HAITI TRIP 2017 – NEW VILLAGE UNDER CONSTRUCTION WE WILL VISIT – GUIMBI, HAITI
Please know that the last 4 Haiti Impact Trips have SOLD OUT months in advance. If you want to take part in an experience that will forever change you, and the lives you benefit, don’t wait another minute to register.
As of today there are ONLY 35 spots remaining… Come alone, bring your spouse, parents and your kids, send your kids alone as a gift, or bring key employees.
Many popular and never-before implemented experiences have been included in the 2016 trip:
Scroll halfway down to see our exciting HOUR-BY-HOUR itinerary!
Prior Impact Experiences have been life changing…The 2017 adventure promises to be EVEN BETTER, where you will move from Rich to Enriched, and help transform an entire country from Survival to Thrival!
New Homes built by the Caring House Project Foundation
Five-time bestselling author (in 4 genres) Frank McKinney, a special Maverick celebrity guest in Aspen, Miami, and New Orleans is a Master of “Thinking Big,” as once again shown by the successful sale of his latest $23 million dollar oceanfront masterpiece, Acqua Liana. Frank “gives back big time” and encourages others to do so through his charity, The Caring House Project Foundation that he and his wife Nilsa founded in 1998.
By the end of 2017 CHPF will have built 24 self-sufficient villages in Haiti since 2003,
saving the lives of 10,800+ poor and homeless.
Talk About Impact!
See Where The Caring House Project Foundation Has Been Building in Haiti
Frank McKinney, Yanik Silver, and Maverick member Doug Doebler have spent the last 6 months organizing a trip like no other. The June 7 – June 10 adventure will cause 50 participants (only 35 spots left) to experience “Subliminal Euphoria.” The euphoria experienced when all five senses are exposed to the great poverty, then the great hope and change YOU will effect in the poorest country in the entire world!
Typically you would have to travel across the globe to have this level of experience. In this case Frank, Yanik, and Doug will travel with you to Haiti, just a 2 hour flight from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. There we will visit an orphanage run by our Haiti Partner, Scott Bonnell (Director), Hope to Haiti. From there we will travel with Scott Bonnell to the new Guimbi, Haiti Village, just outside of the bustling town of Gonaives.
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IN THE LAST 13 YEARS FRANK AND THE CARING HOUSE PROJECT FOUNDATION HAVE ACCOMPLISHED THE FOLLOWING:
Frank McKinney talked On Fox News TV About The Recent Sale Of Aqua Liana. His $23 Million Dollar Ocean Front Mansion Spec Home, His 5 International Best Selling Books, His 135 mile Badwater Ultramarathon thru the Desert with 13,000 feet of Cumulative Elevation Gain, and the Work His Caring House Project Foundation Does in Haiti.
Hosted by Frank McKinney & Yanik Silver
Benefitting Caring House Project
Private Dinner at Frank McKinney’s Oceanfront Home
5:00 pm – Limo will pick you up from Ft. Lauderdale Marriott Courtyard Airport Hotel Lobby for ride to Frank McKinney’s oceanfront home. (Complimentary shuttle to hotel available from Ft. Lauderdale Airport upon arrival for those guests staying at Ft Lauderdale Courtyard Marriott Airport Hotel 400 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach FL). For those living in Florida or otherwise driving in, please meet at the McKinney home at 6:00pm sharp (address below).
6:00 – 8:30pm – Frank & Nilsa McKinney Reception and Private Dinner at their oceanfront home (610 N. Ocean Blvd, Delray Beach FL 33483). Reception to include a group visit with Frank McKinney in infamous oceanfront Treehouse office! All staying in Ft. Lauderdale will head back to the Sheraton Airport Hotel for a good night’s rest.
We’ll visit Frank’s Famous Tree House Office
Learn How Frank Runs His Charity Like a Business
One on One Time With Frank McKinney
5:00 am – If you are staying at the Marriott Courtyard, meet in the hotel lobby and transport together to airport. Our shuttle will pick up guests at the Marriott Courtyard hotel lobby and transport to check in desk of Jet Blue, TERMINAL 3. If you are driving yourself meet the group at the Jet Blue ticket counter – TERMINAL 3. Note Jet Blue has ticket counters in multiple terminals.
5:15 am – ALL GUESTS MUST MEET AT JET BLUE CHECK IN DESK AT 5:15 AM, SHARP AND DON’T FORGET YOUR PASSPORT!! No checked baggage please.
7:20 am – Fort Lauderdale Airport to Port Au Prince, Haiti (Jet Blue Flight #1609)
8:18 am – Arrive in Port Au Prince – clear customs and immigration.
9:00 am – 10:00 am – Drive to Kay Espwa II Orphanage/School–Port Au Prince (snacks on bus)
10:00 – 12:00 pm – Visit Kay Espwa II Orphanage/School kids – Port Au Prince, Haiti. We will feed the orphans and have lunch ourselves. You will distribute one of your two provided backpacks full of toys and school supplies to a child. We will play many fun and innovative games with the kids too! (Just watch Frank & Yanik!)
12:00 – 4:00 pm – Drive from orphanage to Guimbi, Haiti, Caring House Project’s 24th self-sufficient village in the last 14 years.
