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.

Your generous support makes HELP’s work possible.
Below are some examples of average costs per student for the 2017/2018:

Support  Opportunities
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
Scholarship  Opportunities
Partial Scholarship $625 monthly  – $7,500 yearly
Full Scholarship $834 monthly – $10,000 yearly
Named Scholarship $1,250 monthly – $15,000 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 have become much more conscious and concerned about social problems and inequities that Haitians face day-to-day. I’ve learned that I can accept any challenge and I can do great things if I put my mind to it.

— Anne-Martine Augustin, engineering, class of 2014

Michel-Ange Dagrain