The world is full of brokenness – of every type. We began Join the Journey in 2009 out of a desire to help the most hurting – and today that mission continues. We plunged into a side-by-side walk with a tent camp in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake and continue to walk with with communities in a similar way – initiating a journey and letting God sculpt each step. Our three-fold Christ-centered approach includes compassion, empowerment, and sharing the salvation message of Jesus Christ. Today, as we continue through 2018, we have ongoing journeys with impoverished communities in Philippines, Peru, and Cameroon, while still continuing to dedicate resources to those who were relocated out of that tent camp. We pray you journey with us as we journey in Christ to heal the broken.

Our Approach

We go to the poor in the most remote, most disconnected places of the world and deliver economic empowerment solutions to individuals meant to be a hand up, not a hand out. As a Christ-centered organization, we work to simultaneously empower the church to spread the Gospel as we work with individuals. Our work is fueled by partnerships on the ground with organizations and individuals with a similar Kingdom-building mindset and passion to help their neighbor.

Our Mission

Implement community-tailored solutions to poverty primarily in the form of capital so that individuals can start businesses and use profits to enhance their livelihoods. Our parallel mission is to fuel compassion-centric outreaches to increase opportunities for the local church to witness to their community. Finally, we provide emergent relief when needed in the event of a natural disaster or other calamity.

Where We Work

Our work began in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake and has since spread to Cameroon, Peru, and the Philippines. Read about the unique communities that we are connected with in these places.

Featured Projects

Sponsor an Entrepreneur

Céliane Chéry is married and has 3 children and lives in Titanyen, where many were relocated after several years in a tent camp of Capvva post 2010 earthquake. She sells sandal shoes, crackers, candy, and a variety of sodas on the busy market area of Gerald Batay. She wants to keep her business going and grow. A mere $150 will help her expand the business and help her see increased profits that will greatly enhance her livelihood. Céliane is one of many individuals around the world who is trying to change their lives through business enterprise. Take a look and please consider sponsoring one of these individuals.

Cameroon Poultry Empowerment Program

We committed to helping 4 widows in the spring of last year in Tiben. So far, we’ve been able to help 2 and have another two to go. Help us give them a chance!

Help uplift these widows!