We are The Mission Haiti, a non-profit scholarship program opening the door of education for children in Haiti.
Since 2010, our sponsors
have provided 4,457
scholarships to children
without access to education.
There are more than 400,000 children in Haiti who have never attended school.
Of those children who do attend school, more than 60% will be forced to drop out by 6th grade. The cost of consistent education is simply far more than most families can bear.
What we do
We are a 501c3
providing over 1,000 students
in Haiti with the chance to
start school and stay in school
A once a year, $175 scholarship will provide a student in Haiti with everything they need to be successful during the school year. This includes tuition at the school of their choice, school shoes, uniforms, and other school fees. We are a one to one program, which means that you are specifically connected to your student.
What can your
Our commitment: to keep the scholarship program a 100% program. This means that every penny of every scholarship goes directly to work in Haiti - no cuts for overhead, administration, or fundraising.
Give a new scholarship
We currently have a list of more than 250 waiting students. Students on our waiting list are prioritized in order of need. Some have been forced out of school due to poverty or the death of a parent. Others have never attended school at all. Still others have just a few years left until graduation and are praying for a chance to beat the odds. If you provide a new scholarship, we will send you a picture and information on your student after they are all set up for the school year!
"My scholarship changed my life.
My parents always wanted me to go to school, but it was so expensive! Many years I started school, but I would always have to quit because they couldn't afford the payments. Then when I was 12, someone gave me a scholarship. I never missed school after that! Today I am a graduate and am working toward accomplishing my goals and helping my family."
- Gabriel, age 23
"I can read!
No one in my family has ever gone to school before. I didn't start kindergarten until I was 15. I used to watch other kids go to school and imagine what it would be like to be them. My sponsor made my dream come true! Now I can read. I am the first person in my family to read. My mom is so happy and so am I."
- Cherline, age 17
The following organizations provided tremendous help to children and families during 2019. We appreciate you!