SPONSOR A STUDENT

Give The Gift Of A Future

HaitiChildren operates a tuition-free K-6 school on the grounds of the HaitiChildren Village in Williamson called the Learning Academy. 29 of our own children who were abandoned by their parents attend the school along with 146 students from the surrounding villages. Some of these children walk 1.5 hours each way to attend school. The school is a safe environment that provides an exceptional education, a free hot lunch, health care and fresh, free, clean drinking water for their families.

Please help these students attend school by sponsoring one or more students. For $30 per month, you can provide one year’s worth of education for each student you sponsor. Once you sponsor a student you will receive his/her photo and their story. You will also receive a letter from your student(s) in December of each year for an update on their educational and personal progress.

If you are interested in hosting a student sponsorship event for the Learning Academy, please contact our office on 970 925 6520.

Please meet some of our students and please help them lift themselves up through an excellent education:

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Thompson Andy – 2nd grade

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Date of Birth: 

March 6, 2007 

Number of siblings: 

I have 82 brothers and 35 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I am an orphan; I live in an orphanage center with my brothers and sisters and my adoptive parents at Mercy and Sharing 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are employees of the orphanage hired by my darling adoptive mother Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

My housework at the orphanage is washing dishes 

Personal Q&A 

If you could fly like an airplane, where would you fly to? 

I would travel with my foster siblings. 

What are you most thankful for? 

I am grateful to be welcomed into this center, the best thing that has happened to me is to have a big family that cares about me 

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Cardichon Rood-Jerry – 2nd Grade

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Date of Birth: 

January 23, 2015 

Number of siblings: 

I have 84 brothers and 35 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I live with my brothers and sisters from the orphanage and my foster moms 

Are their parents employed and where? 

The people who take care of me at the orphanage are people hired by our dear mother, Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

At the orphanage, I help my brothers and sisters to wash 

Personal Q&A 

If you opened a store, what would you sell? 

If I opened a store, I would sell electronics 

What is your favorite thing to do? 

Geometry is my favorite activity 

Who is your favorite person? 

My mom Susie Krabacher is my favorite for her work in this community, she saved my life 

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Jean Baptiste Rodney – 4th Grade

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Date of Birth: 

February 12, 2012 

Number of siblings: 

I have 82 brothers and 35 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I am an orphan; I live in an orphanage center with my siblings and adoptive parents at Mercy and Sharing 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are employees of the orphanage hired by my darling real adoptive mom Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

In the orphanage, I draw water for the moms for the laundry 

Personal Q&A 

What is your favorite subject in school? 

Geography 

What is one talent that you are proud of? 

Proud to have found a family. 

What nice things have your friends done for you? 

My friends encourage me to work more 

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Joseph Pierre Jackson – 4th Grade

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Date of Birth: 

May 25, 2010 

Number of siblings: 

I have 82 brothers and 35 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I am an orphan; I live in an orphanage center with my brothers and sisters and my adoptive parents at Mercy and Sharing 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are employees of the orphanage hired by my darling real adoptive mom Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

I like helping moms with the dishes and ironing too 

Personal Q&A 

What is your favorite subject in school? 

Experimental sciences 

What is one talent that you are proud of? 

I am proud to be adopted by mom Susie Krabacher 

What nice things have your friends done for you? 

My friends helped me to work in subjects I don’t understand 

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Jean Gilbert Ismael – 4th Grade

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Date of Birth: 

July 19, 2011 

Number of siblings: 

I have 82 brothers and 35 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I am an orphan; I live in an orphanage center with my siblings and adoptive parents at Mercy and Sharing 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are orphanage employees hired by my darling real adoptive mother Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

In the orphanage, I help my brothers to draw water for the laundry 

Personal Q&A 

What is something you are good at? 

I am good at math 

What do you want to be when you grow up? 

When I grow up, I’ll be an engineer 

What is your favorite subject in school? 

French communication 

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Pierre Christho – 6th Grade

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Date of Birth: 

August 3, 2006 

Number of siblings: 

I have 82 brothers and 35 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I am an orphan; I live in an orphanage center with my brothers and sisters and my adoptive parents at Mercy and Sharing 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are employees of the orphanage hired by my darling real adoptive mom Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

My housework at the orphanage is cleaning 

Personal Q&A 

What is your favorite subject in school? 

Creole 

What is one talent that you are proud of? 

To be welcomed in this orphanage in order to get out with a profession that even my real mother would not give any importance to, thank you Ms. Susie 

What nice things have your friends done for you? 

My friends encourage me to work more 

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Angel Dimaria – 3rd Grade

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Date of Birth: 

September 22, 2011 

Number of siblings: 

I have 83 brothers and 35 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I live with my brothers and sisters from the orphanage 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are employees of the orphanage 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

At home, I help the moms make beds 

Personal Q&A 

What’s a memory that makes you happy? 

Christmas party on campus always makes me happy 

If you wrote a book, what would it be about? 

If I wrote a book, I would talk about my beautiful mother Susie Krabacher who supports me and who wants to make me a perfect man 

What do you like daydreaming about? 

I dream of visiting the world 

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Marcelin Zachary – 3rd grade

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Date of Birth: 

March 23, 2010 

Number of siblings: 

I have 84 brothers and 35 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I live with my orphaned brothers and sisters 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are campus employees 

What are the child’s duties at home? At 

home, I do the cleaning with my foster brothers 

Personal Q&A 

If you could have any superpower, what would it be? 

If I could have a superpower, I would heal the sick like Jesus did 

Do you want to be famous? 

I want to be a great doctor 

How do you show people you care? 

