Frank McKinney & Yanik Silver’s…

Haiti Impact Experience Trip

June 1 – June 4, 2016


NEW ANNOUNCEMENT!! We are blessed and honored to be able to share that the new village you will learn about below, the new village you will get to visit, will be forever known as:

Doug Doebler Village

Doug has been a Caring House Project Board of Director’s member for over 10 years. If it wasn’t for Doug, NONE of the villages CHP has created in Haiti over the last 10 years would have become a reality. Doug defines what a leader servant represents. He lives out Luke 12:48 – “To Whom Much is Entrusted Much Is Expected.” He lives as Jesus would in 2016, by taking action on his compassion, not bogged down by “dogma,” or seeking attention for his accomplishments.

He has tirelessly worked on each Haiti Experience Trip CHP has ever hosted (6 years running), and is a true ambassador for CHP and the poor it serves. CHP is blessed to have Doug on it’s Board and is honored to name it’s newest village the “Doug Doebler Village.”

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 2 spots remaining… Come alone, bring your spouse, parents and your kids, send your kids alone as a gift, or bring key employees.

“Compassion without Action is a Waste of Emotion…”

Many popular and never-before implemented experiences have been included in the 2016 trip:

  • You will have an opportunity to STAY OVERNIGHT in Caring House Project’s newest village with the villagers.
  • Distribute a solar light to each home in the village.
  • Probably the MOST EXCITING, we will bring 30+ orphans back to our oceanfront hotel for an afternoon of fun, food, and beach partying! These children have never experienced such a treat before, and YOU will get to spend the entire afternoon with them!

Scroll halfway down to see our exciting HOUR-BY-HOUR itinerary!

Email Doug Doebler at, or call him at 585.721.9922 to register TODAY!

Experience with Frank McKinney, Yanik Silver, and other like-minded friends an exclusive “Philanthro-Capitalistic” impact trip that will change YOUR life and build a new concrete home for a desperately poor & homeless family of 8+ in Haiti in Caring House Project’s new self-sufficient Doug Doebler Village.

Prior Impact Experiences have been life changing…The 2016 adventure promises to be EVEN BETTER, where you will move from Rich to Enriched, and help transform an entire country from Survival to Thrival!

Don’t Miss Out on Being Part of Building an Entire Village & Experiencing this IMPACT Trip


  • You will build one new concrete home that will house a family of 8+.
  • Your home will be built by locals, thus adding to their economy (helping to reduce the 80%+ unemployment rate).
  • Multiple latrines (bathrooms) will be built in the village providing better sanitation to the area.
  • You will directly deliver gifts for the children staying in the orphanages.
  • You will be funding the feeding of 100’s of children during your visit to Haiti.
  • Income for our hosts and revenue from the hotels we will stay at will help the local economy.
  • You will share your entrepreneurial ideas to enhance commerce in Haiti.
  • Most important, you will be able to reflect back on a life enhancing experience to share with family, friends and associates upon returning home.

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 2016 CHPF will have built 23 self-sufficient villages in Haiti since 2003,
saving the lives of 10,400+ poor and homeless.

Talk About Impact!

See Where The Caring House Project Foundation Has Been Building in Haiti

Click Here to view a Larger Map of the Self Sufficient Villages in Haiti
built by the Caring House Project Foundation Since 2003

Frank McKinney, Yanik Silver, and Maverick member Doug Doebler have spent the last 6 months organizing a trip like no other. The June 1 – June 4 adventure will cause 50 participants (only 9 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 Doug Doebler Village in Brinet, just outside of the bustling town of Gonaives.


  • Real Estate Artist & Creator of the Finest Oceanfront Mansions (built on spec) in the World, including a “Bold and Intoxicating new concept in High-End speculative Real Estate” to be announced 3.31.16.
  • Five-time International Best Selling Author in Four Genres
  • Ultra-Marathon Runner, 9x participant in the Death Valley Badwater 135-mile ultramarathon
  • Philanthro-Capitalist, Mentor, Aspiration Evangelist
  • Actor, Husband, Father

Click to learn more About Frank

Conquering Your Life’s Badwaters: Frank McKinney at TEDxDelrayBeach

CLICK HERE to see the newscast of Frank and his "Dream Team" upon returning back to the U.S. just days after the massive Haiti earthquake in 2010.

