OUR SPONSORED STUDENTS SAY THANK YOU
The Gift Of A Future
It is with great pleasure that we introduce the students currently attending the Learning Academy at HaitiChildren Village. This was made possible by our generous donors!
Thank you for helping them achieve their dreams.
For $30 per month, you can provide one year’s worth of education for each student you sponsor.
If you are interested in hosting a student sponsorship event for the Learning Academy, please contact our office at 970 925 6520.
Frantzia is 4 years old. She is in her first-year of preschool. She has three brothers and two sisters. She lives with her mother and siblings in Williamson community. Her mother started a small business in the market that can’t respond to all needs of the family. Her father died when Frantzia was 1 year old; however, her mother works to make sure she can provide at least something little for Frantzia and her siblings. Frantzia is a little tease, but very much loves her friends and teachers. She always wants to dance for the class. At home, her mother says that Frantzia wants to help do everything. She helps her mother do things like getting water from the well of the Williamson campus. Frantzia needs help to stay in school in order to help her family and her community when she grows up. Your compassion towards her will not be in vain, thank you for thinking of her.
Jeanne Rachelle is 12 years old. She lives in Williamson campus with her very large family. She is an orphan because her parents abandoned her when she was a baby girl. Since she was two years old she was raised in the orphanage, and therefore she knows nothing about her biological parents. On the other hand, she found wonderful parents at the orphanage. They take care of her just as her biological parents would have done. Jeanne is very happy to have had the life and opportunity she has had. She works well at school and loves spiritual activities. Jeanne wants to become a Doctor when she grows up. Thank you for sponsoring her to stay in school.
Nasheca is a shy and sweet little girl. She is in her 1st year preschool at Learning Academy. She lives in Chinchiron, her parents can’t read nor write. Attending school is a great opportunity for her. When Nasheca’s parents found out Learning Academy takes in children for a free scholarship, they hurried to enroll her in the school. In Chinchiron there is no standard school to educate children in the community. At Learning Academy, Nasheca has adapted quickly and participates in all learning activities. She is so happy and thrives. She loves coming to school and loves telling her parents what she has learned. Little Nasheca’s parents are gardeners and work in this field to survive hunger. Helping Nasheca is bringing hope to the whole family who is struggling to live.
This is Stanley Joseph. He is 14 years old, and he is an orphan because his biological parents abandoned him when he was a baby. However, he has a very large family of brothers and sisters. He currently is living in Williamson Campus, and is very happy because he said it’s the best place in the world. He now receives shelter, food, a free education, and is surrounded by caring people. He loves to have fun in his everyday life.
He plans to work hard in school, and become an educated man when he grows up. Please sponsor to give him the opportunity to stay in school. Find a special place in your heart for him.
This is Valencia Borgella, she is 12 years old. Valencia lives with her parents and has a sister and 5 brothers.
Her mom is a shopkeeper and is also a very brave woman. Valencia’s father travels a lot for his job and her mother is left alone to provide for her kids. Valencia devotes herself and her time to school because she says going to school can help her become a better person. She works hard to achieve her dream of becoming a Lawyer. She wants to return to her parents what they have given to her. She is happy and really loves her school. Valencia is a great student and is very thankful for her teachers who have given her the great opportunity of a free education. She also appreciates the hot meal given to her every day at Learning Academy. So, please help her stay in school and sponsor her. Thank you for finding her special.
Wadley Simeon is 13 years old. He is in 4th grade at Learning Academy. He lives with his parents and his 5 brothers and sisters in Williamson.
Life isn’t easy for their family. Every day his parents do their best to raise him and his siblings and struggle with the economic crisis. He realizes that attending school is a privilege, and he is so happy and grateful for the opportunity. He is focused on working hard to make his parents proud. He is thankful for a free education and a hot plate of food every day. He is very happy. However, he needs a sponsor to stay at school. Please help him, because he has a dream of becoming a doctor so he can take care of people in return. Thank you.
Wendy Elismé is 13 years old. He has four brothers and two sisters. He does not live with his parents, but he does live with his aunt. With the economic situation, his parents cannot take care of him.
His aunt Carmene does not really have a good life either, but she has a big heart. His aunt always tries to bring daily bread to the house. His aunt often tells him that his parents trusted her to take care of him since he was three years old. His aunt has raised Wendy and loves him as his own son. He loves his aunt and participates in all chores in the house like helping her get water in Williamson campus.
He prays to God that he will continue to become more intelligent in school. Wendy realizes how lucky he is to receive the opportunity of a free education with all his friends. He said that the best time at school is when he gets to eat a hot meal with all of his friends.
Wonderky Dorvin is 10 years old. He is in 4th grade at Learning Academy. He has 1 brother and a sister. His dad lives in Port-au-Prince and he lives with his mother and siblings in Williamson.
At home, they don’t live as they would like. Wonderky’s father is in Port-au-Prince because of his work, but he does not really have a stable and profitable job. Her mother is a merchant and with her profits, she always tries to make sure that we are happy. At school, he works very hard and really enjoys being there. He loves his teachers and the director. He would really like to become a teacher, but he needs a sponsor to stay in school. Thank you for finding him special.
Haiti in Numbers
Why We Do What We Do
aitiChildren is involved in humanitarian and outreach projects for the poorest of the poor. HaitiChildren’s projects are all located in Haiti, home to more than 11 million people with 80% of the population living in poverty and 54% living in abject poverty.
Our relief and development programs are funded completely by foundations/trusts, individuals, churches and small businesses.
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