Children accepted into our education sponsorship program understand the benefits that an education can provide but, due to the tough economic circumstances in Haiti, are unable to afford the minimum costs of tuition and fees required to attend public school. After submitting an application, they are evaluated by one of our in-country coordinators and must be approved by a member of the Haitian Roots Board of Directors before they are accepted to our program. For $300/year (or $25/month) you help a child attend school -- an opportunity taken for granted by most of us. To the children (and their families) in our sponsorship program, receiving an education means hope for the future and an opportunity to break the cycle of poverty. You can change the life of one of these precious children by becoming a sponsor today!
If you give a man a fish he is hungry again in an hour. If you teach him to catch a fish you do him a good turn.
Anne Isabella Thackeray Ritchie
Hancyto Fils Leandre
Hi. I'm Hancyto. My date of birth is 9 October 2002. This is my first year at HRA. I love languages. My favorite subjects are English, French, and Spanish. I hope to go to law school and become an attorney some day. I think that would be very interesting. I like to study. I also like to play soccer and volleyball.
Lovensky Jean Louis
Hi. I'm Lovensky. I'm in 7th grade at HRA (2016-17 school year). My birthday is 13 March 1999. I'm working hard to catch up to grade level.
Nelda was born 11 Jan 2005. She just began Haitian Roots Academy. One of Haitian Roots coordinators brought her to the school with her father and sisters just after her mother died. The coordinator said that her father desperately needs help to try to raise them. We're grateful they came to Haitian Roots Academy! But they need sponsors to be able to continue. Thank you.
Isberlanta was born 7 Nov 2009. She just began Haitian Roots Academy. One of Haitian Roots coordinators brought her to the school with her father and sisters just after her mother died. The coordinator said that her father desperately needs help to try to raise them. We're grateful they came to Haitian Roots Academy! But they need sponsors to be able to continue. Thank you.
Hi. I'm Carla. I was born 9 June 1999. Even though I am 17 and only in 8th grade, I know that getting an education is my best chance to have a good life. In school I especially enjoy learning Spanish and French. I love to dance. My favorite sport is gymnastics.
Bonjou! My name is Franckenson Francois. I just started school at the Haitian Roots Academy. My birthday is 8 Feb 1998 and I am only in the 5th grade (2016-17 school year). I am very grateful for the opportunity that I have to go to school, even if I am older than most of my peers. I am working hard at school and am grateful and eager to learn.
Hello! I'm Moise. My birthday is 7 Mar 2001. I'm in the 8th grade at HRA (for 2016-17 school year) and am grateful for the chance to go to school and get an education.
Bonjou. My name is Richelene and I was born on 17 Dec 1997. I am grateful to be able to go to the Haitian Roots Academy because even though I'm older and only in 8th grade, I know that education can give me a chance in life. I would like to be able to continue in school to become a doctor. My biggest asset is my pride and strength.
Jean Freud Strofivekly Drouillard
Bonjou! I'm Jean Freud. I am in 5th grade at HRA (2016-17 school year). My birthday is 26 May 2006.