Ways to Give

  • By check: Download HELP’s printable Donation Form and fax or mail to:
    Haitian Education & Leadership Program
    64 Fulton Street, Suite 1102, New York, NY 10038
    Fax: (212) 321-1492
  • By credit card: Visit HELP’s secure online donation page
  • Stock donations: Please call (646) 485-8667 for information on making a gift of stock

Matching Gifts

Does your company provide matching gifts? Please check with your HR or Community Affairs office for more information.

In Honor or Memory Gifts

Consider making a gift in memory of a loved one, like a favorite professor, mentor, or family member. You can also honor a special person for their birthday, graduation, wedding, communion, birth, or other special occasion. Visit HELP’s secure online donation page.


If you choose to remember HELP in your estate plans, a charitable bequest ensures that your generosity will live on through generations of bright Haitian students.

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School Supplies $10 monthly – $120 yearly
Career Services $25 monthly – $300 yearly
Advising Services $50 monthly – $750 yearly
Room & Board $100 monthly – $1,200 yearly
Tuition, Room & Board $417 monthly – $5,000 yearly
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Partial Scholarship $625 monthly  – $7,500 yearly
Full Scholarship $834 monthly – $10,000 yearly
Named Scholarship $1,000 monthly – $12,000 yearly

Students receive: Scholarship at an internationally accredited university in Haiti, textbooks, supplies, dorm housing, living stipend, academic advising,
HELP’s 4-year English program, 2-year IT program, 4-year Leadership & Citizenship program, career services and internships.

For information on student sponsorship,
please contact HELP directly at 646-485-8667 or info@uhelp.net.

We are grateful for gifts in any amount
and the descriptions above are examples of the costs of specific services.

Daphnee Charles and Goretti Poulard in a HELP leadership class.

I’ve learned that, in any situation, you can be a leader and that you can make positive change wherever you are.

— Eddynio Estime, pharmacy, class of 2016

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