The Coreluv Blog

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Meet Phara and Rebecca

Meet Phara and Rebecca

Meet Phara and Rebecca! Phara and Rebecca lived their first few years in instability. Their mother passed away when they were babies, and unfortunately, their father couldn’t take proper care of them and handed them over to their grandmother. Soon after, their...

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Meet Djasmy

Meet Djasmy

Meet Djasmy! Djamsy is 18 years old, and is the older brother of Dieudson and Lourvenson. He was brought to Coreluv in 2016 because his father was unable to care for him and his brothers after their mother passed away. His father wanted Djasmy and his brothers to have...

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Internship Story: Ashlee Houghton

Internship Story: Ashlee Houghton

FOUNDER’S NOTE: As Coreluv’s founders, Mandy and I can’t say enough how proud we are of Micah and Jada Ennis for leading the summer interns (the magnificent six) in Haiti this summer! God sent us six pretty amazing young adults with a passion for Him and a passion to...

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Celebrating 10 Years of Defending the Orphan

Celebrating 10 Years of Defending the Orphan

“Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress, and to keep oneself unstained by the world.” –James 1:27 10 years ago, Coreluv founders Mike and Mandy Reiszner heard God ask them two questions: Do...

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Jakinda’s Story

Jakinda’s Story

In October of 2015, a little girl was found by police wandering the streets of St. Marc, Haiti, with very little clothing, searching for food. Living on the streets, Jakinda had been forced to provide for herself by eating scraps of trash and would only drink water...

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Adeline’s Story

Adeline’s Story

Adeline was orphaned when her father passed away. She contracted typhoid, and her mother was unable to provide her the care she needed. Since being brought to Coreluv, she is receiving her needs and growing up in a Christ-centered, loving home. Though she tends to shy...

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Jonas’ Story

Jonas’ Story

Jonas was orphaned when his mother passed away, and his father was not able to provide for even his most vital essentials. Since coming to Coreluv, he has been receiving his six basic needs, and coming alive as a young man full of life. He likes to tell jokes with his...

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Facebook Fundraiser | May Match 2021

Facebook Fundraiser | May Match 2021

Create a Facebook fundraiser and multiply your impact during Coreluv‘s May Match! Thanks to generous donors, every donation made in the month of May is doubled. Instructions: If you are logged into your Facebook account on your web browser, use the following link:...

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Jamesly’s Story

Jamesly’s Story

Jamesly came to Coreluv when he was just over a year old. He was abandoned at the hospital by his parents, possibly because he suffers from hydrocephalus, which is a build-up of fluid in the brain. While it is hard to imagine a parent abandoning their child, it’s...

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Celienne’s Story

Celienne’s Story

This Valentine’s Day season, we like to share a story of how God’s heart for the least of these has brought transformation to a precious girl named Celienne. In 2014 we learned of a five-year-old girl named Celienne (pronounced Sill-ee-in). She was raised by her...

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Meet Poutchino

Meet Poutchino

Orphans with special needs are especially vulnerable to abandonment and neglect, which is why we have said YES in Jesus’ name to caring for many children with special needs in Haiti.  This Valentine’s Day, as we celebrate #14DaysofLUV, we’d like to share a story of...

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Meet Maniqueson and Maniys

Meet Maniqueson and Maniys

Maniqueson and Maniys were 12 and 10 years old when their lives suddenly changed forever, as their mother tragically passed away. The childhood they had known was suddenly gone, replaced with a world of uncertainty. Their father was unable to provide the care they...

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