Haiti’s First Lady Martine Moise supports Education for Development initiative and collaborates with us in Back-To-School kick-off distribution for over 1,200 students in Delmas. Through a joint collaboration, SOW A SEED and Haiti’s First Lady, Martine Moïse, distributed school supply kits to more than 1,200 under-resourced students living around Delmas at the Municipal Office in Delmas 33 […]
Several local Haitian business owners partnered with us in this campaign. Some of our local allies include: Secom, Fatima Group, Truckmaxx, Bongu, Anka, Maison Henri Deschamps, Unitransfer, Lesly Center, Brasserie la Couronne, Caribbean Food Manufacturers, Minaya Spices, Abako store, Shakerz bar, Magdoos and Jojo’s restaurants to name a few. They were amongst the many contributors […]
Being a volunteer based organization, we love it when young students engage their schools and community to take action. Last month, Noor Reyes and Caro Monte, juniors at Westminster Christian School in Palmetto Bay, Florida, started a club in their school to make a difference for Haiti. They fundraised money through bake sales, karaokes, carwashes […]
Together with Somerset Academy in Davie, Florida, we’ve equipped several classrooms around Port-au-Prince with new furnitures. Ecole la Madelaine in Morne Cabrit, Ecole Jules Verne in Pernier, Ecole St Francois d’Assise in Christ Roi and Ecole Zoranje in Titanyin received a total of 165 school desks for this academic year. More than 2,050 students can […]
Through our partnership with longtime collaborator, Haiti Rising, we sponsor 30 children who today are well settled into the new school year and thriving. This program is designed to cover academic tuitions, uniforms, books and transportation costs for the entire school year.
#Back2School preparation is often a stress-inducing period for many low-income households across the country. According to a 2008 study by UNICEF, 60% of young Haitian students who goes to school will abandon before the sixth grade. In an effort to support families in-need and eliminate one of their financial burdens in sending their kids #Back2School […]