Konbit education timoun kiskeya

Timoun Kiskeya is an educational program created in 2013 to help Haitian children and youth find a chance to go to school and get a good education to help them prepare the future and become something in their lives.
Timoun kiskeya was created with the support of Haiti Communitere  a community center based in Port-au- Prince, Amanda Zunner Keating, Deseme willio and its partners such as the Tertulien Foundation,Detigrenn bon pou change Haiti.

Timoun kiskeya create social events with different children and adolescents in different neighborhoods to learn stories, art and language learning, conflict and environmental activities.

Timoun kiskeya with friendship support in 2015 were collected on indiegogo over $ 7,000 to pay a home for 57 children at the Frem orphanage in clercine 8 tabarre Port-au-Prince.

In 2016, Timoun kiskeya is working now in the most vulnerable place in the country which is cite soleil a slum of Haiti with more than 34 children by supporting with financial resources to help them in their schools tuitions and their parents. We do activities such as art, history field visited and design with 3D and give them a hot meal to go home.

For 2018 Timoun kiskeya with support of friends will will $3500 to help those children and their families and support two youngs from the cite solely to pay for their universities. Each participation is count to help them succeed in this hard live that they are living.
Education is the only gift we can leave for them. But many hands make lite the world. Every time you make a donation is a child, a young that you are saved it is Haiti you make better.
So please donate and share to help us support us save a kids and save Haiti and make it better . Thank you 

  • Gregory Thackston 
    • $25 
    • 24 mos
  • Olivia Turi  
    • $50 
    • 36 mos
  • jason lewer 
    • $167 
    • 37 mos
  • Marija Minic 
    • $100 
    • 37 mos
  • David Skeist 
    • $400 
    • 37 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Deseme Willio 
Washington D.C., DC
Clarens Nicolas