Student Sponsorship

Why become a sponsor?

Your gift of $45 each month to Grace Emmanuel School makes it possible for a student to receive a Christian education from a devoted and caring staff and hope for a future free from poverty. Your sacrifice lifts the burden of unaffordable tuition off your student’s family as they fight to provide for his/her other needs, and accomplishes so much more.

As a sponsor, you have the opportunity to build a meaningful, godparent-type relationship with your student through letters and prayers and even visits to Haiti.

For more information about the student sponsorship program, see frequently asked questions & read about the impacts of sponsorship.If you have additional questions, JiHM staff will be happy to talk to you. Contact Kristi at or 260-302-JIHM.

Begin your sponsorship

Sign up Online: Note the name of the student you would like to sponsor, and then click the button to begin.  After we hear from you, we will mail you a photo of your student and a template to write your first letter. Thank you!

Prefer to give by mail? Print the sponsorship sheet for your student by clicking their name below, and then mail with your check. Please contact us to let us know the name of the student you will be sponsoring, so we can immediately take him/her off the website.

Currently Unsponsored Students (2020-2021 School Year)

Kindergarten Students (K1–K3)

Students in Haiti begin school in first kindergarten, usually around the age of 3. There are three years of kindergarten. When they pass third kindergarten (K3), they graduate into primary school.

Anne, 1st kindergarten

Bill Esther, 1st kindergarten

Chilensca, 1st kindergarten

Djoudnaëlle, 1st kindergarten

Ketchina, 1st kindergarten

Lesma-Carlie, 1st kindergarten

Luguens, 1st kindergarten

Manora, 1st kindergarten

Mansley, 1st kindergarten

Marguivens, 1st kindergarten

Modeline, 1st kindergarten

Woodmar, 1st kindergarten

Wilens, 1st kindergarten

Wildensky, 1st kindergarten

Shillesky, 1st kindergarten

Jamesly, 1st kindergarten

Zacharie, 1st kindergarten

Marlene, 2nd kindergarten

Prince, 2nd kindergarten

Regina, 2nd kindergarten

Jean Mitchaïna, 3rd kindergarten

Woll Dave, 3rd kindergarten

Primary Students (Grades 1–9)

Called the “fundamental” years in Haiti, primary school consists of 1st through 9th grades. After 9th grade, students take a government exam to advance to secondary school.

Obed, 1st grade

Lauwenza, 1st grade

Maykerry, 1st grade

Theveno, 1st grade

Varlenst, 3rd grade

Christie, 3rd grade

Yscado, 6th grade

Jamesky, 8th grade

Marijo, 9th grade

Rodney, 9th grade

Secondary Students (Grades 10–13)

When students pass the 9th grade government exam, they begin four years of secondary school: 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th grades, referred to as Secondary I, II, III and IV in Haiti. The sponsorship program ends after 13th grade.

Naïka, 10th grade

James, 10th grade

Woodmaer, 10th grade

Chilove, 10th grade