The Joseph School
How can I help?
There are so many ways you can help. You can donate to our school in Cabaret, Haiti, spread the word to your networks by sharing our social media profiles, become a Joseph School fundraiser, or send up a prayer for our students and teachers.
How many students attend TJS?
We currently have 61 students attending TJS. This Fall, we will welcome our next incoming class of 30+ kindergartens. Going forward, we will continue to add a class every year for ten years, taking our students through high school. If it’s the Lord’s will, we hope to have nearly 400 students attending TJS.
Are you religiously affiliated?
TJS is based on the teachings and love of Jesus, but is not affiliated with any religious institution.
Where do you work?
The school, itself, is located in Cabaret, Haiti. Our nonprofit organization is located in Nashville, Tennessee.
What’s a Vision Trip?
A few times a year groups of people interested in The Joseph School travel to Haiti to witness the amazing difference TJS is making in person. These trips allow people like you to understand Haiti and the complete vision. To find out when our next trip is or more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is TJS a 501(c)(3)?
Yes, we have our 501(c)(3) status. Any donation you make to The Joseph School is tax deductible.
How can I donate?
You can make an online donation HERE. You can also mail a check to The Joseph School, 161 Rosa L. Parks Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37203.
When I donate, where does my money go?
Donations fund the students’ education. There are many expenses, such as student uniforms, classroom supplies and furnishings, transportation to class, two meals every day, teacher salaries, curriculum and books, power and water, and building maintenance among other things.
Can I choose what my donation goes toward?
Yes. Click HERE to donate and you can choose to designate where you would like to your gift to help. Choose from options like sponsoring a child or teacher to our general fund for school needs, or our capital fund which goes directly to laying the foundation for our new school building.
How do I sponsor a child?
We’re so glad you asked. Click HERE to sponsor a child. Part of every donation we receive (if not designated) helps students attend TJS. When you sponsor a child, you will be providing daily transportation, free breakfast and lunches to uniforms and school supplies. You will also receive a picture of your sponsored child and an update three times a year.
How do I give monthly?
It is very easy to set up recurring gifts HERE or give us a call at 615-724-6073 and we’ll get help you get set up.
How do I update my monthly giving?
We’re so thankful for your continued support. Log into your giving account HERE or give us a call at 615-724-6073. We would love to get that updated for you.
Is my donation tax deductible?
Yes. For online giving, you’ll get a receipt automatically emailed to you, as well as a letter in the mail. For offline giving, we’ll do the same. If at any time, you would like a tax summary of your donations, email our Development Coordinator at email@example.com.
How can I go to Haiti and visit the TJS?
We travel to Haiti multiple times year. Sometimes we go for Vision Trips, other times we take large groups for Mission Trips. If you’re a leadership fund donor and are interested in our next Vision Trip or if your church would like to go on a Mission Trip to Haiti, please email our Development Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What’s Haiti’s quality of education?
Nearly 50% of children in Haiti do not attend school. Add the fact that 90% of Haitian primary schools require payment of tuition, books and uniforms and it’s not difficult to understand why 80% of Haitian children do not graduate 6th grade.
What language is spoken in Haiti?
The most spoken language among Haitians is Creole. The other language spoken is French. However, not all Haitians can speak French. According to statistics, only 1 in 10 Haitians can speak French.
Do the students speak English at TJS?
TJS uses the Creole language in the classroom. Around the third grade, our students begin learning French and in the 6th grade, they will begin to learn English.
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