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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Economic Development, Education, Primary & Elementary Schools

Mission: All the Children are Children''s mission is to empower the lives of families living on the Countryside of Haiti, thus reversing community, cultural, and economic deterioration. ATCAC seeks to educate, feed, clothe, and provide medical assistance to those in need, while developing working skills for young adults to become self-sufficient and contributive members of society.

Target demographics: Vulnerable children for a better future.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 350 orphaned and disadvataged illiterate children to gain the skills of reading and writting

Geographic areas served: Countryside areas in Haiti

Programs: All the Children Are Children seeks to empower Haitians with the tools and opportunities necessary to create healthier, safer, and more prosperous lives. It has the following are goals we would like to achieve in support of our mission: - Increase Education-provide literacy and academic education, work skills training, and health education. - Health Training-provide general health training and sexual health education services as a means of lowering the health risks of women and children. Subjects will include, but are not limited to: HIV/AIDS education and prevention, STD prevention, family planning, and self-defense training. - Women's Groups-implement weekly gatherings of the local women for support and empowerment. These groups will be lead by the local women and will assist in providing opportunities for females to be able to take leadership roles within their villages. These groups will provide leadership and small business enterprise training. - Haitian Families for Peace-a grassroots organization that will be led by Haitian women. This empowering organization will speak out against violence and spread the message that peace is vital to Haiti's future. In order to reach our ultimate goals we have set the following measurable objectives: - Increase the number of children attended school by 15 percent. - Increase the number of woman taking training courses by 10 percent. - Increase the attendance of community members at health training courses by 15 percent. - Begin a women's group with at least 25 local women participating in weekly meetings and activities. - Increase the membership in the Haitian Families for Peace by 20 percent.

Community Stories

6 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

All the Children are children is a perfectly extremely one of the best organization up there, their mission is extremely beneficiary the the Children in Haiti. The name saying it all!!!!

Good work, All the Children are Children!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

November 11, 2014

I'm encouraging any individual, organization to support this ministry.. All the Children are children is doing a remarkable work on the communities it served. Keek up the good work All the children are Children!!! www.atcac.net

Volunteer

Rating: 5

ATAC is definitely is of the most genuine and helpful organizations I've witnessed for myself. I've seen the many children this organization have helped in poor, dilapidated communities. I fully support this movement!

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

ATCAC is one of the best organization that provide free basic education, and work skills training to many Countryside children of Haiti. Its demanding services so grand every body are pretty much appreciated for what its has done.

Review from Guidestar

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Board Member

Rating: 5

BRINGING A SCHOOL TO LIFE IN HAITI...

All the Children Are Children (ATCAC) A certified 501(c)(3) Nonprofit public charity organization headquartered in Cape Coral, Florida since 2002. ATCAC has been serving Haiti for eight years. It has successfully implemented a pilot school including the provision of uniforms, teachers’ salaries, supplies, and health care assistance. It now plans to build on this success by providing a full-spectrum of services to Haiti poorest areas. ATCAC will be offering its educational, Vocational work skills training, health care, and socioeconomic programs to rural areas, such as Cap-Haitian, Limbe, Port Margot, Bayeux, Gonavies, CoCo Beach, and others. It is expecting to serve a minimum of 2,500 people, with an emphasis on services for women and Children.