We train and equip impoverished people to earn a living and improve their communities. Gainful employment means families are restored, communities are preserved, and lives are changed!
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ABOUT BEYOND RELIEF
Founded in 2010, we are a 100% volunteer run, registered 501(c)3 non-profit. Get to know us a bit and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!
HistoryAfter traveling to Haiti on several mission trips, David and Rita Kuntz saw many organizations providing various forms of relief to meet the desperate needs in Haiti. God put it on their hearts that there is a need to train Haitians with the skills necessary to provide for themselves.
Founded in 2010
In December 2010 they founded Beyond Relief International Ministries to establish a trade school in St. Louis du Nord in the Northwest region of Haiti. Their desire is to provide training in many skills that will equip and prepare Haitians to earn a living.
Meet the BoardDid you know that 100% of our staff in the U.S. are volunteers? One of the keys to a successful organization is the passion with which people are involved.>>Read More
Board of Directors
David Kuntz – President
Rita Kuntz – Executive Director
Sheryl Lee – Treasurer
Brent Pirolli – Member
Christy Bucher – Member
Deb Neidhard – Member
Fleumingue Jean-Mary – Member
Joshua Kuntz – Member
Our FoundersActively involved and heavily invested, David and Rita started Beyond Relief with a God given passion to help others help themselves.>>Read More
Meet David and Rita
David “retired” from a long career with Procter and Gamble to offer his time and energy giving back to others.
Rita served as the head of outreach at a church for many years where Haiti was their focus.
>> Read their story