The Haitian Hustle is a local opportunity for you and your family to make a difference in the lives of students in Haiti.

"Currently, the majority of Haitians lack access to quality education; a prerequisite for sustained social and economic development. Despite improvements in enrollment and the commitment of the Haitian government to strengthening public education, challenges in funding, teacher training, and access remain widespread. These issues put a generation of Haitian youth at risk of lacking the knowledge and basic skills necessary to succeed in the labor force."—USAID, 2017

Education is not free, nor widely available in Haiti.

The Haitian Hustle began as a way to raise money to cover the educational costs of children living at the Lighthouse Children's Home, run by Jesus in Haiti Ministries.

Over the years as the Hustle has grown, God has used it to meet even more needs. This year's proceeds will also help cover:

–educational costs of young adults who have moved on from the Lighthouse but are still finishing high school or college.

–annual start-up costs at Grace Emmanuel School, which provides a virtually free education for 370 students coming from extreme poverty.

–scholarships for 4 students from Grace Emmanuel School to attend local university.

This year with your participation, the Haitian Hustle will impact the lives of nearly 400 students from kindergarten to university. Praise God!

For more information about Jesus in Haiti Ministries, visit the JiHM website.

Thank you for supporting these precious lives!

student from the Lighthouse

Peterson reading

student from the lighthouse