4:00 – 6:00 pm – You’ll participate in the dedication of new Guimbi Village complete with 27 beautiful pastel-colored concrete homes, a large solar-powered community center and school with meeting rooms, 16 concrete latrines, 27 goats & 54 chickens. Each house will also receive a solar light delivered by you! You have the option of staying overnight in the village and actually sleeping in one of the houses YOU built with the family YOU built it for. You can also choose to stay in the Community Center if the houses become too cramped. If you’re staying in the village, dinner and bottled water will be provided to you – nothing fancy! Please Note: Unless there’s an emergency, if you’re staying overnight in the village, you will not be able to return to the host hotel until the next morning.
6:00 – 7:30 pm – For those not staying overnight in the new Guimbi Village, we’ll drive back and check into the to the Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort, Montrouis Haiti.
7:30 – 8:30 pm – Check into the Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort, Montrouis Haiti.
8:30 – 10:00 pm – Sumptuous authentic Haitian dinner buffet at Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort
10:00 pm – ?? Group reflection under the stars of our 1st day in Haiti. We’ll meet at the Hotel’s Bar. Optional. You may choose to just pass out instead!
Downtown Port Au Prince was left in rubble after the Earthquake
Presidential Palace in Port Au Prince Haiti after the Earthquake
Haiti National Cathedral destroyed by the 2010 Earthquake
Cookies made of dirt, spices, and lemon juice fed to the starving children
This tent camp surrounds the capitol and is run by
US Actor, Sean Penn and his charity
Refugee camps house hundreds of thousands after the Earthquake
Typical rural school we will visit
School kids waiting for lunch at their school
Typical village slum homes
Typical Caring House Homes near Port Au Prince
Caring House Home under construction
Completed Caring House Project Home in Haiti
Friday, June 9 – Your 2nd Day in Haiti
5:00 – 6:30 am – Those who slept in the village will be woken by the sound of crowing roosters then will return to Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort to shower and get ready for breakfast.
6:30 – 10:00 am – Leisurely breakfast at Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort
10:00 – 11:00 am – Depart the hotel and drive to Hope to Haiti’s newest orphanage; Kay Espwa IV outside of St. Marc.
11:00 am – 12:00 pm Visit with the orphans at Kay Espwa IV. Here you will distribute your 2nd backpack to the orphans, many who were discovered alone in an abandoned building.
12:00 – 1:00 pm – Drive back to Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort with??? See immediately below!!
1:00 – 6:00 pm – We are taking EVERY ONE of the 30+ orphans back to the Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort for a FULL day of fun, food, and beach partying! Most of these children will have never experienced such a treat before, and YOU will get to spend the entire afternoon with them! This may very well be the highlight of your trip.
6:00 – 7:30 pm – Dinner at the hotel
7:30 pm – ? – One of the most power experiences of your trip, an insightful roundtable discussion following dinner – you did a lot in the last 48 hours! What has it meant to you? What impact will you now make? Don’t miss this group discussion – this promises to be one of the most meaningful events of your trip.
?pm – ?pm – Gather at the hotel bar and nightclub to network or relax at pool/resort and stay up late to party with Yanik and The Mavericks! Before staying up too late (or going to bed at all for that matter) see times for Saturday below…
View from our Hotel Thursday and Friday night in Montrious, Haiti.
Rural views we will see on our ride.
We’ll visit the Kay Espwa II – Hope House Children’s Home near Port Au Prince.
We will tour the completed Guimbi Haiti Village – new homes and Community Center/School.
A quick stop at the Saint Marc Haiti market if time permits.
We will visit Hope To Haiti school kids.
Friday late afternoon we will be at the beach and pool side at our hotel with the Orphans in
Montrious, Haiti -The Royal Decameron Indigo Beach
Saturday, June 10 – Return Home A More Enlightened Person
4:15 am FIRM – depart from Hotel for Airport – up to 2 hour ride to airport depending on traffic. Breakfast snacks on bus.
6:00 am – arrival at Port Au Prince Airport – obtain Jet Blue tickets and pass through security checks. There will be time for a full breakfast in the airport terminal waiting area.
9:15 am – Flight departs Port Au Prince (Jet Blue #1610). Must arrive 2-3 hours prior to departure to get through multiple inspection points at Port Au Prince Airport.
12:27 pm – Arrival at Fort Lauderdale International Airport. Give yourself a couple hours to get thru US Customs and to your domestic flight. You will exit the international terminal, walk or shuttle to different terminal and must go thru ticket area and security again to enter domestic terminal for your flight home. Suggest that you give yourself enough time when booking your flight home.
THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING IN THE 2017 CARING HOUSE PROJECT
FOUNDATION HAITI IMPACT EXPERIENCE, www.Haiti-Trip.com
By the end of 2017 the Caring House Project Foundation will have provided shelter to approximately 10,800+ homeless children and their families in Haiti alone! Thousands more are alive because of our (and your) efforts. Your donation from this trip will build more self-sufficient villages in Haiti. We use all local labor and materials to construct our villages, therefore helping fragile local economies. In Haiti the unemployment rate is in excess of 80%!
Our 2016 Doug Doebler Village before/after
This is a 15 minute video from a recent trip.
This will give you a good idea of what your experience will be like.
2015 Guernsey Family Village Dedication
Another village of 50 homes that was recently completed.
Tour of the new Ravine a’ Couleuvre Village recently completed
The required donation is $4,990 to Caring House Project. Your trip participation and donation will fund the construction of one new home. All trip expenses are included in your donation:
Everything is included except your flights back and forth from your home to Fort Lauderdale Airport and your stay in Fort Lauderdale (if any).
Fill Out Form Below or send Maverick Trip Organizer, Doug Doebler an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Doug at 585-721-9922 for additional information and register for this trip. Don’t wait, all seats will be full soon.