Become a Thrive Monthly Donor

Join a community of monthly donors who are dedicated to empowering young people in Haiti to build a thriving future.

Together, we can empower young people in Haiti to THRIVE.

The journey out of poverty is a process that requires commitment and determination, but with help it is possible. When you become a Thrive monthly donor, you join a community of people committed to making a long term impact in the lives of young people. Your support provides education, mentoring, and resources on an ongoing basis. This is a holistic approach that truly positions young people to thrive as students, leaders, and human beings.



Education is an essential step toward overcoming the cycle of poverty. Our students receive assistance with tuition, books, food, and transportation, so they are equipped to succeed.



The support of a caring mentor can make all the difference. Our mentors truly care about the students, and they provide much-needed guidance and support.


Resources are the tools that are needed to succeed. At our resource center, students can study, connect with their mentors, and access computers and internet.

Meet the Students


Dorval lives in a small house with his mother who is a teacher, but she doesn't make enough money to support his studies. An active young man, he invests much of his free time in photography and video pursuits, volunteering his skills to various local organizations. Through his photography, he found himself taking photos of many houses in the community that were in very poor condition, and this is what sparked his interest in civil engineering. He is committed to pursuing a good career in his...

Marie Ween Flore

Marie Ween Flore is a happy, fun-loving child who lives with her mother and sister, and her favorite pastime is to dress and play with her dolls. Since her mother and father are unemployed, they could not afford to send her to school, so her family is very grateful that she was accepted into the program. Though she is young, she already has already decided that she would like to be a Spanish teacher and translator when she grows up. She is not yet fluent, but she loves the language, and she...


Sterline lives in Jeremie with her parents and 4 younger siblings. Having graduated from high school last year, she is determined to get her college degree, so she can one day become a teacher, but her family can't afford it. Inflation is very severe in Haiti and wages are low, so her father's income as a small farmer is barely enough to pay rent and keep food on the table. If there is anything left over, it goes to put her younger siblings through school. However, Sterline is an especially...


Patrick hasn't been able to find steady work, and his father is also unemployed. His mother is a street vendor, but her income is very small. Given this situation, he could never afford college on his own, but with your support, he will be able to continue his studies at University of the Renaissance of Haiti in Jérémie. He hopes to major in psychology because he sees this as a way he can build a career and be of service to others. He explains that because of the difficult situation in Haiti...


Jameson has not led an easy life. His mother died during his birth, and he now lives with his godparents in a small two-room house in Jérémie. In spite of the many obstacles he has faced, he remains positive, and he is actively pursuing his goals. He is most interested in focusing on the construction aspect of civil engineering because he has observed that many houses and buildings in Haiti are not well-built, so he sees the need for good engineers. After graduating, he would like to...

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