World Wide Village Ambassadors

World Wide Village Ambassadors



Have you been deeply touched by the great needs you have seen in Haiti and have a strong desire to help? Maybe you know that you have been blessed by God to be a blessing to others and want to take action. But how? Becoming a World Wide Village Ambassador is a great way to use your gifts and talents and join others in making a meaningful impact in the lives of those in Haiti. WWV encourages you to take a step of faith in becoming a significant partner in helping fulfill the mission of WWV in Haiti. Would you consider walking alongside WWV as an Ambassador?

Our theme for our WWV Ambassadors is “Fè limyè – Be the Light.” Imagine each of us with our own small light in our own space coming together to be a shining city on a hill and lighting up the darkness. How powerful! Matthew 5:14-17 says, “You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.”

The only requirement of a WWV Ambassador is to have a heart for serving the people of Haiti. We ask our Ambassadors to consider participating in at least one WWV Ambassador activity throughout the year. We would also encourage you to think outside the box and plan your own ways to serve the people of Haiti from home – big or small! Planning unique fundraisers or using your own personal skills is always encouraged! Please consider joining WWV in this special way and significantly impact the lives of our brothers and sisters in Haiti.

Become a WWV Ambassador Today


As a WWV Ambassador we want to reward you for your service to the people of Haiti. What better way than to assist you in visiting the people you’re serving more often! As a World Wide Village Ambassador you will be eligible to earn a percentage off your trip to Haiti anytime during the year. For each new student sponsor you recruit for WWV you will receive 10% off the cost of a trip to Haiti for you or a person of your choice. 1 new sponsor = $105 off your next trip; 2 new sponsors = $210 off your next trip; 3 new sponsors = $315 off your next trip, etc… 10 new sponsors = FREE trip to Haiti! *Not including airfare


January/February – START OFF 2017 WITH PRAYER:

Let’s start off 2017 praying for God’s will to be done in Haiti. Join us in a 4-week, daily prayer journey where we will praise God, ask for provision for Haiti and WWV and ask for direction and guidance. Let’s be unified as we seek the face of God!  A daily prayer guide will be provided to guide you through the 4-weeks.

“Give praise to the Lord, proclaim his name; make known among the nations what he has done. Sing to him, sing praise to him; tell of all his wonderful acts. Glory in his holy name; let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice. Look to the Lord and his strength; seek his face always.”  Psalm 105:1-3

March/April – USE YOUR GIFTS:

Are you a painter? Use your skills to paint a picture for a silent auction supporting WWV. Are you a nurse? Travel to Haiti to work in our medical clinic for a week. Are you a pastor? Use your skills to help train and encourage local Haitian pastors. Are you a mom? Use your time to engage your children in praying for those with less. Are you a handyman? Travel to Haiti to help with one of our many building projects. Are you a graphic designer? Volunteer your time creating graphics to show what God is doing in Haiti. Do you love to bake? Use your skills to create delicious sweet treats and hold a bake sale! Do you love Jesus? Use your passion and come to Haiti and spread the gospel.


One Mission Fundraising sells unique products for a great cause! Host a home party to showcase their products – fun apparel, unique notecards, creative art prints, Haitian-made jewelry, metal art and handbags, soy candles, castile soaps and more! 40% of sales go to WWV all Haitian- made products sold will support local Haitian artisans.


World Wide Village has just announced a new partnership with the Armee du Salut school in Luly.  Help spread the word about the WWV Student Sponsorship Program so we can make this partnership a long-term relationship! 20 new sponsorships at the new school will pay teachers’ salaries. 40 new sponsorships will provide a daily, nutritious lunch.  In faith, World Wide Village has committed to supporting this school for 1 year and we are praying that with your help, we will be able to continue indefinitely!


Invite your small group or neighbors over for dinner to hear about World Wide Village. Plan a bazaar or a potluck after Sunday services at your church and share about how God is at work in Haiti and how they can be a part. Invite your book club to read Kisses from Katie or Miracles on Voodoo Mountain and then share about World Wide Village’s vision for Haiti. Plan a tailgating party before the big game and offer delicious chicken dishes while asking for donations for the WWV poultry program. The options are limitless!


Join a team of WWV supporters in raising funds for Haiti on #GivingTuesday – November 28, 2017! Set up your own personal Razoo peer-to-peer fundraising page and ask friends and family to join you in raising funds for the work God is doing in Haiti.

Anytime in 2017 – Start your own FUNdraiser!   

Our friends at Mobile Cause have put together a great resource that includes 24 fun and unique fundraising ideas.  Mobile Cause has ideas for everything from Chores for Charity and Caroling for a Cause to Cupcake Wars, BINGO and Battle of the Bands. As a WWV Ambassador you have the opportunity to make a BIG impact in Haiti.

Passionate about education? Organize a Flamingo Fundraiser to raise funds for books and uniforms for children in the WWV schools.

Passionate about medical care? Organize a Dodgeball Tourney to raise funds to stock the medical as part of City on a Hill!

Have another great idea but not sure how to get started? Contact me and I would love to help you!

Questions? Contact Kim Anderson at