Country couple Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are talented, successful, rich and beloved by the country community and the fans. And if we're talking about Trisha only, we can use the term a "good cook," too. They seem to do and have it all. But the twosome never forgets the less fortunate, as they traveled to Haiti to aid Habitat for Humanity missions.

This is the second time the couple has traveled to the region to lend a helping hand and help rebuild.

The goal for the trip, according to Country Weekly, is to assist the effort to build more than 100 homes in Leogane, Haiti. The region was hit hard by the 2010 earthquake that shook the nation to its core. Over 100,000 homes were destroyed as a result of the natural disaster.

Garth and Trisha are in Leogane, working in concert with the 29th Annual Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project. Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife are on site, lending their time and support to the effort. They truly are salt of the earth people, who care about their fellow man.