WELCOME TO THE HELP HEAL HUMANITY FAMILY
Thank you! Your gift has created a rippled effect that will impact generations to come. We are grateful.
All around the world, there are children who are at risk and vulnerable due to many reasons. The 2010 Earthquake in Haiti killed 230,000 people with over one million being displaced and forced to recreate a new life. In many areas like Canaan, where Help Heal Humanity is located, the community is without access to sufficient water, electricity, food and resources. We believe, no child should be without access to education and through your generous gift; together we will be educating those most in need.
Thanks to your sponsorship, children who had no opportunity for education now belong to a community along other students where they have the ability to thrive together. By educating just one child, you are giving this child a gift to advance themselves in the future where they have the chance to become better citizens and positively impact others as you yourself have done.
Your sponsorship is bringing hope to a child to believe in humanity and to know that someone on the other side of the world is thinking about them and caring about their future. We thank you for making this decision to do something that will transform the life of a child for generations to come.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A SPONSOR?
Through your annual sponsorship contribution, money is earmarked to support a child for one school year, to build a relationship with your child and follow their progress. We encourage you to develop a meaningful relationship with your sponsored child. Each one of these children are truly special in their own way and you will be given the great gift of watching them as they develop skills, identify their own gifts and talents and learn how they too can be a contribution to the world.
KEEPING IN TOUCH WITH YOUR CHILD
As a child sponsor, you will receive 2-3 letters a year, that will include an update on how your sponsored child is doing and possibly a small token, such as a picture or drawing from your child and or an updated photo of the child. While it is not mandatory that written letters are expected to the child’s sponsor, we highly encourage them to connect and share with their sponsor. Any type of written communication will likely be written in Creole as this is the official language in Haiti however if you wish to write to your child, you may write in English and we will do our best to translate through our cultural liaison.