Sully Dimanche was a pioneer who spent his life preaching the Gospel ridding on the back of a donkey through hard to reach and impoverished areas of South Haiti. He built churches along his way and saw up close the plight of the poor. He was moved by the great need of his fellow Haitians and sought to bring medical aid and assistance along with spiritual support.
In an effort to continue his legacy, the Dimanche family has donated a large tract of land in Gommiers where a health clinic, a guest house, and a chapel will be built.
Gummies is located in the westernmost tip of the Island of Haiti, in an impoverished and much-neglected region called Grand'Anse. The nearest town is Jeremie, which is two hours away on foot and where the closest hospital is found. This facility, however, is ill-equipped to deal with most medical emergencies.
The Sully Dimanche Foundation, Inc. is hoping to bring basic healthcare, vision, dental, and surgical services, along with spiritual nurturing. The Sully Dimanche Foundation, Inc. is establishing a community health clinic and a chapel in Gommiers, Haiti.
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