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Hello, my name is

Marie Umonique Marcelin
Marie Umonique Marcelin
$50 Needed
  • Name: Marie Umonique Marcelin
  • Gender: Female
  • DOB: January 01st, 1940
Marie Umonique goes by"Mon", but her family and friends call her “Tifanm", a nickname  which means "little lady" she was given when she was 10 years old.  She was born in the village of Abricot, Jeremie; a region located in south Haiti, known for its green trees, and great agriculture. She has four children (2 sons and 2 daughters). She used to be a farmer and raised cows, pigs, and goats. She also sold rice, plantains and sweet potatoes. Her favorite verse from the Bible is Psalm 119:105, “Your Word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path."


The Grace House is one of the few assisted living facilities in Haiti, built to address the dire need for elderly care. The elderly are the most vulnerable and most neglected people in Haiti. Our Grace House residents receive medical, spiritual, and daily assisted living care. The facilities include living quarters, a cafeteria, a common area, and a medical exam room.

As a sponsor, you can write letters and even visit your resident on your next trip to Haiti.

On any given day, you'll find our covered patio filled with dominoes and card games, while the smell of rice and beans wafts out from the kitchen.

Laughter is consistent and contagious as visitors stop by to sing songs, dance, or just sit to talk.

Watch this video to learn more about the Grace House.