We are a small Christian group of servants who love Jesus with all our heart, souls, and minds. Who recognize that we owe everything to Jesus, who recognize we want to spread the truths of Jesus Christ, as it is found in the bible.
P.O. Box 94
Traverse City, MI 49685
Keep Haitian families together through education and service while empowering individuals the opportunity and skills to rise above current poverty levels.
To spread hope in underprivileged provinces in Haiti and the state by positively impacting the lives of children. our mission is to put a smile on the faces of children in need.
We serve NY and its surroundings as well as the provinces in Haiti such as Aux Cayes, Torbeck and Port Salut
P.O. BOX 260097
ECLAT Haiti Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the focus to bring advancement and positivity to Haiti. We are a group of young professionals who came together with the aim of empowering Haitians in Haiti to become self-sufficient through training and skills development.
ECLAT is working towards bringing awareness to the needs of those in Haiti, be it in the development of the country or highlighting the products that could help cultivate the population. From planting trees to reignite cultivation for farmers or tapping into wells to provide fresh water for the populace, ECLAT is working to instill a sense of hope in the future all while empowering Haiti and its people.
MIAMI, FL 33162
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.
In the immediate aftermath of the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti in January 12, 2010, designers Dayanne Danier and Jenny Batista joined hands to help the children of Haiti through the arts. The two traveled to Haiti and designed an after school program that taught 125 children of the MEVA school arts and craft, English, Spanish vocabulary. One year later, Danier returned to work with the organization Haiti Outreach Ministry and its vocational sewing instructors in Cite Soleil for a two week seminar designed to teach pattern drafting and construction. In 2012, Dayanne Danier and Jenny Batista teamed up again by forming the organization Fleur De Vie to continue supporting community outreach in areas that need it the most.
Haiti Baradères Recovery Inc. (HABDER) is a not for profit organization established in New York. On July 26, 1998, a small group of Baraderes natives came together to address the needs and well being of their hometown. It is from this meeting HABDER was born. In June 2002 HABDER was registered as a 501 (c) (3). It is the connection between HABDER’s members and the region of Baradères that allow this organization to envision and realize their mission for the people and Baraderes as a whole.
BROOKLYN, NY 11210
Isemonde Joseph grew up in Haiti’s notorious Cité Soleil slum and was the top girl in her high school class. In 1997, shortly after she graduated, she asked her former teacher, Conor Bohan, for $30 to register for secretarial school. Conor encouraged Isemonde to pursue her dream of studying medicine and paid for her first year’s tuition and books. Realizing that many high school graduates never reached their potential due to extreme poverty, Conor began matching other deserving students with sponsors and HELP was born.
From 1998 to 2004, HELP operated without salaried employees or a fixed address. We moved into our first Student Center in 2004 with 40 students. By 2010 that number had risen to 110 before the January 12th earthquake seriously injured 40% of our staff and destroyed the Center, forcing us to move into a new building in July 2010.
At first, HELP scholarships covered only tuition and books. Over the years we expanded our support to assist students from outside the capital who need housing, students who were not able to get enough to eat at home, or who could not afford the $1 daily bus fare. We now recruit nationwide and provide students with a complete range of services including stipends, housing, academic counseling, language classes and a leadership curriculum, computer training, library access, internships, and career services.
Dr. Isemonde received her MD degree in 2005 and immediately found work as a staff physician at the renowned Gheskio Center in Port-au-Prince. Her starting annual salary was $14,500.
HELP has graduated more than 110 students to date, more than 95% of whom are either employed or pursuing graduate studies.
64 Fulton Street, Suite 1102
New York, NY 10038
HELP Student Center
#4, Rue 5, Pacot
Port-au-Prince, Haiti 6113