Those best to change Haiti
will come from Haiti
INVESTING IN HAITI'S FUTURE.
We count every gift we receive as a blessing. As faithful stewards, we wisely allocate every generous financial contribution toward helping the children of Haiti excel academically while building their character.
Scroll below to learn how your donations are applied to our school's operating expenses.
StudentsDeveloping servant leaders in the classroom takes a daily commitment to creating an engaging and educational environment. To do this, we provide everything from transportation to uniforms and school supplies to free lunches and breakfasts; this costs nearly $200 per child each month. Part of every financial contribution we receive helps students attend The Joseph School.
- $38 Student sponsorship, which provides 2 meals per day and transportation for one student for one month
- $100 Two school uniforms and a pair of shoes for one student
- $50 School supplies for one student
Teacher SupportTeaching the future leaders of Haiti in their native language of Creole, our teachers use the best practices from both the U.S. and Haiti educational systems. Equipped with an exceptional curriculum, our teachers maintain their objective of seeing every student attend a university or advanced trade school. As we expand our school, your financial contributions will go toward our teachers' salaries of $300 per month and help us hire and retain enough teachers to eventually serve all grades K12, along with providing top curriculum for our teachers to use.
- $300 Teacher salary for one month
- $100 Curriculum for one month
- $25 Teaching supplies for one month
- $250 Professional Development
The Joseph School is laying a firm foundation of knowledge, leadership, service and faith with the children of Cabaret, Haiti. Now we are laying a firm foundation for the stones and mortar of the school itself.
The Joseph School started with a kindergarten class of 31 students and 5 teachers meeting in a large rental house in Cabaret, Haiti. We now have three grades and nearly 100 students, therefore (and thankfully) we have begun to build our new permanent school. Our goal is to have the permanent school ready for these students to move into by the Fall of 2017. Your financial contributions will fund the development of the new TJS campus. This includes building classrooms and playgrounds, a chapel, dining hall, library, and utilities for our students.
- $2500 Capital building fund
- $1000 Classroom and chapel equipment furnishings
- $500 Grounds and playground equipment
- $250 Solar power and water purification
- $100 Library and books