Thank you in advance for taking the time to visit our GO FUND ME page. We welcome you to visit our website and see all the great things we are doing and have done in the past for this beautiful little school in Petit-Goave, Haiti. For anyone not familiar with the school, The Child Jesus School at the Servants of Mary Center in Petit-Goave is an elementary and middle school for poor and needy children. These children would never be able to attend school or receive an education, mainly because their parents or relatives are not able to pay the monthly fees required by the majority of schools in Petit-Goâve.
Recently, we concluded the construction of another building to accommodate the increase in number of students and addition of grade levels that was required by the National Education System in Haiti. The new building occupies the Junior High classes: Grades 6-9. The original building occupies the Elementary classes: Grades 1-5.
Due to the increase in students and additional teachers, our monthly expenses have increased and it is becoming a challenge to keep up with the expenses. The funds raised through this campaign will help with those expenses. It costs $3500 monthly to cover the salaries for the faculty & staff, utilities, daily morning snack, and a hearty meal for students. In addition, we need funds to purchase equipment for the new classrooms, improve the electrical wiring in the elementary school as well as replace the deteriorated concrete floors with tile floors.
All donations received are employed exclusively for the needs of Child Jesus School, its students, teachers and staff. You can support this great cause by making a donation or sharing this GO FUND ME link with family and friends.
For more information on the school please visit the website at childjesusschool.com. Check out all the great things that have been accomplished with the help of donors and volunteers! Together we can bring change!
“Let us touch the dying, the poor, the lonely and the unwanted according to the graces we have received and let us not be ashamed or slow to do the humble work.” – Mother Teresa