Norfolk, VA 23513
1Hope4Haiti is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the education of the of Haiti by connecting benevolence sponsors to Haiti underprivileged children.
4HNYC Inc. is a non-profit organization compassionately dedicated to improving the lives of poor children throughout Haiti and supporting their academic success. Established in New York City in 2012, a group of concerned young professionals in the tri-state area believed through educating the Haitian youth, influential results can be made to develop the country economically.
4HNYC hosts an annual happy hour on Haitian Flag Day, geared to raising funds to supply book bags with school supplies for students.
In furtherance of these charitable and educational purposes, the Corporation shall:
(a) identify primary and secondary schools in need throughout Haiti and deliver school supplies to them;
(b) raise money to help subsidize students’ tuition for primary and secondary schools in Haiti; and
(c) help develop after-school programs for children and teenagers in Haiti.
56-58 rue des Morillons 75015 Paris
La Chaîne de l’Espoir is a French non-profit working with disadvantaged children. Since 1994, we have worked around the world to provide access to healthcare and education. Our organisation was founded by Professor Alain Deloche and is currently chaired by Dr Eric Cheysson.
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32216
We are a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that has been serving the same communities in Haiti for nearly twenty years. Originally known simply as the Cabaret Baptist Children’s Home, we began as a ministry of the Jacksonville Baptist Association in 1998.
Through locally-led programs and strategic partnerships with other organizations, we are able to provide health care, education for children and adults, employment, orphan care, and share the hope of a life in Christ.
Suwanee, GA 30024 USA
The mission of Haiti Child Sponsorship is to provide a quality education, basic health care, and one hot meal per day to the students of The Good Shepherd School / Ecole Baptiste Bon Berger in Pele, Haiti bringing dignity, hope and a future to the community.
Colorado Springs, CO 80997
Compassion International is a child-advocacy ministry that pairs compassionate people with those who are suffering from poverty. The ministry releases children from spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty. The goal is for each child to become a responsible and fulfilled adult.
Compassion’s work has grown from modest beginnings in South Korea in 1952 when American evangelist Rev. Everett Swanson felt compelled to help 35 children orphaned by the Korean conflict. Today it is a worldwide ministry where millions of children are now reaping the benefits of one man’s clear, God-given vision.
13420 Eastpoint Centre Drive
Louisville, KY 40223
Baptist Haiti Mission of Canada
P.O. Box 11
602 Wellington Street
Wallaceburg, ON N8A 4L5
The legacy of Baptist Haiti Mission stretches as far back as 1946 when John Turnbull and his son Wallace arrived in the small mountain community of Fermathe. Our founders, Wallace and Eleanor Turnbull, dedicated their lives to cultivating change in the Haitian people through the transformative power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
In the last 70 years we have witnessed small groups of converts blossom into growing churches. We have seen children learn to read and write in grade school and then those same kids progressing into high school and on to university and who are now able to attend the Masters program at BHM. We have seen basic first aid efforts burst into clinic development and the establishment of a hospital that is now serving over 10,000 people a year. We have seen primitive trades mature into professional work projects and a Christ centered vocational program that helps church members find employment. We have literally seen tens of thousands of people commit to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ through His movements within these ministries.
Disciples’ Village is a non-profit organization striving to change the life of those living in Haitian third world villages. We believe in long term, comprehensive village advancement with the Gospel at the heart of everything we do. Through village leadership, education, job opportunities, water filtration, medical help, discipleship, sanitation, and safe housing, we help break the cycle of darkness and poverty that pervades Haiti.
We believe in investing heavily in the villages of Haiti; giving long-term direction, support and training.
Our main campus in Kaliko operates as a central hub. From it, we partner with villages all over Haiti to support pastors, offer free education to children, and improve living conditions. Through these means, we strive toward the goal of making disciples of Jesus Christ.
Education for Haiti
11124 NE Halsey St. PMB 416
Portland Oregon 97220
We see in the media many examples of the immense problems facing Haiti. One of the problems is access to education. Only 50% of the children go past sixth grade. Education for Haiti (E.F.H.) is addressing this need by working with families in the town of Aquin to provide tuition through high school and beyond.
This is a program which has been operating since 2001, when Richard Ireland returned from the Peace Corps. Over that time he and a handful of friends have donated money to six families to assist their children’s access to school. These families represent thirty-three children. In November of 2012 we discovered that the investment has had wonderful success. Five have graduated from high school and three of those are pursuing professions in Nursing, Law and Engineering. The other two would like to start nursing school. Seventeen are still attending school. Most of them want to go into a profession. There are two others who have established viable businesses.
E.F.H. a 501 3c non profit is working to continue the legacy of this work by providing support for those in school and those who wish to continue. Using this model we plan to expand this to other families. Once we commit to a family or child, our commitment is to stay with that support until they have finished their education.
To put this in perspective: Less than 50% of children in Haiti graduate from the 6th grade. Less than 20% go to high school and only about 9% graduate from high school.
Economic development is essential for Haiti to address its needs. Teaching is one profession where educated Haitians can find work. Through supporting students we not only support their potential, but in a very real way contribute to the economy of Aquin.
his is a leadership program where the core system will be culturally reinforced by the Haitian community. We are offering support to the leaders of the community, partnering with them, NOT imparting our traditions and ways. It is based on love by one more fruitful village listening, sharing and loving another, with an ocean in between. All financial information will be available to the sponsor quarterly. All services on the US side are donated with no overhead. All business trips to Haiti are personally paid, not out of sponsorship money. Every penny goes to purchase rice and beans, the gasoline getting it to the village (by motorcycle), cooking utensils needed (opening cans of fish is NOT easy with a knife and stick…trust me), child’s school tuition, uniforms (required in schools), and paper/book supplies.