I show people I care about by taking my studies seriously 

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Rousier Reginald – 3rd Grade

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Date of Birth: 

January 14, 2011 

Number of siblings: 

I have 84 brothers and 35 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I live with my adoptive mothers as well as my adoptive siblings 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are employees of the mission paid by my darling adoptive mother Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

At the orphanage, I help my adoptive mother to make the beds 

Personal Q&A 

If you could have any superpower, what would it be? 

If I could have a superpower, I would change the lives of my brothers who are orphans and who don’t have a place to rest 

Do you want to be famous? 

I want to be an architect 

How do you show people you care 

I show people that I care by studying my lessons 

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Sebastien Steeve Raphael – 3rd Grade

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Date of Birth: 

November 25, 2010 

Number of siblings: 

I have 84 brothers and 35 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I live with my adoptive mothers and my adoptive brothers and sisters 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are employees of the mission paid by my darling adoptive mother Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

At the orphanage, I help my adoptive mother to fold clean clothes 

Personal Q&A 

What’s a memory that makes you happy? 

Family life with my adoptive siblings 

If you wrote a book, what would it be about? 

If I wrote a book, I would talk about the kindness of each of my foster brothers 

What do you like daydreaming about? 

I dream of being a great writer 

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Bernard Juvens – 3rd Grade

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Date of Birth: 

May 12, 2010 

Number of siblings: 

I have two brothers and three sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I live with my parents 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My parents work in Saint-Marc 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

At home, I help my sisters with the laundry 

Personal Q&A 

If you could have any superpower, what would it be? 

I would change the way I live 

Do you want to be famous? 

Yes, I want to be famous through my projects 

How do you show people you care? 

By studying my lessons and playing by the rules of the game 

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Sidney Francel – 6th Grade

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Date of Birth: 

September 6, 2008 

Number of siblings: 

I have 82 brothers and 35 sisters. 

Who does the child live with? 

I am an orphan; I live in an orphanage center with my brothers and sisters and my adoptive parents at Mercy and Sharing 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are employees of the orphanage hired by my darling real adoptive mom Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

My housework at the orphanage is cleaning 

Personal Q&A 

If you could fly like an airplane, where would you fly to 

I would visit the United States 

What are you most thankful for? 

I am grateful to my beautiful foster mom who takes care of me like her own son 

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Bargin Ingrid – 5th Grade

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Date of Birth: 

February 28, 2008 

Number of siblings: 

I have 83 brothers and 34 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I am an orphan; I live in an orphanage center with my brothers and sisters and my adoptive parents at Mercy and Sharing 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are employees of the orphanage hired by our darling mom Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

My homework, I help my adoptive parents with housework, I like to do the dishes. 

Personal Q&A 

If you could rid the world of one thing, what would it be? 

If I could rid the world of one thing, it would be hunger 

If you were the president for a day, what’s the first thing would you do? 

If I were president for one day, I would try to feed all my people so vulnerable and so poor 

What is your favorite thing to learn about? 

I want to be a businesswoman, an entrepreneur in order to create jobs to reduce the unemployment rate in my country 

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Pierre Cathrina – 5th Grade

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Date of Birth: 

April 13, 2011 

Number of siblings: 

I have 83 brothers and 34 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I am an orphan; I live in an orphanage center with my brothers and sisters and my adoptive parents at Mercy and Sharing 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are employees of the orphanage hired by our darling mom Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

My homework, I help my parents with housework such as sweeping, washing dishes 

Personal Q&A 

What is something you are good at? 

I’m good at dancing 

What do you want to be when you grow up? 

When I grow up, I want to be a big celebrity, a star 

What is your favorite subject in school? 

At school, my favorite subject is French communication 

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Jacques Geralson – 5th Grade

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Date of Birth: 

August 10, 2008 

Number of siblings: 

I have 82 brothers and 35 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I am an orphan; I live in an orphanage center with my brothers and sisters and my adoptive parents at Mercy and Sharing 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are employees of the orphanage hired by my darling real adoptive mom Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

I like helping moms with laundry and ironing too 

Personal Q&A 

What is something you are good at? 

I am good at math 

What do you want to be when you grow up? 

When I grow up, I would like to be an administrator so that mom SUSIE is very proud of me 

What is your favorite subject in school? 

My favorite subject in school is math 

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Jean Jacques Jeff – 5th Grade

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Date of Birth: 

April 9, 2009 

Number of siblings: 

I have 82 brothers and 35 sisters 

Who does the child live with? 

I am an orphan; I live in an orphanage center with my brothers and sisters and my adoptive parents at Mercy and Sharing 

Are their parents employed and where? 

My adoptive parents are employees of the orphanage hired by my darling real adoptive mom Susie Krabacher 

What are the child’s duties at home? 

My housework at the orphanage is sweeping 

Personal Q&A 

If you could fly like an airplane, where would you fly to? 

If I could travel, I would visit the United States and Canada 

What are you most thankful for? 

I am very grateful because my mom Susie gave me the love of a real mother 

What is the best thing that ever happened to you? 

The best thing that has happened to me in this life is the fact that I have found a family that takes care of me like a prince by commemorating my birthday, by giving me gifts 

Haiti in Numbers

50% of Haitians never go to school. Only 2% complete secondary education.
2.2% of the population is infected with HIV/AIDS (the highest prevalence outside of Africa)
50% of children under the age of 5 are malnourished
Only 46% of Haitians have access to clean drinking water
10% of the child population dies before age 4
The unemployment rate is estimated at 70%
Only 2% of Haiti's arable land is not deforested
7% of Haitian children work in domestic services

Why We Do What We Do

Community Center - Haiti Children NonProfit Organization
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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.

We must thank all our supporters for what we have accomplished so far. Thank you – we would not be where we are without your support

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