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HELP‘s mission is to build, through merit- and needs-based university scholarships, a community of young professionals and leaders who contribute to a more just society in Haiti.

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Elice’s testimony at 2015 Jazz Concert

October 3, 2015

Elice at Jazz CoNew York, October 2nd, 2015

Ladies and Gentlemen all around the room, I cannot find the words to describe how amazed and blessed I feel to be here, sharing with you, my story with HELP. So I thank Conor Bohan, Garry Delice and all you HELP supporters for giving me this golden opportunity.

An Evening of Jazz for HELP – NYC 8/02/2015

August 27, 2015

An Evening of Jazz
Friday, October 2nd, 2015

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First KOREM Payment

July 10, 2015

HELP held our Annual Reception in Haiti on June 22nd, welcoming friends old and new for a historic event, the first contribution for the KOREM program from Ginel Dorleon.
KOREM payment Since the 2010 incoming HELP students participate in the KOREM program, pledging to contribute 15% of their income for the first nine years of their careers after graduation.

Rainn Wilson & Holiday Reinhorn Visit HELP

April 14, 2015

Rainn Wilson and Holiday Reinhorn meeting with the Student Ambassadors

On March 31, we welcomed artists and philanthropists Rainn Wilson and Holiday Reinhorn to the HELP Center. They have been in working in Haiti for several years through the Mona Foundation and its LIDE project where Jenny-Flore Charles (Education ’17), and Ginel Dorleon (Computer Science ‘14) have interned. Shortly after the visit, Wilson tweeted his 4 million followers, calling HELP “The future of Haiti!” You can help HELP catch up to Rainn by following his advice below.

Rainn Twitter

In remembrance

January 13, 2015


On January 12th 2010, HELP lost Evenson Jean and Marc-Erline Dezulma, two promising students whose lives ended, as Marc-Erline’s family put it, “before their proper conclusion.” Many HELP staff and students also lost family and friends on that day. As we mark the fifth anniversary of our losses, the thoughts and prayers of the HELP community are with all of those affected by the tragic effects of the earthquake. As Roodly Joseph (HELP class of 2000) said, “We have to come up strong. Nou pa ka lage (We can’t give up).”