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Haiti Outreach, Inc.

The vision of Haiti Outreach is: "For Haiti to Become a Developed Country". Our mission is: "To collaborate with the people of Haiti to build and maintain community-initiated projects that advance their development."

Mission Statement
Review Completed: 11/12/2011
15119 Minnetonka Blvd
Minnetonka, MN 55345
Phone: 612-929-1122
Fax: 612-216-3777
EIN 39-1671687
Principal Staff Jeff Brown, President
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) 38
Number of Volunteers 180
Number of Clients Served 10,000
Affiliations Rotary Partnership for Haiti Collaboration Avec Haiti
General Information
Board Chair Margaret Keenan
Number of Board Members 11
Board meetings with quorum 11
Average Member Attendance at Board Meetings 9.18
Publicly Available Documents Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
Board
Accomplishments
We signed a contract with Water.org and began a 2 year - 60 well rehabilitation, drilling and community development initiative. We signed a contract with DINEPA and began a similar 30 well initiative on La Gonave. We drilled 37 new wells and rehabilitated 23 more. We built the public secondary school in La Viktwa that opened in October, 2010. We began working on the Pignon town water system. We held 2 in-house special leadership and communications training for our entire staff and reorganized. We raised and spent $150,000 for relief work, mostly involving water, in the earthquake zone.
Current Goals
Maintain schedule and continue into year 2 on Water.org well drilling and rehabilitation project. Complete DINEPA well drilling and rehabilitation project on La Gonave. Complete contract negotiations with Cap Haitian Rotary and begin 7 community well project with them. Complete negotiations with Landmark Education to facilitate Landmark in bringing the Landmark Forum to our staff and partners in Haiti in 2012. Continue reorganization and hire president over entire organization in U.S. and Haiti. Have GAAP-based audit of financials in Haiti. Complete negotiations for contract with SECOSA for town water system in San Raphael and begin work. Complete Phase I Pignon water system. Raise funds sufficient to build public high school in Rankit is 2012.
Community or Constituency Served
In theory, the entire country of Haiti. In reality, we serve as many communities in Haiti for which we have the resources and who are a demand for our community development work.
Geographic Area Served
The country of Haiti, especially the rural areas and smaller towns.
Impact and Programs

3 Year Average Expenses

Program Services: $856,129 88%
Management: $56,219 5.8%
Fundraising: $60,172 6.2%

Unrestricted Net Assets

2010 2009 2008
End of Year: $204,275 $165,029 $179,894
Beginning of Year $165,029 $179,894 $128,726
Difference $39,246 ($14,865) $51,168
Unrestricted Net Assets (End of Year), Current 990 $204,275
Based on information provided on 2008 to 2010
Financials
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