Frank McKinney & Yanik Silver’s… Haiti Impact Experience
May 8-11, 2013
WANT TO JOIN US?
EXPERIENCE A "PHILANTHRO-CAPITALISTIC" ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME 25 2 SPOTS AVAILABLE
Experience with Frank McKinney & Yanik Silver an exclusive "Philanthro-Capitalistic" impact trip that will change YOUR life and build a new concrete home for a desperately poor & homeless family of 8+ in Haiti in a new self-sufficient village. Prior Impact Experiences have been life changing… The 2013 adventure will be even better, where you will move from Rich to Enriched, and help transform an entire country from Survival to Thrival!
Don’t Miss Out on Being Part of Building an Entire Village & Experiencing this IMPACT Trip
8 POINTS OF IMPACT DIRECTLY FROM THIS TRIP TO HAITI
Will build 25 new concrete homes that will house 200+ people in Haiti.
These homes will be built by locals adding to their economy (helping to reduce the 80%+ unemployment rate).
Multiple latrines (bathrooms) will be built providing better sanitation to the area.
Gifts will be carried from the USA to Haiti by us.
Income for our guides and revenue from the hotels we will stay at will help the local economy.
We will be funding the feeding of 100's of children during our visit to Haiti.
We will share our entrepreneurial ideas to enhance commerce in Haiti.
Most important, each individual participant will have a life enhancing experience to share with family,
friends and associates upon returning home.
Frank McKinney, a special
Maverick celebrity guest a few years ago in Aspen, is a Master of
“Thinking Big” as once again shown by the successful sale of his latest
$23 million dollar ocean front masterpiece, Aqua Liana. Frank “gives back big time” and encourages others to do so through his charity, The Caring House Project Foundation that he and his wife Nilsa founded in 1998.
By the end of 2013 CHPF will have built 20 self-sufficient villages in Haiti since 2003,
saving the lives of 8,800+ poor and homeless.
Talk About Impact!
See Where The Caring House Project Foundation Has Been Building in Haiti
Friday AM we will travel North to St Marc for our 2nd full day in Haiti.
Frank McKinney, Yanik Silver and
Maverick member Doug Doebler have organized a trip like no other. This
May 8-11, 2013 adventure will cause 25 participants to
experience “Subliminal Euphoria”. The Euphoria experienced when
all five senses are exposed to the great poverty and great hope to be witnessed when
visiting the poorest location in the World..
Typically you would have to travel
across the globe to have this level of experience. In this case
Yanik, Frank and Doug will travel with you to Haiti, just a 2 hour
flight from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. There we will visit the devastation
caused by the January 2010 Earthquake in the Capital City of Port Au
Prince. We will then travel to an orphanage run by our Haiti Partner, Scott Bonnell (Director), Hope to Haiti. From there we will travel with Scott Bonnell to St Marc and visit a self sufficient village built by the Caring House Project Foundation.
WHO IS FRANK McKINNEY?
Real Estate Artist & Creator of the Finest Oceanfront Mansions in the World
Frank will show you that there is more hope in 2013 than EVER in Haiti.
CLICK HEREto see the newscast of Frank and his "Dream Team" upon returning back to the U.S. just days after the massive Haiti earthquake in 2010.
Frank and his “Dream Team” first responders to the massive January 2010 Earthquake in Haiti
see the News Cast of Frank and his "Dream Team" upon returning back to
the U.S. just days after the massive Haiti earthquake in 2010.
IMPACT - OUR HOST FRANK McKINNEY IS MR. IMPACT... IN THE LAST 10 YRS FRANK AND THE CARING HOUSE PROJECT FOUNDATION HAVE ACCOMPLISHED THE FOLLOWING:
Built 19 self sufficient villages in Haiti since 2003 - housing over 8800 individuals by the end of 2013.