CLICK HERE to see the newscast of Frank and his “Dream Team” upon returning back to the U.S. just days after the massive Haiti earthquake in 2010.

Talk about IMPACT!



  • Built 23 self sufficient villages in Haiti since 2003 – housing over 10,400 individuals by the end of 2016
  • Built schools, community centers, medical buildings and orphanages in Haiti that support thousands
  • Built a fishing cooperative in a rural village in Haiti
  • Taken supplies directly into the hardest hit regions after Hurricane Katrina, just days after the disaster
  • Mobilized a team of first responders and flew with them to Haiti 48 hours after the January earthquake,
    directly saving the lives of 4 Haitians buried in the rubble
  • Provided over 1/2 million meals & temporary shelter for 4,000 people in Haiti after the January 2010 earthquake
  • November 2010 – quickly responded & supplied water filter systems to over 1000’s affected by the
    Cholera outbreak in Haiti
  • Homeless Shelter, “Survival-to-Thrival” Bus Tour – 16 cities over a grueling 23-day span
  • See for much more philanthro-capitalistic impact

Your Itinerary

Now to the Fun Part (your itinerary)
Haiti Experience 2016,
June 1 – June 4

Day 1

Wednesday, June 1 – Private Dinner at Frank McKinney’s Oceanfront Home

5:00 pm – Limo will pick our group up from Ft. Lauderdale Courtyard Marriott 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 at 400 Gulf Stream Way, Daina Beach, Fl). For those living in Florida or otherwise driving in, please meet at the McKinney home at 6:00 pm sharp (address below).

6:00 – 8:30pm – Frank and Nilsa McKinney Reception and Private Dinner at their oceanfront home (610 N. Ocean Blvd, Delray Beach FL 33483).  Reception to include a short group visit with Frank McKinney in infamous oceanfront Treehouse office!  All staying in Ft. Lauderdale will head back to the Courtyard Marriott Airport Hotel for a good night’s rest.

We'll visit Frank's Famous Tree House Office

We’ll visit Frank’s Famous Tree House Office

Learn How Frank Runs His Charity Like a Business

Learn How Frank Runs His Charity Like a Business

One on One Time With Frank McKinney

One on One Time With Frank McKinney

Day 2

Thursday, June 2 – Your 1st Day in Haiti

6:00 am – If you are staying at the Courtyard Marriott, meet in the hotel lobby and transport together to airport.  Our shuttle will pick up guests at the Courtyard Marriott 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.


8:15 am – Fort Lauderdale Airport to Port Au Prince, Haiti (Jet Blue Flight #1609)

9:12 am – Arrive in Port Au Prince – clear customs and immigration.

10:15 – 11:15 pm – Drive to Kay Espwa II Orphanage/School – Port Au Prince (snacks on bus)

11:15 – 2:00 pm – Visit Kay Espwa II Orphanage/School kids – Port Au Prince, Haiti.

We will feed the orphans and have lunch ourselves. Your provided backpack full of toys and school supplies will be distributed to the children.  We will play many fun and innovative games with the kids too!  (Just watch Frank!)

2:00 – 3:30 pm – Drive from Orphanage to The Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort, on the beach in Montrouis, Haiti

3:30 – 5:00 pm – Check-in at The Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort, Montrouis Haiti – For those spending the night in Caring House Project’s prior village, the Guernsey Family Village in Tante Jeanne (prior to seeing the new Doug Doebler Village in Brinet, Haiti that you’ll visit tomorrow), you’ll grab a bite to eat and shower at the hotel. The number of people staying overnight is limited to 20. If you’re 1 of the 20, unless there’s an emergency, you will not be able to return to the hotel until the next morning.

