Michelle Meece, a Southern Indiana native, is a graduate of Kentucky Christian University. She holds degrees in Elementary Education and Bible. Michelle, a veteran Haitian missionary, has served in Haiti since the mid 1980’s. She is very passionate about caring for and educating the children of Haiti and has served as a full-time staff member since January, 2007. Many people consider Michelle the heart and soul of our organization. We treasure having someone with so much experience and a deep love for helping children in distress.

“I have always been passionate about helping and caring for children. I am so blessed that I have been called to the country of Haiti to live out God’s purpose for my life. I was raised in a loving, supportive family and I pray I can share that kind of love with these kids. I believe every child needs to know there is someone who loves them and that they matter. Our God is so great and I’m so thankful I get to serve these beautiful children.” - Michelle Meece

“When I think of Michelle, I see someone who demonstrates the “fruit of the spirit.” Her spirit is one of giving and sharing of her faith and herself to others. She is an asset to the Kingdom of God.” - James Petty, D. D. Minister

 

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Thank you for your partnership in ministry. As you pray and give, you are participating in the important work of caring for the vulnerable children of Haiti. You may give to the support of a missionary by:
  1. Donating online by clicking the "support" button above
  2. Calling Hands and Feet Project at 877.870.6175
  3. Sending a check to:
    Hands and Feet Project
    P.O. Box 682105
    Franklin, TN 37068
    (Make checks payable to Hands and Feet Project and write Michelle Meece on the memo line)
HAFP missionaries raise support through our Staff Support Fund out of which HAFP covers salary, housing, benefits, and staff-related ministry expenses. HAFP exercises discretion over the use of missionary support in the exercise of its mission and care of its staff.
For more information about the work of Hands and Feet Project visit https://handsandfeetproject.org/