Charles lives in Port-au-Prince with his wife and three daughters. He is no stranger to the challenges of growing up in humble circumstances, and learned the value of mentorship through important guides that helped him in his own life. He now focuses on serving and teaching others so they, too, learn to grow through adversity.

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The teenage kids told us some of the dreams they had. To become teachers and policemen. It was cool to see kids dream about making a better world for them and to want to do good for the community that they live in. It was fun to interact with the kids and try to learn their language. We had a day that we went to different learning stations, the kids taught us how to make bracelets and to say phrases in greeting people on the street.

Age 14

London