6:00 – 7:30 pm – Visit Hope to Haiti’s newest orphanage; Kay Espwa IV outside of St. Marc (mandatory for those sleeping in the Guernsey Family Village in Tante Jeanne, optional for all others).

7:30 – 8:00 pm – Those sleeping in the village will be dropped for the night and sleep soundly (?) in the Community Center. There will be snacks and bottled water for those sleeping at the village.

7:30 – 8:00 pm – Those who are not sleeping in the village will return from the Orphanage to The Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort and relax at the beach, swim in the pool and freshen up.

8:30 – 9:30 pm – Authentic Haitian dinner buffet at Hotel Club Indigo

9:30 pm ?? Group Reflection under the stars of our 1st day in Haiti.  We’ll meet at the Hotel’s Bar. Optional

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 Home in Haiti

Day 3

Friday, June 3 – Your 2nd Day in Haiti

6:00 – 7:00 am – Those who slept in the  village will be woken by the sound of crowing roosters then will return toThe Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort to shower and get ready for breakfast.

8:00 – 9:00 am – Breakfast at The Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort

9:00 – 11:00 am – Depart the hotel and drive to the Doug Doebler Village

11:00 am – 1:00 pm Visit Caring House Project’s new Doug Doebler Village

  • Ribbon Cutting for New Village
  • Lunch at the new village, meeting with the villagers
  • Distribute solar lights to each new house

1:00 – 2:00 pm – Drive back to The Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort

2:00 – 6:00 pm – You are going to LOVE this! We are bringing ALL the orphans to Hotel Club Indigo for a day of fun, food, and beach partying! These children will have never experienced such a treat before, and YOU will get to spend the entire afternoon with them!

6:00 – 7:30 pm – Insightful roundtable discussion at Hotel – 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.

7:30 pm – ? – Dinner and 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!

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 Doug Doebler Village – new homes and village Community Center.

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 4 – 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 breakfast in the airport terminal waiting area.

9:00 am – Flight departs Port Au Prince (Jet Blue #1510). Must arrive 3 hours prior to departure to get through multiple inspection points at Port Au Prince Airport.

11:12 am – 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.



By the end of 2016 the Caring House Project Foundation will have provided shelter to approximately 10,400+ homeless men, women and children from around the world! Thousands more are alive because of our (and your) efforts. Your donation from this trip will build more homes in Haiti. We use all local labor and materials to construct these villages, therefore helping fragile local economies. In much of Haiti the unemployment rate is in excess of 80%!

Doug Doebler Village before/after

Remember: “Each of us are fortunate to be blessed with the ability to succeed at some level. This success is not for our sole benefit however, but so we might apply the result of our success to assist those less fortunate.”

Compassion Without Action is a Waste of Emotion

View What A Day In Haiti Looks Like

Prior Impact Trip Highlights

This is a 15 minute video from a recent trip.
This will give you a good idea of what your experience will be like.

Click on photo to see Thank You web page to those that attended a recent trip.

Click on the photo for details from our recent visit to Haiti.

Click on the photo for details from another recent visit to Haiti

2015 Guernsey Family Village Dedication


Another village of 50 homes that was recently completed.

Ravine a’ Couleuvre Village Construction Photos and Video

Tour of the new Ravine a’ Couleuvre Village recently completed

YOUR Donation of $4,990 will build a complete new home for a family of 8-10 in Haiti.

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:

  • Limo transport & gourmet dinner at Frank McKinney’s home Wednesday, June 1, in Delray Beach, Florida
  • Round trip flights from Fort Lauderdale to Port Au Prince, Haiti
  • Two nights lodging in Haiti
  • All meals while in Haiti
  • All drinks while in Haiti
  • All snacks while in Haiti
  • Security while in Haiti
  • Ground transportation while in Haiti
  • Gifts to distribute to Haitian children
  • Interpreters in Haiti
  • All gratuity in Haiti
  • Activities, refreshments, etc.

Everything is included except your flights back and forth from your home to Fort Lauderdale Airport and your stay in Fort Lauderdale (if any).


Visit Franks Caring House Project Foundation Website at