Project Haiti 2019-2021

Our first project in Haiti was in 2010 following the devastating earthquake. At that time we were able to purchase 50 water filters from a factory in the Dominican Republic and distribute them in the Port-Au-Prince area. We have just returned from an investigative trip to meet people, collect data, locate cities, organizations, and potters with the intention of building a water filter factory. Once the groundwork is complete we will invite Potters for Peace to Haiti to begin construction of a Haiti-based ceramic water filter factory. This is GREAT NEWS for Haiti since there aren't any ceramic water filter factories in country.


HEART for the Nations

HEART for the Nations has been aiding people in Central America since 2002. Our emphasis is to supply water filters to those most affected by natural disaster, those without any indoor plumbing, and those living in extreme poverty. Up until now we have supplied ceramic water filters in Guatemala, Nicaragua, Myanmar, and Haiti. We are launching the construction of a ceramic water filter factory that will employ 5-8 people. Filters will be marked "Made in Haiti" for the very first time. This will be the first factory built in Haiti and we will do it with the help and expertise of the Potters for Peace organization.

HEART for the Nations is a 501(c)(3) organization based in Pennsylvania, USA.  All donations are tax-deductible.



Pope John Paul II issued a papal encyclical "Dives in misericordia" on 30 November 1980 declaring that "Jesus Christ taught that man not only receives and experiences the mercy of God, but that he is also called 'to practice mercy' towards others."[4]Supplying water to the needy is a corporal work of mercy which fulfills Jesus’ words to “give drink to the thirsty”.Through HEART for the Nations a family can help a family, a parish can help a parish, to meet the physical needs for water and beyond.

We need a total of $40,000 for land rental, building, equipment and supplies. We appreciate your generous support.


The filter element is an approximately 11” wide by 10” deep open-top clay cylinder which after firing is coated with colloidal silver, a well known microbicide which remains in the filter for years. The rate of filtration is determined by the mixture of combustible material, sawdust or rice husks, which is added to the clay before firing. The fired, treated filter is then placed in a plastic or ceramic receptacle with a lid and faucet. Filter units are purchased for $40 which supply water to a family of 10 people. They last up to 5 years. Your donation of $40 will help one family in Haiti. Or donate any amount to the construction of a new filter factory.

  • One filter costs $40

  • Lasts for five years

  • Purifies water to 99.95% clean

  • Removes e-coli, fecal coli form, total coliform, giardia, cholera, and protozoa

  • Helps a family of 8 to 10 people

  • Tested by over 40 universities and proven effective

  • Tested and approved by MIT, Cambridge, Yale, John’s Hopkins


Get Involved

We have many ways to get involved. Programs for Churches, Youth Groups, Women's clubs, Men's clubs, Rotary,  Knights of Columbus, Confirmation classes, Schools, Religious Education, High Schools, Colleges.

We need $40,0000 to build the factory in Haiti.

DONATIONS: Mail your check to:  "HEART for the Nations", 102 Serenity Court, Douglassville, PA 19518.