Upcoming Auction

Auction on May 24-25, 2024

Friday, May 24, 2024
Pulled Pork, Mississippi Catfish - 4:00 PM
Auction, Gospel Music Program - 5:30 PM

Saturday, May 25, 2024
Breakfast Buffet - 6:00 - 10:00 AM
Auction Starts in Barn - 8:00 AM
Auction Starts in Tool Tent - 9:00 AM
Auction Starts for Outside Items - 1:00 PM

Join Us In Shipshewana Indiana!

Enjoy the food and fellowship as well as all the items available on auction.


Our vision is to see Haitians use even limited resources in sustainable agriculture and other self-help programs; providing water wells and clinics


Our purpose is a cooperative effort of many churches and individuals to procure funds for qualifying missions - enabling them to share God’s love in Haiti.

Haiti Benefit Auction
of Indiana

Held in the Antique Auction Building

345 S Van Buren Street (SR 5)
Shipshewana, IN 46565

Free Parking. Food and snacks are available on location with all proceeds benefiting the mission.

Missions Supported in Haiti

  • International Faith Mission
  • Blue Ridge International for Christ
  • International Fellowship Haven
  • Mennonite Gospel Mission
  • Christian Witness Mission
  • Life Literature
  • Haiti Relief and Missions
  • Haiti Christian Union Mission
  • Palm Grove Mission
  • Open Hands (formerly
    Anabaptist Foundation)
  • SLM Ministries
  • Gospel to Haiti
  • Light on the Mountain
  • Share Haiti Mission
  • New Horizons Ministries
  • Redeemed Vocational School
  • Christian Aid Ministries

Facts & Info

  • About the size of Maryland State, approximately 6 million people live on this small island located 750 miles southeast of Florida.
  • Haiti has 7 doctors per 100,000 people, while the U.S. has 176 doctors per 100,000 people.
  • Approximately 11% of the babies die at birth. 40% die before the age of 2 years.
  • Average life-span is 53 years compared to the U.S. of 77.
  • The top 4% of Haitians have 66% of the wealth.
  • There are approximately 600 people per square mile, while the U.S. has 70 people per square mile.
  • One well with a hand pump often furnishes 500 people with water.
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