Built schools, community centers, medical buildings and orphanages in Haiti that support thousands
Built a fishing cooperative in a rural village in Haiti
Taken supplies directly into the hardest hit regions after Hurricane Katrina, just days after the disaster
Mobilized a team of first responders and flew with them to Haiti 48 hours after the January earthquake,
directly saving the lives of 4 Haitians buried in the rubble
Provided over 1/2 million meals & temporary shelter for 4,000 people in Haiti after the January 2010 earthquake
November 2010 - quickly responded & supplied water filter systems to over 1000's affected by the
Cholera outbreak in Haiti
2011 - Homeless Shelter Bus Tour up the USA East Coast
2012 - Delivered truckload of supplies to NJ homeless shelter after Hurricane Sandy
McKinney Talks On Fox News TV About The Recent Sale Of Aqua Liana. His
$23 Million Dollar Ocean Front Mansion Spec Home, His 5
International Best Selling Books, His 135 mile Badwater Ultramarathon
thru the Desert with 13,000 feet of Cumulative Elevation Gain, and the
Work His Caring House Project Foundation Does in Haiti. http://www.fox4now.com/multimedia/videos/?bctid=631864015001
Now to the Fun Part - Your Itinerary
Day 1 - Wednesday May 8, 2013 – Private Dinner at Frank McKinney’s Oceanfront Home
5:00pm: Meet at Fort Lauderdale Airport Hotel, a limo will whisk us off to Frank's oceanfront home in Delray Beach, Florida for a private dinner with Frank and his wife, Nilsa. We will discuss what to expect on our adventure, and you will have one-on-one time with Frank in his famous treehouse office. This is where he designs his real estate “artistry,” and where he wrote his five bestselling books. We’ll head back to our Fort Lauderdale Airport Hotel early enough for a good night's rest.
We'll visit Frank's Famous Tree House Office
Learn How Frank Runs His Charity Like a Business
One on One Time With Frank McKinney
Day 2 – Thursday May 9, 2013 – The Haiti Adventure Begins!
6:20am: American Airlines flight direct from Fort Lauderdale to Port Au Prince Haiti – arrival 8:15 am. No checked baggage - carry on your personal luggage and supplies for the children we will visit with. We’ll be met at the Port Au Prince Airport by our hosts and private security for the day. From there we will ride in an air-conditioned van/bus passing thru sites in Port Au Prince, the Capital of Haiti. We will see some of the devastated city of Port Au Prince where Frank worked on a search and rescue mission just after the 2010 earthquake. We will visit and spend time at the Kay Espwa II Orphanage/School just outside Port Au Prince. There we will interact with the children, have lunch and participate in the daily feeding program. We will make a quick stop in Cabaret to visit a 2008 Caring House Village full of colorful new homes. Then on to check into our seaside hotel for both nights we will spend in Haiti. After check in and time permitting we'll visit the Saint Marc Port Market. Then back to our seaside hotel for a rest, time at the pool or beach and cleaning up for an authentic Haitian Dinner and relaxing oceanside talk about our day. Our Haiti host Scott Bonnell has years of aid experience in Haiti currently feeding 3500 children per day while running multiple schools and orphanages.
Downtown Port Au Prince was left in rubble after the Earthquake
Presidential Palace in Port Au Prince Haiti after the Earthquake
Haiti National Cathedral destroyed by the 2010 Earthquake
Cookies made of dirt and lemon juice fed to the starving children
This tent camp surrounds the capitol and is run by
US Actor, Sean Penn and his charity
Refugee camps house hundreds of thousands after the Earthquake
Typical rural school we will visit
School kids waiting for lunch at their school
Typical village slum homes
Typical Caring House Homes near Port Au Prince
Caring House Home under construction
Completed Caring House Home in Haiti
Day 3 - Friday May 10, 2013 – Next Stop - Parish Of The Cross, Haiti
7:30 am:Breakfast at our seaside Hotel, then off to Parish Of The Cross. Many interesting sights to see along this scenic hour drive. We'll have bottled water and snacks along the way. Once we reach Parish Of The Cross we will visit a brand new (under construction in 2013) Caring House Project Foundation Village of 50 new homes and community meeting center. This CHPF village is being build partially with donations from our 2012 Trip! We will spend the entire day at the new Parish Of The Cross village celebrating with the new homeowners. We'll distribute some supplies and toys to the kids. We may even get a fun game of soccer and football going with the locals. We'll have a festive lunch in the village and a "Kombit" an ancient and authentic Haitian tradition. We'll have a fun day interacting with the villagers. Around 4:00 pm we'll head back to our hotel for some leisure time on the beach or in the pool and another authentic Haitian dinner and insightful panel discussion. You will have experienced a lot today! The hotel has an active bar and nightclub for those that want to "network" into the evening.
