Did you know that you’re not the only international support EIM receives? A few weeks ago a team of international volunteers traveled to the school to support EIM’s Haitian teachers.
The volunteers help the advanced students perfect nuances like pronunciation and provide extra classes on topics students find difficult.
Most importantly of all – they expand the network of EIM supporters worldwide who make is possible for students like Osnard to find jobs.
While the volunteers who recently joined us overseas are important, they wouldn’t have anything to do if it wasn’t for your generosity. Today, Microsoft will be matching your gifts by 50% - and that makes today a great day to give!
Normally, you would have to give around $300 to fund a student’s education for a year. Today you can fund a year of school for a student like Osnard for just $200.
We hope you’ll give what you can today and spread the word about how far your donations will go today!
Thanks so much, and – as always – if you have any questions about how we’re using your donations please don’t hesitate to email Emma@IDVolunteers.org.
First and foremost – thanks so much to everyone who gave on GlobalGiving’s most recent matching day! Your gifts on February 12th went 30% further to change the lives of 150 students at EIM.
Your generosity is making so many success stories possible that we can barely keep up!
We recently heard from a student named Davidson. You funded Davidson’s education right here on GlobalGiving. In that project we described how Davidson’s education would help him find a job and support his family.
We’re delighted to report that, with your support, Davidson has done exactly that! He's now working at a local non-profit tutoring vulnerable young people in English.
Not only does Davidson’s job help him, but his work enriches the lives of teens who would otherwise lack the education they need to build a secure future.
Thanks so much for making Davidson’s success and the success of all of Davidson’s students possible!
If you ever have any questions about how we’re using your donation, please don’t hesitate to email me directly at Emma@IDVolunteers.org. I would be delighted to answer any questions you might have.
Thanks again, and we wish you all the best!
2014 at HTDC is off to a fantastic start. New teacher Alex is settling in with his new class and his students say he’s a fantastic intermediate teacher.
The New Year has also begun with new successes for EIM’s students. One story we particularly love is from a student named Eldie.
Last year, Eldie found work as a primary school teacher, but instead of leaving EIM, Eldie stayed on and continued to study hard. Recently, we learned that Elide’s hard work has resulted in her being given a promotion at work. Now, instead of just teaching a class, she’s been asked to take a role as the school’s head English teacher.
Not only does this help Eldie support her family, but it also means that the children in her school will learn English and be more able to find work in the future. Eldie’s fantastic success shows how teaching one person English can have positive effects much further down the line.
Eldie’s ability to support herself and her family while helping kids build a bright future wouldn’t have been possible without you – thanks so much!
We hope to help many more students follow in Eldie’s footsteps in 2014 but we can’t do it alone. We need donors like you to fund the school so that students like Eldie can keep learning.
This Valentines day, we’re hoping that you’ll show the school some love by giving on February 12th. Why February 12th and not 14th? Because on February 12th, GlobalGiving will match your donation by 30%!
That means that if you give just $10, GlobalGiving will add $3 to your gift, and we’ll have the funding we need to but books for a student. Please give what you can on February 12th.
Thanks so much for all you’ve given, and if you have any questions about our work please don’t hesitate to email Emma@IDVolunteers.org.
We’d like to extend a warm thank you for your generosity! Together, you’ve given a fantastic $1,080 this holiday season.
Your generosity will not only keep the school open and keep students like Bengie learning, it has also allowed us to hire a new teacher! Long-time student Alex now has a job teaching our intermediate class.
Alex has always dreamed of being a teacher. Thanks to you, that dream has come true. Alex’s job will not only help him escape poverty, but allow him to pass his knowledge on to others and help them follow in his footsteps.
We’ll post updates on the school’s growth and Alex’s brand new class right here on GlobalGiving – so keep checking back.
As always, if you ever have any questions about how we’re using your donation please don’t hesitate to email Emma@IDVolunteers.org. I would love to hear from you!
Thanks again, and very kind regards.
We hope you had a Merry Christmas and thanks so much to everyone who has set up recurring donations following our emails on the 20th!
Today, we’re looking back on 2013. It’s been a fantastic year, with students like Bengie, Alex, and Nocky finding work to support their families. That means that, thanks to you, their 2014 looks bright.
In 2014, we intend to keep supporting the students who are already attending EIM and admit as many more new students as we can. But we can’t do it without you.
We hope that you’ll resolve to make 2014 a year of giving by setting up a monthly donation. If you give $10 a month throughout 2014, you’ll fund six months of education for a student like Bengie.
Even better, when you set up your recurring donation before the ball drops and 2014 begins, GlobalGiving will match your gift.
Set up your monthly donation here
If you’re not ready to commit to a monthly donation, your one-off donation, whatever its size, will be gratefully received.
Thanks so much, and we wish you a very Happy New Year!
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