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When you donate to our organization, your money is directly going towards helping the Haitian people. We have many costs that need to be covered for each sector of our mission. For our education programs, we provide costs for teacher and staff salaries, building maintenance, most books and materials, a hot lunch each day, scholarships and more. Funds for our health clinic go towards dental staff salaries, supplies and equipment and dental services provided. We also provide funds for various basic community needs in difficult times for members throughout the St. Jean Baptiste parish, this could be providing food or paying for medical needs. The needs of our community look different in each season, but 100% of money donated goes straight to the Haitian community we are serving. You can specifically choose which sector of our organization you would like your donation to go towards below or you can select "greatest need" and we will use the money for what our current need is. 

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Creating students that are highly intelligent, computer literate, fluent in English and leaders in their community.

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Investing in local economic development and helping young professionals obtain the tools to grow prosperous businesses. 


Providing health resources to young people, in order to create healthier families for generations to come.

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 Helping our community with any crises they may encounter - from natural disasters to food insecurity. 

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Assisting the priests of St. Jean Baptiste in serving its parishioners by promoting community development. 

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Serving our community looks different in each season, these funds cover unexpected costs or needs we may encounter.


*Please note that all donations are processed through our affiliation with The Cathedral of the Incarnation in Nashville, TN. Our organization is a division of their 501(c)3 non-profit parish twinning program. All donations are tax deductible and you will receive a tax letter to submit to the IRS.

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