View from our Hotel Thursday and Friday night in
Rural views we will see on our ride.
We'll visit the Kay Espwa II - Hope House Children's Home near Port Au Prince.
We will tour the completed Caring House Village in Parish of the Cross Haiti - new homes and village meeting hall.
A quick stop at the Saint Marc Haiti market.
We will visit Hope To Haiti school kids.
Friday late afternoon we will be Beachside and pool side at our hotel in Montrious, Haiti - Club Indigo http://www.clubindigo.net
Day 4 Saturday May 11, 2012 - Return Home A More Enlightened Person
You will awake early to the sounds of crowing roosters at the hotel. We'll head off very early to the Port Au Prince International airport for our return flights direct back to Fort Lauderdale on American Airlines at 9:20 am. We will arrive in Fort Lauderdale at 11:30 am. Remember it takes some time to get through customs when we arrive in the USA. Suggest that you give yourself enough time when booking your flight home.
YES, THERE IS HOPE FOR HAITI AND YOU CAN PARTICIPATE!
By the end of 2013 the Caring House Project Foundation will have provided shelter to approximately 8,800+ homeless men, women and children from around the world! Thousands more are alive because of our (and your) efforts. Donations from this trip will build more homes in Haiti. We use almost all local labor and materials to construct these villages, therefore helping fragile local economies. In much of Haiti the unemployment rate can reach almost 90%.
Parish of the Cross, St Marc Haiti, before/after
Remember: "Each of
us are fortunate to be blessed with the ability to succeed at some
level. This success is not for our sole benefit however, but so we
might apply the result of our success to assist those less
Compassion Without Action is a Waste of Emotion
View What A Day In Haiti Looks Like
PRIOR IMPACT TRIP HIGHLIGHTS
This is a 15 minute video from a recent trip.
This will give you a good idea of what this trip will be like.
Click on photo to see Thank You web page
to those that attended a recent trip.
Click on the photo for details from our recent visit to Haiti.
Click on the photo for details from a 2012 visit to Haiti
PARISH OF THE CROSS VILLAGE CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS AND VIDEO
We will spend a day at this brand new village of 50 homes that will be completed when we arrive.
Your Donation of $4,900 will build a complete
new home for a family of eight in Haiti.
The trip cost is $4,900. Your trip participation will help fund the construction of one new home for each person
attending. Most trip expenses are included:
Limo transport & dinner at Frank McKinney's home Wednesday May 8th, in Delray Beach, Florida
Round trip flights from Fort Lauderdale to Port Au Prince, Haiti
Two nights lodging in Haiti
All meals while in Haiti
Security while in Haiti
Ground transportation while in Haiti
Gifts to distribute to Haitian children
Activities, interpreters, tips, refreshments, etc.
Everything is included except your flights back and forth from your home to Fort Lauderdale Airport and your stay in Fort Lauderdale.
THE "PHILANTHRO-CAPITALIST" ADVENTURE
Send Maverick Trip Organizer, Doug Doebler an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Doug at 585-721-9922 for additional informationand register for this trip.
Visit Franks Caring House Project Foundation Website at
DISCLAIMER: This trip is not a 5 star luxury
style trip. This is an Impact tour, "phalanthro-tourism" if you will, to the poorest
country in the World. You will be shocked that such
conditions exist just 2 hours from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Frank McKinney
and Doug Doebler have each made multiple visits to Haiti. Our
Hosts in Haiti are personally known by Frank and Doug. Our Hosts
have many years experience bringing small groups to Haiti to
participate and view the Aid work they do. We have put much effort
into the difficult logistics of a trip like this. You will need
to pack light and have a flexible attitude. Please visit the U.S. State Department website for travel warnings to Haiti. http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/tw/tw_5850.html You will need to sign a waiver and release should you decide to participate.