Kids Connection Haiti Inc
Rating: 5 stars 14 14 reviews
1376 East Capitol St Ne Washington DC 20003 USA
Providing financial support for education and micro business training to young adults in haiti
Education: financial support for secondary education (high school) for 10 students in haiti, financial support for 8 university students in haiti, financial support for 5 trade school students in haiti, including financial support for all school related expenses (transportation, books, uniforms, exams, tuition) as well as emergency housing (rent) for 6 students. Financial support for micro business training for 20 aspiring entrepreneurs in haiti.
Filter Reviews by Role
Promote This Nonprofit
Reviews for Kids Connection Haiti Inc
2 people found this review helpful
I have been working as a Youth Development consultant for an NGO in Haiti for the last two and a half years and met with Astrid Fitzgerald on many occasions.
Her Kids Connection Haiti Program works with and for many young adults that I know.
KCH makes the difference in their lives !
Astrid has lived in Haiti for many years and knows what these young adults are going through, what their needs are and what difficulties they have to overcome. She knows the troubles of the country.
With a simple, very effective philosophy she built a small but slowly growing organization were each one who gets help, gets a better change in live !
Astrid's heart is in Haiti. She is not only passionate about her work but she also has clear goals and knows how she wants to get there. KCH financial donations all benefits the young adults education or microcredit for business.
But equally important is the emotional support these young adults get through regular meetings, workshops and seminars.
KCH to me stands for; a small initiative can makes a big difference !
Joanne Schipper (Youth Development consultant)
How does this organization compare with others in the same sector?
How much of an impact do you think this organization has?
Will you recommend this organization to others?
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?