About Us

Our mission at Hands on Haiti is to support the the development of Haitians in their communities through spiritual and professional guidance. Building and nurturing relationships through faith.


Jennifer Kubit

I first went to Haiti in 2010 a few months after the earthquake. While I didn't know what to expect when I got off the plane, I knew that I wasn't expecting to fall in love.  Yet that is what happened over the following week!  I fell in love with Haiti and it's people and when I left I was in tears.  I have since been back three more times.  The last trip by myself was the catalyst for Hands on Haiti.  That was the trip I knew that God was truly calling me to work in this country.  I have a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies, and an currently working on my Masters of Arts in Law with a Non-Profit Management concentration at Regent University.  I am excited to be a part of a grass roots organization and can not wait to see the way God leads us. 

Crystal Green

I first went to Haiti in 2007 at age 16. It was love at first sight. I loved everything about the country, but I especially loved the people and their joyfulness and dedication to God despite their situation. I traveled many more times to Haiti with a church group until 2011 when I flew to Haiti by myself. It was during this trip that I met Pastor Mario of the Children's Dream Center. Since then, the Dream Center and its children have been a passion of mine and I am excited to begin this new opportunity to help them and other Haitian communities flourish. I have a BS in mortuary science and currently work part time at Wayne State University as an instructor, the rest of my time is spent being a stay at home mother to my two daughters, Tessa and Vivian.

Denise Gosselin

My first interest in Haiti came when I was sitting in the church pew hearing about all the mission trips our church had done over the years.  I felt God pulling at my heart strings to take that leap of faith and go on trip.  That was in 2011 and I have been going every year since.  The people of Haiti have captured my heart. This is what God has called me to do.  After losing my job in 2009, I decided to go back to school and get my Master’s in Accounting from Walsh College in Accounting.

I received my BA from Oakland University.  After losing my job, and not being able to find a job, going back to school seemed the logical thing to do.  But God had a different plan.

I have been married to a wonderful man for 23 years and have two grown boys.


I work for a marketing company in Dearborn full time.

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