Help a Haitian Mother Support her Family!

$300 $0
Raised Remaining
Thanks so much!
Thanks so much!

We can’t believe that you’ve paid for Bengie’s education for a year! Thanks to you, Bengie will be able to learn the skills she needs to find dignified, living wage employment and provide for her family. There are so many ways that you could have spent your hard earned money, but you chose to support Bengie. Thanks so much!

To let you know how your donation is changing lives, we’ll send you regular updates through this project’s parent project “Change Lives with English Education”.

We’d also love to provide you with extra updates outside the site. We never share your details, and you’ll only get one update every six weeks or so. To opt in to these extra updates, just email

Thanks again for supporting Bengie, and we wish you all the best!

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Change Lives with English Education
The English in Mind (EIM) Institute is a non-profit, Haitian led English school in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The school teaches English as a vocational skill to help students find the long-term employment they need to build a secure future. The school has around 200 students and also boasts a teacher training programme and networking facility to help students find work and develop essential job skills. project reportread updates from the field

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Job Skills for Denis


Project Leader

Emma Taylor

Enderby, Licester United Kingdom

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