On the Plateau, daily life revolves around finding water. The well project is a major endeavor underway to alleviate the suffering on the Plateau caused by long, severe drought and an absence of water sources. After a detailed hydro-geological study, we have chosen the best potential sites at which to drill. We have purchased the land, and we are currently raising the funds needed to drill the wells.

Download a PDF brochure about the project:

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Click here to make a secure, online donation to the well project:

(Detailed instructions are below.)

For tax deductible donations by Credit Card or Paypal:

(Please read carefully and follow the two easy steps below)
  • Step 1: Click the “Donate” button above to be re-directed to the Extreme Response Donate page. Click on one of the flags to indicate whether you are donating from the United States or Canada.
  • Step 2: Follow the instructions for your desired method of payment. Be sure to designate your donation to the “Lemuel Well Project.” This will ensure that your donation gets properly allocated.

 

For tax-deductable donations by mail:

Please make checks payable to Extreme Response and include a separate note specifying that the donation is for the Lemuel Well Project. Mail to:

U.S. Office: Extreme Response
P.O. Box 345
Snellville, GA. 30078-0345

Canada Office: Extreme Response
P.O. Box 1013
Simcoe ON N3Y 5B3

OR click here to donate through our GoFundMe campaign:

Why Extreme Response International?

Lemuel Ministries is a Haitian Organization, registered in Haiti. We are not registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the United States. For receipting purposes, Lemuel Ministries has partnered with Extreme Response as our fiscal agent in order that all donations given to Lemuel Ministries through Extreme Response will be tax-deductible for the donor.

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What’s the latest?

Click on the images below to read about the progress of the well project.

  The pump for the well and the generator to run it have finally arrived…

  In this photo, people are getting water from the newly dug well on the…

  After spending the weekend with their families in Port-au-Prince, the well drilling team returned…

    It didn’t take long on Day 4 to get the call:  We’ve hit…

  On Day 3, still at Site 1 (TW1-a), the drilling team began putting the…

    Day 2 began with blowing out the drilled, 360-ish-foot hole to clear it…

  Although originally slated for Monday afternoon, Day 1 actually turned out to be Tuesday….