Providing relief, hope, and dignity to the poor, elderly, and homeless people of Haiti



Have you ever seen real poverty? Are you ready to step outside your comfort zone and away from the distractions of life that separate you from your true purpose? Join us for a life changing experience on a short term mission trip. Your heart will never be the same.



Your donations will provide clean water, food, education and care to poor Haitians. We are committed to being a volunteer run organization, where nearly 100% of all donations go directly towards the needs of the poor. Donations are accepted through PayPal and GiveMN. GiveMN allows scheduled monthly donations.



If you would like to help Reiser Relief in any way, whether it’s with events, mission trips, or fund raising, feel free to contact us. We always appreciate the help and are thankful for your cooperation.

Give to the Max

Save the Date!

January 17, 2015

Our annual Keep the Wheel Turning Event will be on Tuesday, April 21, 2015.  More details to follow.  Mark you calendars!

Happy New Year!

January 4, 2015

Thank you, supporters, for a wonderful 2014.  We are welcoming the new year with a mission trip to Haiti January 5-12.  Please keep this team of 16 in your prayers on follow them on our blog as they strive to connect, learn, transform and respond to the needs God places in front of them.

Thank You 2014 GTMD Supporters!

November 29, 2014

Thank you for joining us in person, on-line and by mail for our 2014 Give to the Max day event.  The results were spectacular.  Your selfless donations of time, talent and treasure will provide clean water to thousands of families in Cite Soleil, Haiti.  You helped us raise over $52,000–enough to purchase a new water truck to sustain this ministry of compassion. What an incredible blessing.

Matthew 25:35 “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat.  I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink.”

How Great Thou Art!  Ala ou gran!

His work, Our Hands

November 21, 2014

Here’s a link to a wonderful article from the St. Croix Valley Peach about one of our short term missionaries in Haiti.  Page 1.  Page 2.