Basic Information

Address: 276 Broadway Ste-2 Chelsea, MA
Phone Number: 617-250-8516 Or toll free 1-866-816-4553
Fax Number: 617- 250-8517
Director: Rev. Lucien Duperier

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Additional Information

Causes Served: Helping Poor UNfortunate Kids/Families
Population Served: Haiti
Ages for Volunteer: 16-50
Hours of Service: 10-6
Minimum Hours Required: 3 -5
Days of Service: Monday-Friday
Mission Statement:

The Ministries of Aides International, Inc. (MAII) is a humanitarian, charitable, non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide:

Food to the malnourished and the needy

Healthcare to the people who need urgent medical treatment

Education where it is lacking

Shelter, clothing, and other necessities to the families that lack these essentials due to famine, poverty or natural disaster

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

As a non-profit charitable organization with a humanitarian goal, the Ministries of Aides International, Inc.(MAII) provides a broad range of services covering education (vocational and classic), food, clothing, and healthcare. Our healthcare program is aimed at delivering treatment to the patients who are suffering from HIV, AIDS, TB, and Malaria.

In addition, our services span other areas, such as efforts to build orphanages and Churches, give social and fellowship services, deliver school supplies including tutoring materials to the street children who have either been abandoned or are living without their parents.

Your generous support and donations enable us to turn all our initiatives toward restoring normal life for the unfortunate children of Haiti, through providing basic necessities. These children are the victims of famine, poverty or natural disaster. They have lost the essentials to live a normal life.

With your kindness and contributions, we have been making a concerted effort to organize human services that will help these children in becoming functional citizens of the land they belong to.

Program History:

In 1981, the Ministries of Aides International Inc (MAII) was founded in Haiti`s Port-Margot city. Port-Margot is located in the northern part of Haiti. The organization was founded by Reverend Lucien Duperier at a young age.

An ordained minister who grew up in the community of Port-Margot, Reverend Lucien, at a tender age of six, was witness to the harsh living conditions in his community. He was burdened with the desire to change Port-Margot`s way of life. In his teenage years, he and his brother Reverend Gabriel Duperier managed to rescue many abandoned children and orphans from the streets and brought them to their mother who would give care and love to those children.

This act of kindness went on for a good number of years, until they finally decided to start the Ministries of Aides International, Inc. (MAII). The organization resolved to give shelter, food, healthcare, and education to the unfortunate children of the surrounding communities. With the help of a few broadminded fellow Christians and donations from the various churches, Reverend Lucien began his humanitarian journey to help these children build a decent and dignified future. From humble beginning, the ministry grew very fast and branched out into a range of social responsibilities. The organization has been up and running to this day.

At the moment, MAII is looking after more than 7,000 children in the northern part of Haiti. The organization is engaged in a number of projects concerning childcare and education, and it`s scale of operation is getting bigger and stronger day by day. MAII is now on an expansion mode. Additional departments are coming up to tackle a growing number of community projects. Rev.Lucien envisioned that proper education is pivotal to change, as it accelerates the mind toward higher thinking and self-realization. It is with this mindset that he opened the very first school in Port-Margot with 316 students, under the umbrella of the Grace Tabernacle Church of God, Inc.

In 1984, with the help of the Pastor communities and other philanthropists, Rev.Lucien established two (2) more schools, one in Bas-Limbé and the other in Beaulieu. He thought that, for a proper change to take place in these communities, he must do something for the adults too. It was necessary to start a skill creation program to make the adults employable. Accordingly, a vocational program was launched in all the schools to provide technical education and training to the adults. Two (2) additional schools were also founded in Novion and Chouchoubé.

Rev. Lucien had organized a great team to help him accomplish his calling from the Lord. At the same time, as a pastor, he was travelling around the world soliciting help to sustain the school projects. His dedicated team members are working wholeheartedly to ensure that MAII`s dream turned real through its sincere work for the communities, and to expand the programs to other countries. The humanitarian work is going on in full swing to accomplish the mission.


Building & COnstruction
Medical Staff Needed to Volunteer to Help Haiti
Heneral Help Needed
Spirituals Leaders Needed to Help the People of Haiti

Additional Information:

The Ministries of Aides International, Inc (MAII) has devoted itself to the humanitarian work of improving the lives of children and their families in underserved communities for over two decades now.


We may not have been able to save the world from hunger and poverty, but our service to humanity gives us a great sense of fulfilment. And we believe that, with just one act of kindness, poverty can become a story of yesterday in the lives of the needy children and their families.


As a non-profit organization committed to a humanitarian cause, the Ministries of Aides International, Inc. (MAII) is deeply involved in improving the living conditions of the underserved communities. A charitable non-profit organization, MAII was established in 1981, by Reverend Lucien Duperier. The organization operates under title 501 (c) (3). and is ffiliated with the Grace Tabernacle Church of God, which is working in US to provide hope to the children and their families in underdeveloped communities.